Resources on Faith

Based on the 1966 Shusaku Endo novel of the same name, Silence is the story of two Portuguese Jesuit priests who travel to Japan in the 1600’s to find their mentor and spread Christianity. In remaining faithful to its source... Continue...

On January 6, travelers gathered around the baggage claim of the Fort Lauderdale airport awaiting their luggage and not knowing that their lives were to be taken or changed forever. Esteban Santiago had a sinister plan, one that callously ignored... Continue...

I found it buried in a dusty old box of files, wedged between nondescript folders like “Wells Fargo” and “Car Repairs.” How did something so precious get stuck here? I wondered. Eleven pages of single-spaced type, typed on her computer.... 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...

Even before I stepped on the plane, I knew it would be anything but a holly jolly Christmas. I was walking into the home of family members who were left hollowed by an ugly divorce. And I was determined to... 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...

Some women find themselves attracted to conversations about all things cultural, political, and philosophical, while others find themselves deeply intimidated by these subjects. Unfortunately, I have noticed that both the culturally curious and the culturally intimidated women in the evangelical... Continue...

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