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Celebrating ‘Health Care Heroes’ During Global Pandemic

By Staff | April 7, 2020

Health care workers are battling COVID-19 daily across the globe, and we want to pay tribute to their courage and sacrifice. You can help EthicsDaily and Nurturing Faith honor their courageous and compassionate work.

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Jonathan Hemmings, pastor in Jamaica, is interviewed by executive director Mitch Randall about what happens when the church really meets Jesus.

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Reaction and Response: US Majority Holds Negative View of UN

By Staff | April 6, 2020
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More than half of US adults believe the United Nations is doing a poor job, a survey found. However, several faith leaders lauded the role it’s played in global affairs, particularly in light of the coronavirus pandemic.

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With COVID-19, Proactive Self-Care More Essential for Ministers

By Barry Howard | April 6, 2020
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Clergy and other caring vocations are already more at risk for burnout and depression than other professions. With COVID-19 added to the mix, proactive self-care has become even more essential for ministers.

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How Your Church Should Respond to Sexual Abuse Victims

By Shauw Chin Capps | April 6, 2020
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How the church responds to victims of sexual abuse, especially in the initial days of disclosure, can determine the trajectory of their healing. These “best practices” will help you respond from a victim-centered approach.

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‘Good Faith After Hours’ Event Canceled

By Staff | April 3, 2020
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“Good Faith After Hours,” a social event planned for June 24 during the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship’s General Assembly in Atlanta, has been canceled.

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What Can Your Church Do to Help Your Local Hospital?

By Monty Self | April 3, 2020
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As religious and civic leaders, we need to help our local hospitals and health care professionals care for the community during the COVID-19 pandemic. What you do may seem small to you, but it will be significant.

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