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EthicsDaily.com garners timely and effective articles on wide-ranging issues, and the videos draw their constituents into a larger engagement with critical ethical challenges. That’s why I support EthicsDaily.com. […] Read More

While many Christians have a heart for the poor and are happy to give money to projects or to volunteer, not many are prepared to live among them. Here are 2 reasons why it’s imperative. […] Read More

People who attack or create discord are in every church. Some might call them bullies. While their words may sting, here’s how you can talk to someone who creates conflict. […] Read More

EthicsDaily.com gathers a community who make a difference, unafraid to address timely issues that churches would rather not discuss. That’s why I support EthicsDaily.com […] Read More

The more we cooperate with others, the more we are likely to help. That’s the finding of a recent working paper. While not a study of religious faith, expanding our circle of concern sounds very Christian. […] Read More

EthicsDaily.com’s staff and writers confront tough and sensitive issues head on with integrity and fairness, including multiple perspectives and voices. That’s why I support EthicsDaily.com. […] Read More

My support for EthicsDaily.com / Baptist Center for Ethics means more than providing resources for an institution. It’s a way of strengthening a community of fellow travelers. […] Read More

Every adult knows the value of neighbors. Good ones make life better. Jesus has a different view of a good neighbor. It’s anyone who helps someone in need, who shows mercy. Like Larry. […] Read More

There’s not enough time, not enough money, not enough margin. We can’t give more to help those in need; what if we don’t have enough for ourselves? It’s not about abundance or scarcity; it’s about sufficiency. […] Read More

I joined a group from our church recently to walk through the streets of Lexington, Kentucky. This was for the Lexington Mural Challenge Scavenger Hunt in which participants had to find specific murals out of the hundreds painted on the sides of buildings, in alleys, up and down streets, throughout the city. Each mural has […] Read More