Resources on Christian Living

One of the best parts of the Christmas season is getting to give gifts. Here at the ERLC, we are huge fans of books. So, we thought a great way to combine these two things was to compile a list... Continue...

Churches experience seasons of growth and decline. Some close, while others emerge. The church is a global movement in rural villages, white-collar suburbs and urban centers. People from diverse language and ethnic groups gather at least weekly in every occupied... Continue...

Where would we be without our friends? They bring such joy to our lives and such comfort in seasons of difficulty, great and small. A shoulder to cry on. A couch to sleep on. A hand to hold. Friendship is... Continue...

There’s no doubt that many tables will be divided during this holiday season for various reasons. But as the discussions begin and potential tempers flare, Christians can exercise self-control and remember there is a greater reason for our engagement on... Continue...

Can a teacher in a public school display a personal Bible on a desk? What about answering a student’s questions about faith or the Bible? At Focus on the Family, we received many questions like these during our nationwide religious-freedom... Continue...

This fall movie season Hollywood offers up the stories of two little-known American heroes from two controversial filmmakers. In “The Birth of a Nation,” director and star, Nate Parker, tells the story of Nat Turner, a slave who longs for... Continue...

What would happen if you found out that all of your secrets were about to be on display for the world to see? Would you feel the need to run and hide? Would you be okay with what was about... Continue...

It’s that time of year when I'm asked by parents and grandparents in our local church how to handle Halloween. Over the last 20 to 30 years, I've seen a change in the way the Christian community answers that question. When... Continue...

Kings and queens. Castles and crowns. Monarchs and majesties. A journey through the United Kingdom’s storied history is one rich in royal blood. To travel her winding roads by book is insightful. Yet to trod those well-worn paths in bodily... 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...