Resources on Marriage

At the 2014 ERLC National Conference on "The Gospel, Homosexuality, and the Future of Marriage," Greg Smalley shares the importance of building a health marriage.  Continue...

The first ERLC conference in 2014, “The Gospel, Homosexuality, and the Future of Marriage,” was well received and exceeded expectations. Part of this is because we’re are living in world that is confused about these topics. Sherif Girgis helped shed... Continue...

My wife and I became friends with Matt and Carey Murphy in 2010 when we joined the small group that Matt taught at our church in Louisville, Ky. On paper, Matt and I have very little in common. Where I... Continue...

Marriage has become an increasingly complex subject. Do people still desire it anymore? If so, what are they looking for? Why are people entering marriage much later in life and spending so much time cohabiting before marriage? What’s happening with... Continue...

The Lord has used our friends at Focus on the Family to minister to an untold number of families throughout the years by promoting marriage as God has designed it—and the health of the families those marriages establish. We want... Continue...

Is there a stigma in the Church regarding singles? Do we engage them in the ministry of the Church or see them as a problem to be fixed? Trevin Wax of The Gospel Project discusses this and more with the... Continue...

Phillip Bethancourt sits down with Ryan Anderson of the Heritage Foundation to discuss his book Truth Overruled: The Future of Marriage and Religious Freedom. .embed-container { position: relative; padding-bottom: 56.25%; height: 0; overflow: hidden; max-width: 100%; } .embed-container iframe, .embed-container object,... Continue...

Hello, this is Russell Moore, and this is Questions and Ethics, the program where we take your moral dilemmas and look at them in the light of scripture and the gospel. And today, the question that I have is actually... Continue...

Men, there are two charred craters in the Old Testament that remain as a warning to us: Ai and Gibeah. Both cities fell by the same military tactics, and although the weapons of war have changed and technology has advanced,... Continue...

Marriage does not necessarily isolate one from the opposite sex. If, as Christians, we are in community, we will surely interact with men and women from church to work. It’s good and healthy. God created us for community, and if... Continue...