Profiles in Goodwill: Terri Byrd
Profiles in Goodwill: Terri Byrd

By: EthicsDaily Staff Terri Byrd is coordinator of Alabama Cooperative Baptist Fellowship.

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Why This World Needs a Global Outpouring of Grace
Why This World Needs a Global Outpouring of Grace

By: Nick Lear The threat and reality of death and destruction are the ultimate ways of exercising power, influence and control over someone else. It's been that way for generations. What will change the status quo?

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4 Reasons New Ministry Model is Picking Up Steam
4 Reasons New Ministry Model is Picking Up Steam

By: Ircel Harrison Denominations have spent significant energy in differentiating between clergy and laity. However, as resources and membership decline, an emerging model of ministry will challenge our ideas about ministerial vocation.

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Sermon Stealing: It's More Common Than You Think
Sermon Stealing: It's More Common Than You Think

By: Tony Cartledge Although many preachers prepare their own sermons, plagiarism has long been a common preacherly practice. Pastors and congregations must work together to ensure quality time for sermon preparation.

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The Power of Ritual Keeps You Faithful
The Power of Ritual Keeps You Faithful

By: Ron Rolheiser You don't always feel like praying every day. That's why making prayer a ritual is so vital. It can keep you praying even when you don't feel like it. And this is true for many areas of our lives, not just for prayer.

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Why Your Church Needs a Purple Cow Ministry
Why Your Church Needs a Purple Cow Ministry

By: Dennis Bickers Much of what churches do today often receives little notice because they've offered the same programs at the same times in the same ways as other churches. To help your church stand out, you need a purple cow.

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Protecting Kids When They're Left to Their Own Devices
Protecting Kids When They're Left to Their Own Devices

By: Katharine Hill When it comes to digital technology, how do you stay a step ahead and keep your children safe? You don't have to be an expert to protect them and help them make the most of what the digital world has to offer.

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Respond to Events Beyond Your Control with Love
Respond to Events Beyond Your Control with Love

By: Guy Sayles Terrorist attacks. Hurricanes and tornadoes. Sudden health scares. Life will constantly remind you that you have little control, but you can control your response to what happens to you.

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Global Hunger on the Rise after Decade of Decline
Global Hunger on the Rise after Decade of Decline

By: EthicsDaily Staff The number of people experiencing hunger rose for the first time in a decade, a U.N. report said. A total of 815 million people experienced hunger last year, an increase of 38 million from 2015.

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'You Pack What You Fear'
'You Pack What You Fear'

By: Greg DeLoach As you hike life's trail, fears are a heavy burden weighing down your backpack. All of us pack what we fear. It's time to take a few things out of your pack and trust that you can carry on in this life's trek without them.

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Your Church's Future Relies on Imagination, Not Memories
Your Church's Future Relies on Imagination, Not Memories

By: Bill Wilson It's important to appreciate your church's traditions, but if your church is going to have a future, members must be willing to engage their imaginations and push past the limitations of their memories.

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5 Steps to Transform Your Church into Disciple Developers
5 Steps to Transform Your Church into Disciple Developers

By: Mark Tidsworth A central purpose of Christian churches is to develop people into disciple of Jesus, but our programs and events often aren't effective at achieving this goal. Here is a 5-step process to transform your church.

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3 Ways to Involve Your Kids in Disaster Relief Efforts
3 Ways to Involve Your Kids in Disaster Relief Efforts

By: Christina Embree Hurricanes. Floods. Fires. Families who have lost everything. Our kids see all of this on the news and want to help. The worst answer you can give is to say "Nothing." Here are 3 ways to involve your children.

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A Christian Approach to Ethics for the Vulnerable - Part 2
A Christian Approach to Ethics for the Vulnerable - Part 2

By: Gordon King and Rupen Das God expresses redemptive love and concern for the most vulnerable members of the community. In biblical times, this group comprised widows, orphans and aliens. Who are today's vulnerable?

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U.S. Food Insecurity Declined in 2016, but Millions Still at Risk
U.S. Food Insecurity Declined in 2016, but Millions Still at Risk

By: EthicsDaily Staff Although food insecurity in the U.S. declined for the fifth straight year, more than 15 million households still had inadequate access to food during 2016, said the U.S. Department of Agriculture's annual report.

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