Resources on Racial Reconciliation

Where do we go from here? That’s the question Martin Luther King, Jr. was forced to ask, and to answer, in the summer of 1967. Facing a civil rights movement in crisis and on the verge of fracturing, Dr. King... Continue...

How do we begin to change the status quo when the church is racially divided on Sunday mornings? At the ERLC Leadership Summit, pastor Fred Luter helped us uncover the root of this issue. Continue...

Greek philosopher Heraclitus of Ephesus is quoted as saying, “Change is the only constant in life.” And indeed, the idea of change is one of the key themes of the new film, Loving, from writer/director Jeff Nichols. A quiet, steady... Continue...

If we believe that the topics of race, racial reconciliation and the unity found in the gospel are important, then in many ways, the conversation and study of these topics should begin and have prominence at home. Adults have a... Continue...

Russell Moore sits down with civil rights hero, John M. Perkins for a conversation about his history and the future of this important movement. Jenny Yang writes poignantly of the immigrant experience. Jamaal Williams speaks of the difficult challenges of... Continue...

Media and pop culture play a large role in how racial issues in our country are portrayed. At the Leadership Summit, several guest including Trip Lee, Jason Cook, Robbie Seay, and David Prince gave their insight on how everything from... Continue...

One click of the send button can be so revealing and sometimes painful. My young friend in his late 20s didn’t mean to hurt me as he shared that as a white male, he really didn’t care about the plight... Continue...

At an ERLC event titled, “The Gospel and Racial Reconciliation,” Trillia Newbell gave a presentation titled, “United: Captured by God’s Vision for Diversity” that was born from her own experience with a close-knit group of friends. Be inspired and equipped... Continue...

In 2015, the ERLC hosted a much-needed Leadership Summit on “The Gospel and Racial Reconciliation.” Russell Moore gave an important keynote address titled “Black, and White, and Red All Over: Why Racial Reconciliation is a Gospel Issue.” Continue...