5 Areas That Can Strain Your Pastor's Mental Health
5 Areas That Can Strain Your Pastor's Mental Health

By: Barry Howard While many hard-working pastors maintain good physical and spiritual habits, they can still neglect their mental health. Here are some practices that can help ministers strengthen their mental health.

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U.S. Support for Stricter Gun Laws Rises to 60 Percent
U.S. Support for Stricter Gun Laws Rises to 60 Percent

By: EthicsDaily Staff U.S. support for stricter regulations on firearm sales now stands at 60 percent, a 5-point increase from 2016, matching the support level from 2004 and continuing a rising trend that began in 2014, a Gallup survey found.

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What Trump Can Learn from Bible's 'Worst Deal Ever'
What Trump Can Learn from Bible's 'Worst Deal Ever'

By: Brian Kaylor President Trump called 2015's Iran nuclear deal the "worst deal" ever negotiated and said he would decertify it. Maybe he could take a lesson from the Israelites, who actually made the worst deal ever but put honor first.

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Why So Many Evangelicals Hold Environmental Posts in U.K.
Why So Many Evangelicals Hold Environmental Posts in U.K.

By: Martin J. Hodson and Margot R. Hodson Although evangelicals tend to be less friendly toward the environment than other parts of the church, many hold prominent positions in environmental work in the U.K. What explains this dichotomy?

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3 Things Your Church Can Do to Curb Hunger, Obesity
3 Things Your Church Can Do to Curb Hunger, Obesity

By: Zach Dawes On numerous fronts, hunger and obesity are reaching alarming numbers, yet the relationship between malnourishment and obesity is complex. Here are 3 things your church can do to combat these trends.

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The Glorious Future Awaiting the Baptist World Alliance
The Glorious Future Awaiting the Baptist World Alliance

By: Neville Callam
The Baptist World Alliance is more than a group of like-minded people sharing a common heritage called Baptist. It is an ecclesial body that's part of a global family of Christ's faithful people.

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How to Make Your Sunday School a Source for Evangelism
How to Make Your Sunday School a Source for Evangelism

By: Tony Brooks Sunday school in many churches is often a time of fellowship for Christians, but originally it was a means of evangelism. Sunday school can be about evangelism again if we're willing to build relationships.

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Profiles in Goodwill: Jason Coker
Profiles in Goodwill: Jason Coker

By: EthicsDaily Staff Jason Coker is coordinator of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of Mississippi.

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Is God Calling You to Help These Forgotten Neighbors?
Is God Calling You to Help These Forgotten Neighbors?

By: Paul Beasley-Murray For those of us who are fit and well and who lead busy lives, it's all too easy to "pass by on the other side" of our elderly neighbors. Some are in nursing homes, others have lost spouses and friends. Many are alone.

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U.S. Majority: Belief in God Not Necessary for Moral Behavior
U.S. Majority: Belief in God Not Necessary for Moral Behavior

By: EthicsDaily Staff A majority (56 percent) of U.S. adults do not think belief in God is necessary for morality, a Pew Research Center study found. It represents an increase of 7 percentage points since 2011.

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When Your Church's Focus is Out of Alignment
When Your Church's Focus is Out of Alignment

By: Bill Wilson Healthy churches must constantly evaluate the balance between their internal and external focus. When a church spends its time primarily tending to its own needs, a fundamental problem of alignment exists.

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When You Allow Terror to Overwhelm Human Rights
When You Allow Terror to Overwhelm Human Rights

By: Frank Rees To deal with terrorism, we are willing to allow our leaders to implement measures to undermine our freedoms. A real solution, however, will require talk and respect. It's the only way peace is created.

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Why Your Church Should Appreciate Those Stuffy Hymns
Why Your Church Should Appreciate Those Stuffy Hymns

By: Joe LaGuardia Hymns are more than nostalgic remnants of the church of yesteryear. Contemporary hymns, in particular, help engage congregations, craft theology and embody God's mission for the world.

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Vaclav Havel - The Moral Nature of Political Leadership
Vaclav Havel - The Moral Nature of Political Leadership

By: Gordon King Vaclav Havel, former president of Czechoslovakia, emphasized the moral nature of genuine political leadership. As president, he believed he should stress the significance of moral values in all spheres of life.

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Most U.S. Adults Want Legal Means for Dreamers to Remain
Most U.S. Adults Want Legal Means for Dreamers to Remain

By: EthicsDaily Staff Six out of 10 U.S. adults want the government to create a legal avenue for undocumented immigrants brought to the U.S. as children, or Dreamers, says a new survey.

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