Ministering to International Students - No Passport Needed
Ministering to International Students - No Passport Needed

By: Charles Parker Cross-cultural ministry is not always easy for the average church, but it's not impossible either. Ministering to international students, especially if your church is near a college or university, is a great way to start.

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Proving Your Beliefs Aren't Merely Empty Words
Proving Your Beliefs Aren't Merely Empty Words

By: Leanna K. Fuller Churches can disagree on many things, but most of us agree that racism is fundamentally wrong. Saying nothing is both a mark of privilege and a sign of complicity. This is a time for moral courage.

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'Detroit'
'Detroit'

By: Michael Parnell "Detroit" could not be a timelier movie. A gritty portrait of the 12th Street Riot of 1967, the film forces us to have a conversation about race - one that most of us don't want to have. (Photo: Annapurna Pictures)

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Where Will You Be for the Total Solar Eclipse?
Where Will You Be for the Total Solar Eclipse?

By: Keith Herron Everyone in the continental U.S. will see at least a partial eclipse on Aug. 21. For some Christians, this occurrence is wrought with spiritual meaning. Give it meaning if you wish or just enjoy the spectacle.

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NFL Players, Coaches from '70s Talk Racial Prejudice
NFL Players, Coaches from '70s Talk Racial Prejudice

By: Paul Putz In the height of the civil rights era, how did self-professed Christian football players and coaches 45 years ago respond to questions about racism? Here are their answers.

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Tillerson: Religious Persecution Far Too Prevalent
Tillerson: Religious Persecution Far Too Prevalent

By: EthicsDaily Staff Religious freedom restrictions lead to "instability, human rights abuses and violent extremism," says the State Department's annual religious freedom report. Nearly 200 nations were listed in the report.

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What's Keeping You From Crossing Cultural Barriers?
What's Keeping You From Crossing Cultural Barriers?

By: David Draper People who cross are paths from different cultures offer great opportunities for developing friendships and discussing beliefs. Sadly, not everyone is interested in nurturing these relationships.

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Profiles in Goodwill: Brent McDougal
Profiles in Goodwill: Brent McDougal

By: EthicsDaily Staff Brent McDougal is senior pastor of Cliff Temple Baptist Church in Dallas.

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How God Remains Fully at Work in Our Public Schools
How God Remains Fully at Work in Our Public Schools

By: Colin Harris Many genuinely concerned Christians believe schools have gone downhill because prayer and the Bible were removed, but they're mistaken. In classrooms across the U.S., God is fully at work.

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Understanding the Value of Utilitarian Ethics - Part 2
Understanding the Value of Utilitarian Ethics - Part 2

By: Gordon King The utilitarian approach to ethics should be part of our toolkit for the task of analyzing moral dilemmas. While it's a commendable principle of equal value, it requires some qualifications in its implementation.

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Charlottesville Clergy Were Ready Before Deadly Day
Charlottesville Clergy Were Ready Before Deadly Day

By: EthicsDaily Staff Before the deadly day in Charlottesville in the aftermath of the white supremacist rally, local clergy from various faiths had been gathering to prepare a safe space in the event of a tragedy.

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Is Unity Possible After Charlottesville Rally, Violence?
Is Unity Possible After Charlottesville Rally, Violence?

By: Molly T. Marshall The white supremacist rally in Charlottesville protesting the diversity that comprises the U.S. reminds us unity is hard work. While it is God's desire for humanity, it requires repentance and perseverance.

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White Like Me But Refusing to Love Their Neighbors
White Like Me But Refusing to Love Their Neighbors

By: Ferrell Foster The white supremacists protesting in Charlottesville may look like me, but they are not my people; they have refused to love their neighbor as Christ instructed us. It's time more of us proclaim this difference.

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4 Ways Your Church Can Minister to Schools
4 Ways Your Church Can Minister to Schools

By: Kathleen Hardage The first day of the new school year will soon start in schools across the nation. Your church can find many ways to minister to the students, teachers and administrators in your area.

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Understanding the Principles of Utilitarian Ethics - Part 1
Understanding the Principles of Utilitarian Ethics - Part 1

By: Gordon King Considering the common good rather than personal advantage, utilitarian ethics seeks to ensure the greatest happiness for the greatest number of people.

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