Resources on Human Dignity

Almost 13 years ago, I sat in a crowded auditorium in Chicago and heard for the first time about the devastation caused by HIV/AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa. At the time, what struck me more than the enormity of the epidemic... Continue...

I wore an uncomfortably tight checkered shirt as I walked into Re:Center Ministries for my first day. Climbing down the stairs to the Day Shelter, my ears perked up as a familiar melody played from the computer. Timidly, I kept... Continue...

After many years ministering in Third World Countries among low-income communities, I have asked myself how churches can help and care for the poor in a meaningful way. It took mountains of good effort but always questioning if it was... Continue...

If you’ve been in a Southern Baptist Church for long, you’re more than likely familiar with our call and commitment to serving orphans and widows. On Nov. 3, SBC churches across the globe will remember our mandate to practice James... Continue...

Dr. Seuss famously wrote, "A person’s a person no matter how small." As Christians, we go a step further and say, "A person’s a person no matter his or her age, stage, ability, or perceived value in society." Dan Darling spoke about... Continue...

Every church has socially awkward Christians. I parent one of them. Our son has level 1 autism, formerly known as Asperger’s Syndrome. Autism Spectrum Disorder is often paired with Sensory Processing Disorder or even Giftedness. He looks and smells like... Continue...

If we as Christians truly stand as defenders of the sanctity and dignity of all human life, our nation’s current response to the global refugee crisis ought to be of significant concern.   God’s love for the immigrant, refugee, and... Continue...

Dan Darling shares why it's important to teach our kids about human dignity.  Continue...

When we first meet 22-year-old Zak (played by Zack Gottsagen), he is in a nursing home cafeteria, sitting with an elderly lady and plotting an escape. Not the lady’s escape, mind you, but his own. This is the endearing opening... Continue...