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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...

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. Continue...

Media and pop culture play a large role in how racial issues in our country are portrayed. At the Leadership Summit, several guest including Trip Lee, Jason Cook, Robbie Seay, and David Prince gave their insight on how everything from... Continue...

Trying to navigate our way through this ever changing and challenging culture that we live in can be difficult. At the ERLC National Conference, Robby Gallaty gave a message titled, “Making Disciples who Engage Culture.” He says that a reformation... Continue...

The pro-life movement is often viewed as an isolated issue, even within Christian culture. At our Evangelicals for Life Conference, David Platt gave a message titled, “Jesus Loves the Little Children: Connecting the Sanctity of Life and the Great Commission.”... Continue...

Learning how to live out the gospel in every aspect of our lives—even waving to a neighbor—is a vital part of engaging culture. This conversation with Daniel Patterson, D.A. Horton, Jared Wilson, Matt Anderson, Trevin Wax and Jackie Hill Perry at... Continue...

One of the hardest segments of the population to reach with the gospel are those who think they are Christians because of where they were born and raised. Cultural Christianity has long deceived people into thinking they know Jesus in... Continue...

At the 2015 National Conference, Jim Daly talks about speaking with grace and truth in the public square.  Continue...

Do you ever wonder why the love of movies and stories and television seems innate? Stories can affect our souls in profound ways. At the 2016 National Conference, Mike Cosper addresses this in his talk, “The Stories We Tell: How... Continue...

The upcoming Presidential election—and it’s unprecedented nature—has many pastors wondering what their responsibility is when it comes to politics. At our 2015 National Conference, Phillip Bethancourt moderated a panel of pastors, which included J.D. Greear, Jimmy Scroggins, Matt Carter and D.A. Horton,... Continue...