By: Dennis Bickers Nothing's wrong with a church having money in savings. When that church has large sums of money it never intends to use for any purpose other than ensuring its own existence, then there's a problem.
By: Ircel Harrison Many young ministers leave seminary burdened with debt. Churches are struggling with declining finances and can't afford to pay appropriate salaries to full-time pastors. Can they afford each other?
By: Guy Sayles Many of us have a troubled relationship with time. Sabbath, however, invites us to another way of inhabiting time, allowing us to rest in the profound awareness that our worth comes from our identity as God's children.
By: EthicsDaily Staff More than four out of 10 adults believe freedom of religion in the U.S. is less secure now than it was 10 years ago, a new Barna Group survey found. That's an 8 percent increase from 2012.