Resources on Cultural Engagement

There’s no doubt about the major role that sports play in our society. So, it’s only fitting that the topic was addressed at the ERLC National Conference. David Prince, who is an avid lover of baseball and college football, discussed... Continue...

It all began with a call from a local mechanic to my friend, Lucy. A Muslim woman from Tanzania was returning from delivering donations to a refugee family. Her tire blew on her way home. Once her mechanic arrived to... Continue...

Many issues in today’s culture must be addressed by Christians, especially leaders within the church. At the ERLC National Conference, Andrew Walker hosted a panel about a few of those issues. The panel, Sexuality, Religious Liberty, and Cultural Engagement, featured... Continue...

We are a society of advocates. Scroll anyone’s Facebook page, and you are likely to find passionate posts about a variety of causes. We wear pink bracelets, pin on yellow ribbons and hammer out (or comment on) passionate blog posts.... 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...

Christmas is the most widely observed cultural holiday in the world—and one with the most variety of customs and traditions. Here are five facts about common customs you should know about: 1. Christmas trees – The tradition of bringing an... 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...

As our country continues down an unprecedented and uncertain path, so many of us find our desire to discuss and debate recent events, and their immense significance, growing greatly. Social media conveniently provides a place for such conversations, but it... Continue...