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Sounding the Alarm: How to Beat Back ISIS – Part 2 | Martin Accad, ISIS, Islam
Sounding the Alarm: How to Beat Back ISIS – Part 2
By: Martin Accad
We will not defeat ISIS or any other militant jihadist group with temporary military solutions to the problem of religious radicalization. We need a massive global movement to dry up ISIS' recruitment pools. Read More ...
Martin Accad

When a Church is Not Really a Church | Larry Eubanks, Leadership, Missions
When a Church is Not Really a Church
By: Larry Eubanks
The church needs to gather together, but they should be so much more than just people who gather for worship and prayer. The church is a group of people with a common mission out in the world. Read More ...
Larry Eubanks

How Our Notion of Justice Compares to God's | Stephen Holmes, Justice
How Our Notion of Justice Compares to God's
By: Stephen Holmes
The ideas of justice differ enormously across the whole spread of human culture and history. The Bible doesn't offer a clear definition, but we know God expects justice to reach all people without fear or favor. Read More ...
Stephen Holmes

Sounding the Alarm: How to Beat Back ISIS – Part 1 | Martin Accad, ISIS, Islam
Sounding the Alarm: How to Beat Back ISIS – Part 1
By: Martin Accad
ISIS members are Muslim because they believe they are, but Muslims who don't abide by ISIS' perverse interpretation of Islam don't bear responsibility for ISIS' actions. Read More ...
Martin Accad

Stop Payday Lenders from Preying on Poor | Kathryn Freeman, Payday Lending, Social Justice
Stop Payday Lenders from Preying on Poor
By: Kathryn Freeman
Needing to meet unexpected expenses, many families turn to payday and auto title lenders who are all too happy to profit off of people's misfortune. We need reform to end this exploitation. Read More ...
Kathryn Freeman

Profiles In Goodwill: Starlette McNeill | EthicsDaily Staff, Starlette McNeill, Profiles in Goodwill
Profiles In Goodwill: Starlette McNeill
By: EthicsDaily Staff
Starlette McNeill, associate pastor of Village Baptist Church in Bowie, Maryland, is a featured columnist on EthicsDaily.com. Learn why a Sean Connery film holds special meaning for her. Read More ...
EthicsDaily Staff

Gov't Restriction, Social Hostility Toward Religion Down Slightly | EthicsDaily Staff, Religious Freedom, Pew Research Center
Gov't Restriction, Social Hostility Toward Religion Down Slightly
By: EthicsDaily Staff
Government restrictions on religious freedom and social hostility toward religion saw a slight decline in 2013, says a newly released report from Pew Research Center. Read More ...
EthicsDaily Staff

How Your Church Can Make Missions More Effective | Barry Howard, Charity, Missions, Social Justice
How Your Church Can Make Missions More Effective
By: Barry Howard
Without any long-term objective to your church's mission strategy, your church could be encouraging a sense of entitlement that trends toward continual poverty. Here are five steps to break that cycle. Read More ...
Barry Howard

Catholic Expert Depicts Pope as "Moderate in Extreme" | Brian Kaylor, Pope Francis, Protestants, Catholics
Catholic Expert Depicts Pope as "Moderate in Extreme"
By: Brian Kaylor
Pope Francis embodies a "moderate realism" and his ministry should matter to both Protestants and Catholics, said a respected U.S. journalist and top expert on Vatican affairs. Read More ...
Brian Kaylor

Profiles In Goodwill: Ronnie Brewer | EthicsDaily Staff, Ronnie Brewer, Profiles in Goodwill
Profiles In Goodwill: Ronnie Brewer
By: EthicsDaily Staff
Ronnie Brewer, senior pastor of First Baptist Church in Bristol, Virginia, and board member of the Baptist Center for Ethics, is a featured columnist on EthicsDaily.com. Read More ...
EthicsDaily Staff

How Your Church Can Help Our Society Trust Again | Joe LaGuardia, Karen Woods, Reconciliation, Leadership
How Your Church Can Help Our Society Trust Again
By: Joe LaGuardia and Karen Woods
Clashes between protesters and police officers illustrate the growing distrust that rules our society. When distrust breeds disharmony and violence, how can churches step in to provide reconciliation? Read More ...
Joe LaGuardia and Karen Woods

Despite What Churches Think, Bigger Isn't Better | Colin Sedgwick, Church Growth, Leadership
Despite What Churches Think, Bigger Isn't Better
By: Colin Sedgwick
Too many pastors and church members believe that size is the supreme mark of "success" in church life. What if we made our true priority being the most loving, Spirit-filled or prayerful? Read More ...
Colin Sedgwick

To Find Your Voice, Listen to God | Bob Browning, Discipleship
To Find Your Voice, Listen to God
By: Bob Browning
Do you believe people need to hear what you have to say? Peter, the leader of Jesus' disciples, did. However, he learned that before he could find his voice, he must first be willing to listen to Jesus. Read More ...
Bob Browning

Living Wages: How to Match Ideals to Reality | Zach Dawes, Living Wage, Minimum Wage, Poverty, Church of England
Living Wages: How to Match Ideals to Reality
By: Zach Dawes
Moving toward a living wage to enable full-time employees to live self-sufficient, food-secure daily lives is a noble goal, but matching ideals to reality will be complicated and costly. Read More ...
Zach Dawes

5 Reasons "We Cannot Bomb Our Way to Peace" | Rick Love, ISIS, Peacemaking
5 Reasons "We Cannot Bomb Our Way to Peace"
By: Rick Love
Jesus gives five commands that form the basis for a multi-faceted, long-term approach to peacemaking that addresses ISIS and other expressions of violent extremism. Read More ...
Rick Love