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Celebrating ‘Health Care Heroes’ During Global Pandemic

By EthicsDaily.com 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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Eileen Campbell-Reed considers the question, "what is at stake in the ministries we are called to?" in episode no. 13 of Three Minute Ministry Mentor (3MMM), an ongoing video series focused on informing and inspiring the practice of ministry. EthicsDaily.com is proud to partner with 3MMM in featuring episodes twice a month.

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Does Coronavirus Give You Chance to Take the ‘Great Pause’?

By Jessica McDougald | April 2, 2020
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With many of us enslaved to our economic and social situations, we rarely slow down and rest. Yet Sabbath was God’s way of telling his beloved children they were worthy of rest. Is COVID-19 a ‘great pause’ for us to consider?

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Lenten Lectionary | Serving Jesus Amid Cutthroat Capitalism?

By Joao Chaves | April 1, 2020
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To celebrate Jesus as Lord – like the crowds did as he entered Jerusalem – means following his lead in giving his life for others. In a nation inundated with nationalism, cutthroat capitalism and individualism, is that possible?

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When You Call Your Pastor and Practice Social Distancing

By John D. Pierce | April 1, 2020
Jeremy Shoulta preaches at First Baptist Church of Gainesville, Georgia

Chalk it up to putting social distancing into practice. First Baptist of Gainesville, Georgia, called a pastor and hardly anyone attended. Instead, the pastor preached to empty rows of pews as members listened online or on the radio.

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How Unruffled Leadership Will Benefit Your Congregation

By Keith Herron | April 1, 2020
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The job of effective church leaders is to help keep down the level of anxiety in the emotional system of the congregation. Effective leaders help people manage their level of anxiety so they can accomplish their goals.

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When Your World Turns Upside Down, You Can Relate with Others

By Trevor Barton | March 31, 2020
Two girls walking arm in arm

The global coronavirus pandemic has taken all our normal lives and turned them backwards on themselves. However, we can be in solidarity in a small way with people who have already have their lives turned upside down.

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