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3 Ways to Engage Bivocational Pastors, Churches | Dennis Bickers, Bivocational Ministry, Denominations
3 Ways to Engage Bivocational Pastors, Churches
By: Dennis Bickers
Many bivocational pastors feel neglected by their denominations, even though these churches are an ever-growing part of every denomination. Here are three ways to better engage bivocational churches. Read More ...
Dennis Bickers

Goodwill Profiles Reveal Little-Known Musical Talents | EthicsDaily Staff, Profiles in Goodwill
Goodwill Profiles Reveal Little-Known Musical Talents
By: EthicsDaily Staff
Ninety-seven "Profiles in Goodwill" have appeared on EthicsDaily.com since September 2014. Musical talent and interest was the most common theme among the little-known facts. Read More ...
EthicsDaily Staff

Baptists Expand Their Mission Work in Netherlands | Eron Henry, Baptist World Alliance, Baptists, Netherlands
Baptists Expand Their Mission Work in Netherlands
By: Eron Henry
About 80 churches with some 11,000 members make up the Union of Baptist Churches in the Netherlands. As Baptists migrate throughout the nation, church leaders seek to expand their missional focus. Read More ...
Eron Henry

Guatemalan Ministry Brings Life and Hope: Part 2 | Brian Kaylor, Guatemala, Baptists
Guatemalan Ministry Brings Life and Hope: Part 2
By: Brian Kaylor
Standing in the city cemetery in Guatemala City, a contradictory mix of life and death covers the landscape. A nearby ministry started by a Guatemala Baptist leader seeks to tip the balance toward life. Read More ...
Brian Kaylor

Profiles in Goodwill: Mark Tidsworth | Mark Tidsworth, EthicsDaily Staff, Profiles in Goodwill
Profiles in Goodwill: Mark Tidsworth
By: EthicsDaily Staff
Mark Tidsworth, president of Pinnacle Leadership Associates, is a featured columnist on EthicsDaily.com. He called his favorite Scripture passage, the Sermon on the Mount, the best hope for humanity's future. Read More ...
EthicsDaily Staff

What Early Christian Said About Our Conscience | Rod Benson, Conscience, Ethics
What Early Christian Said About Our Conscience
By: Rod Benson
The notion of the conscience didn't figure prominently in the ethical teaching of New Testament writers, but later Christian thinkers developed the biblical concept in fruitful ways. Read More ...
Rod Benson

Guatemalan Baptists Train for Transforming Ministry | Brian Kaylor, Guatemala, Baptists
Guatemalan Baptists Train for Transforming Ministry
By: Brian Kaylor
Protestants have grown in recent decades in the Central American nation of Guatemala, but one Baptist leader there sees the need for training to better prepare its leaders. Read More ...
Brian Kaylor

Profiles in Goodwill: Fayiah Tamba | Fayiah Tamba, EthicsDaily Staff, Profiles in Goodwill
Profiles in Goodwill: Fayiah Tamba
By: EthicsDaily Staff
Fayiah S. Tamba, a senior student at Liberia Baptist Theological Seminary in Paynesville City in Monrovia, is a featured columnist on EthicsDaily.com. Read More ...
EthicsDaily Staff

8 Lessons Learned as EthicsDaily.com's Managing Editor | Zach Dawes, Leadership
8 Lessons Learned as EthicsDaily.com's Managing Editor
By: Zach Dawes
After serving two years as EthicsDaily.com's managing editor, Zach Dawes shares eight leadership lessons he's learned. Some may apply to your area of service.
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Zach Dawes

8 Ways to Support Causes When Your Time's Limited | Sarah Fegredo, Engagement, Social justice
8 Ways to Support Causes When Your Time's Limited
By: Sarah Fegredo
You're bombarded by calls to engage in justice issues, but you have limited money, energy and time. How do you choose? Here are eight steps to get involved in causes that stir your passions. Read More ...
Sarah Fegredo

Profiles in Goodwill: Jim Hill | Jim Hill, EthicsDaily Staff, Profiles in Goodwill
Profiles in Goodwill: Jim Hill
By: EthicsDaily Staff
Jim Hill, executive director of Churchnet, a ministry of the Baptist General Convention of Missouri, and president of the North American Baptist Fellowship, is a featured columnist on EthicsDaily.com. Read More ...
EthicsDaily Staff

Nigerian Baptist: World Ignores Terrorist Massacres Here | Paul Hobson, Baptists, Nigeria, Religious Persecution, Boko Haram, Nigerian Baptist Convention
Nigerian Baptist: World Ignores Terrorist Massacres Here
By: Paul Hobson
Boko Haram, a jihadist group seeking to establish Sharia law in Nigeria, carried out a massacre in the west African nation's northeastern region. And a Baptist leader there says the world merely watches.  Read More ...
Paul Hobson

Profiles in Goodwill: Thomas Kidd | Thomas Kidd, Profiles in Goodwill, EthicsDaily Staff
Profiles in Goodwill: Thomas Kidd
By: EthicsDaily Staff
Thomas Kidd, professor of history at Baylor University and associate director of Baylor's Institute for Studies of Religion, is a featured columnist on EthicsDaily.com.  Read More ...
EthicsDaily Staff

Where Will Your Church Be When 2030 Arrives? | Jerrod Hugenot, Church Trends, Social Media, Giving
Where Will Your Church Be When 2030 Arrives?
By: Jerrod Hugenot
How has your church changed during the last 15 years, and where will your church be 15 years from now in 2030? That 15-year span may seem like an eternity, but churches must look forward and prepare to adapt.  Read More ...
Jerrod Hugenot