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How Your Church Will Benefit from Networking | Ircel Harrison, Leadership, Networking
How Your Church Will Benefit from Networking
By: Ircel Harrison
Networking – sharing information with others – is essential for leaders of 21st century organizations. Churches will reap the benefits if they find ways to institutionalize networking in their congregations. Read More ...
Ircel Harrison

Profiles in Goodwill: Kevin Hagan | Kevin Hagan, Profiles in Goodwill, EthicsDaily Staff
Profiles in Goodwill: Kevin Hagan
By: EthicsDaily Staff
Kevin Hagan, president and CEO of Feed the Children, writes columns featured on EthicsDaily.com. Two verses from Isaiah 43 sum up his theology about life: God is always up to something new. Read More ...
EthicsDaily Staff

5 Positive Steps during Liberia's Ebola Crisis | Fayiah Tamba, Liberia, Ebola
5 Positive Steps during Liberia's Ebola Crisis
By: Fayiah S. Tamba
Although the Ebola crisis has taken a heavy toll on Liberia's citizens, some positive issues have occurred because of the health threat. Here are five of them. Read More ...
Fayiah S. Tamba

Skype Interview: Grace Ji-Sun Kim on Climate Change and Human Rights | EthicsDaily Staff, Skype, Grace Ji Sun Kim, Climate Change, Environment, Creation, Human Rights
Skype Interview: Grace Ji-Sun Kim on Climate Change and Human Rights
By: EthicsDaily Staff
Those who suffer most from climate change are the vulnerable, the poor and poorer nations, says Grace Ji-Sun Kim in a new EthicsDaily.com Skype interview. Read More ...
EthicsDaily Staff

Profiles in Goodwill: Rob Hewell | Rob Hewell, Profiles in Goodwill, EthicsDaily Staff
Profiles in Goodwill: Rob Hewell
By: EthicsDaily Staff
Rob Hewell, a professor at Ouachita Baptist University, writes columns featured on EthicsDaily.com. He is also a resident fellow and professor of worship at B.H. Carroll Theological Institute. Read More ...
EthicsDaily Staff

Advent: Perfect Time for Churches to Pursue Vision | Bill Wilson, Advent, Vision, Leadership
Advent: Perfect Time for Churches to Pursue Vision
By: Bill Wilson
Healthy churches start with a powerful, shared vision that captures God's dream for them and then work tirelessly to embrace it across every aspect of congregational life. Read More ...
Bill Wilson

The Common Good: Allowing All to Flourish and Be Fulfilled | Rod Benson, Common Good, Social Justice, Righteousness
The Common Good: Allowing All to Flourish and Be Fulfilled
By: Rod Benson
The principle of the common good is prominent in Catholic social teaching but not often articulated in Baptist ethical thought and praxis. It seeks to protect a community against the excesses of despotism and individualism. Read More ...
Rod Benson

How British Government Betrayed Hong Kong Protesters | Vinoth Ramachandra, Hong Kong, Democracy, China
How British Government Betrayed Hong Kong Protesters
By: Vinoth Ramachandra
The British government signed a treaty with China to ensure Hong Kong's core values, including freedom of speech and assembly, until 2047. But as recent Hong Kong protests were broken up, Britain was mum. Read More ...
Vinoth Ramachandra

Profiles in Goodwill: Bishop Anthony Taylor | Anthony Taylor, Profiles in Goodwill, EthicsDaily Staff
Profiles in Goodwill: Bishop Anthony Taylor
By: EthicsDaily Staff
Bishop Anthony Taylor is the bishop of the Diocese of Little Rock, Arkansas. He was an interviewee in EthicsDaily.com's documentary on faith and immigration, "Gospel Without Borders." Read More ...
EthicsDaily Staff

A Political Nativity in the Nation's Capital | Brian Kaylor, Nativity, Christmas, Church and State
A Political Nativity in the Nation's Capital
By: Brian Kaylor
In early December, the streets of Capitol Hill are briefly transformed into a walking live nativity, enacting the original Christmas message in the heart of the nation's power structures. Read More ...
Brian Kaylor

Profiles in Goodwill: Mandy McMichael | Mandy McMichael, Profiles in Goodwill, EthicsDaily Staff
Profiles in Goodwill: Mandy McMichael
By: EthicsDaily Staff
Mandy McMichael, assistant professor of religion at Huntingdon College in Alabama, writes columns featured on EthicsDaily.com and has taken part in two Skype interviews. Read More ...
EthicsDaily Staff

Learning What It's Like to be the Other Person | Taylor Sandlin, Christmas, Reconciliation
Learning What It's Like to be the Other Person
By: Taylor Sandlin
Most of us live out of our own perspective with little attempt to understand another's point of view. When told we don't understand other viewpoints, we become defensive. What if we tried grace instead? Read More ...
Taylor Sandlin

Profiles in Goodwill: Steve Copley | Steve Copley, Profiles in Goodwill, EthicsDaily Staff
Profiles in Goodwill: Steve Copley
By: EthicsDaily Staff
Steve Copley is a church and community missionary with the General Board of Global Ministries of the United Methodist Church, serving as executive director of Interfaith Arkansas. Read More ...
EthicsDaily Staff

Why Churches are Best Social Melting Pots in Britain | Jon Kuhrt, Diversity, Reconciliation, Social Capital, Worship
Why Churches are Best Social Melting Pots in Britain
By: Jon Kuhrt
Despite its failings and struggles, the church has within its DNA a commitment to be diverse and inclusive. It's a commitment that is anchored in a belief in everyone's value before God. Read More ...
Jon Kuhrt

Let's Challenge Fear That Fuels Prejudice, Inhumanity | Matt Sapp, Reconciliation, Christmas, Advent, Incarnation
Let's Challenge Fear That Fuels Prejudice, Inhumanity
By: Matt Sapp
When people are afraid, they quickly fall into an "us" versus "them" mentality. This Christmas, let's no longer remain silent and have the courage to speak out against prejudice. Read More ...
Matt Sapp