Christians often find it difficult to engage the brokenness in our culture. At the ERLC National Conference, pastor and rapper Trip Lee simply called us to the task of being faithful in public.
by Steve Taylor
I was born and raised in Panama City, Fla. Like most teenagers, I spent my summers working at mini-golf venues and condominiums along the World’s Most Beautiful Beaches. I was fresh out of high school when MTV was pushed out... Continue...
by J.D. Greear
Many Christians retreat from the cultures around them because they’re afraid of compromising. But at the ERLC’s National Conference, J.D. Greear, in his talk How Can Churches Engage the Public Square without Compromising the Gospel?, gives us wisdom about being... Continue...
by Mark Hearn
There are all kinds of symptoms of a dying church, but there is one primary cause for demise—losing relevance in the local community. Scattered across metro Atlanta are church buildings that once were filled with congregants being nourished with God’s... Continue...