By: EthicsDaily Staff Many missionaries and their agencies fall into the trap of paternalism, creating a sense of dependency in the people of less-developed regions. Here are six ways to avoid this pitfall.
By: James Gordon When students leave universities buried in debt, they have little time to think about changing society. Education has been reduced to a commodity, and students must focus on paying off long-term debt.
By: Mark Tidsworth Introducing threat and fear into a community generates immediate attention. With preachers and politicians leveraging the emotional power of fear, is it any wonder church members are catching this fear, too?
By: EthicsDaily Staff Human trafficking is a $150 billion industry, even though progress has been made to address it the last 15 years, the U.N. says. And many consumers may be unaware they contribute to the problem.
Edward Dima, president of the Baptist Convention of South Sudan, shares the story of Baptists in Sudan with Robert Parham, executive editor of EthicsDaily.com. Both are in Durban, South Africa, for the 2015 Baptist World Congress. See more about the Congress at BWA 2015 and learn more about EthicsDaily.com's coverage of the gathering here.