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5 Practical Measures to Turn Around Our Declining Environment

By Sam Harrell | April 22, 2019

We need to be seriously concerned about our earth and the life systems that comprise it. These 5 practical measures offer a path of hope and will give us plenty to do.

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An online discussion about barriers to church engagement on creation care. Features Brian Kaylor, associate director of Churchnet, and Helle Liht, assistant general secretary of the European Baptist Federation.

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4 Ways Your Church Can Stand Against White Nationalism

By Wissam al-Saliby | April 17, 2019
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White nationalism is a growing global phenomenon. In some countries, evangelicals have been accused of complicity. Here are 4 ways your church can take a stand against the rise of white nationalism.

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Half of Children Aged 3-6 Not in Pre-Primary Education Programs

By EthicsDaily.com Staff | April 17, 2019
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Half of the world’s children – 175 million – between 3 and 6 years old are not enrolled in pre-primary education programs, UNICEF said, putting them at a disadvantage that will follow many of them throughout their lives.

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When Christians Put Party Politics Ahead of Their Faith

By Caroline Smith | April 16, 2019
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Many Christians allow the U.S. political system and their choice of news media to determine their response to current issues. However, Christians should have a higher calling and greater responsibility than partisan politics.

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‘Paradoxology: Why Christianity Was Never Meant to Be Simple’

By Jon Kuhrt | April 16, 2019
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“Paradoxology: Why Christianity Was Never Meant to Be Simple,” a book by Krish Kandiah first published in 2014, does not shy away from some of the most difficult questions about the Bible. It’s a great gift to the church.

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How Long You Live Depends on Your Nation’s Wealth

By EthicsDaily.com Staff | April 16, 2019
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Nearly 20 years. That’s the difference in life expectancy between richer and poorer economies, a World Health Organization report found. And in low-income economies, one out of every 41 women dies from maternal causes.

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