By: Steve McMullin Many domestic violence victims suffer in silence, afraid to let anyone know what is happening in their homes. Many attend churches but are afraid to ask for help. Here is how your church can help them.
By: Chuck Summers We sin against creation on a regular basis. We wipe out animals from their habitats, cut down acres of huge majestic trees and kill fish with poisoned waters. Is it time to ask for forgiveness from God's creation?
By: Julie Ball Many churches are planning how to observe Mother's Day on Sunday. Not all mothers need to stand up and be recognized in church. Instead, here are 7 things your church can do every day for moms.
By: Christina Embree Social media is too often used as an avenue to shame, dishonor and ridicule people - even by Christians. Our kids deserve better examples from us. Let's model humility and grace on social media.
By: EthicsDaily Staff While U.S. church plants, particularly in urban areas, have increased significantly in the last 20 years, nearly a third (32 percent) of church planters report financial challenges, a Barna study says.
By: Jerrod Hugenot While some Baptists claim that women should not be in church leadership, especially pastoral ministry, the truth is that without their leadership and commitment, churches would not have much left.
By: Martin Marty (The Martin Marty Center: Sightings) Even as media outlets scale back their coverage of religion news, we need astute professionals who can provide fresh appraisal of religious topics in a conscientious and informed manner.
By: Ashley al-Saliby Western fears about Islam and Muslims are surging again. Will we stand up to the media's negative perceptions of the Islamic faith? Or succumb to the hatred and fear from which God's mercy saved us?
By: Douglas Smith Christian volunteers I met while in prison helped me see that I am not defined by the worst thing I ever did, and to find forgiveness and hope. Will other prisoners find such help from the church?
By: Glen Marshall Evangelism often happens best when it happens obliquely. If evangelism is always the primary motivator for everything we are, do and say, we will end up making our evangelism inauthentic.
By: Bader Mansour As a gentile who lived and worked among Jews for many years, many people were a light along my way. You can choose to be a blessing, lighting the path of others, or you can be a curse.
By: Dennis Bickers Most churches have no idea what their financial future looks like. Those who do pretend it won't happen to them. Here are five steps your church should take now to secure its future finances.
By: Paul Beasley-Murray The reading of the Scriptures had been downgraded in our churches and our homes. Our congregations are becoming increasingly biblically illiterate. Therefore, we need to bring back the Bible to church.