Resources on Cultural Engagement

When your members walk through the church doors this Sunday, they will arrive after a week spent living in a changing American culture. Their thoughts are not only being shaped through a variety of media—talk radio, social media and television—but also through... Continue...

I was the guy at my high school who knew all the hot bands–and the ones who would be hot even though nobody knew it yet. I remember when I had Queen’s first three albums before anyone had ever heard... Continue...

NOTE: Rosaria Butterfield will be one of the speakers at the ERLC National Conference: “The Gospel, Homosexuality, and the Future of Marriage.” The conference is designed to equip Christians to apply the gospel on these issues with convictional kindness in their communities, their families and... Continue...

Dave Furman and K. Edward Copeland sat down with Trillia Newbell to discuss the multicultural growth they've seen in their churches. Furman serves as the senior pastor of Redeemer Church of Dubai.  Copeland serves as pastor of New Zion Missionary Baptist Church in Rockford, Ill., where he... Continue...

The phrase “War on Women” is rhetoric designed and used by the left to discuss the so-called assault on women’s rights. “Reproductive rights” are often highlighted as the keynote issue for the war being waged against women. Much can and... Continue...

Browbeating is not the way of Jesus. As He interacted with men and women, He could be provocative, compassionate, probing, even angry. He did not employ one standard relational template as He spoke and listened and taught. However, He did... Continue...

Dan Darling, vice president of communications at ERLC, sits down with David Russell, executive director of Campus Outreach Washington D.C., to discuss campus ministry.  Russell explains his experience with disciplining and ministering to college students in lieu of our modern day culture. To learn... Continue...

As Christians called to be salt and light within our culture, we must be able to analyze the ethical theories of our society in order to bring Scripture to bear upon them. Many of the decisions happening daily in our culture fall... Continue...

A prominent Christian leader recently said to me that for Evangelicals and traditional Catholics and Orthodox, the metaphor of putting our fingers in the dike as holes of evil burst through it is anachronistic. We are not having a few... Continue...

We live in a time of cultural disintegration. Not just America, but the entire Western world is jettisoning the wisdom of the ages and striving to remake the world after our own image. And, unsurprisingly, the fundamental arena in which... Continue...