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Garrett Kell was living for pleasure and found himself in an unexpected situation. At At Evangelicals for Life 2016, Kell shared his story of finding out his girlfriend was pregnant, assisting her in seeking out an abortion, and being pursued... Continue...

At the ERLC’s National Conference, Bryan Loritts, a pastor in California, spoke about the necessity of Christians crossing ethnic lines and investing in others who are different than us. His message,  Right Color, Wrong Culture: Pursuing Multi-ethnic Cultural Engagement, is... Continue...

Increasingly, the evangelical church is being associated with extremism. At the ERLC National Conference, Gabe Lyons reminds us that continuing to seek truth in Scripture will enable us to be bold when faced with this opposition and confusion. We hope... Continue...

Millennials are the next generation to lead the church in cultural issues, so how they handle the pro-life movement is crucial. Briana Stensrud, Mollie Hemingway, Trillia Newbell, Alison Howard, and Andrew Walker discuss the conflicts that arise with this issue... Continue...

What does embracing diversity as a church look like? At the ERLC Leadership Summit, Jim Richards helps us understand what it’s like to develop a church that looks like heaven. We hope this message gives you a vision for the... Continue...

There are more than 400,000 children in the U.S. foster care system. At the ERLC Evangelicals for Life Conference, Sharen Ford challenges the church to bring stability to children within a system that knows change all too well. Continue...

Following Christ is more than an intellectual assent. At the ERLC Leadership Summit, Afshin Ziafat shares his story of what it meant to leave the Islam faith to follow Christ. We hope that you’re encouraged to follow Christ more faithfully... Continue...

At the 2014 ERLC National Conference on "The Gospel, Homosexuality, and the Future of Marriage," Greg Smalley shares the importance of building a health marriage.  Continue...

In a competition-driven culture, Christians can be confused about how to take part and still honor Christ. At the ERLC National Conference, Greg Thornbury, the president of King’s College, challenged the church to be innovative like Abel rather than stagnant like Cain.... Continue...

How do we begin to change the status quo when the church is racially divided on Sunday mornings? At the ERLC Leadership Summit, pastor Fred Luter helped us uncover the root of this issue. Continue...