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EthicsDaily 2019: Overflowing with Moments to Cherish

By Mitch Randall | December 12, 2019

It’s been a busy and productive year at EthicsDaily. When good people engage in good work, we can change the world for the common good. As we review some of the highlights, we ask you to consider an end-of-year contribution.

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Pastor Gary Simpson of Concord Baptist Church of Christ in Brooklyn, New York, joins George Mason on the Good God podcast to talk about their shared experiences of long-term pastoral ministry, and what makes their churches so wonderful.

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Faith Leaders to POTUS Hopefuls: Reduce Military Spending

By EthicsDaily.com Staff | December 10, 2019
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In a Dec. 9 letter, faith leaders urged candidates for US president in 2020 to reduce U.S. military spending, redirecting those funds to alleviate poverty and hunger, improve education and protect the environment.

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5 Suggestions to Cope with Grief During Holiday Season

By Christopher Schilling | December 9, 2019
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Carrying the burden of grief during the holidays is challenging enough. Those who struggle during this time of year feel they cannot express their grief because of the expectation to be joyful despite their pain.

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Don’t Let These ‘What Ifs’ Separate Generations in Church

By Christina Embree | December 9, 2019
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When we consider intergenerational worship and discipleship, the critics have plenty of ‘what if’ scenarios. But what if they all came true? While it may prove to be somewhat uncomfortable, it’s how we grow and learn.

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People of Faith More Likely to Work for Justice, Help People in Need

By EthicsDaily.com Staff | December 9, 2019
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Surveying young adults from more than two dozen nations, a Barna Group report said people of faith are more likely to be inspired by their beliefs to help those in need and to work for justice in society.

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When We Treat Strangers Kindly, We’re Deemed Ready for Peace

By Fred Guttman | December 6, 2019
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In Jewish tradition, Elijah often appears in the guise of an old beggar. The legend says if we treat beggars kindly, the world is deemed ready for peace. Did Elijah visit us and we didn’t notice him? When will we be ready for peace?

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