The ERLC Podcast

Holy Week, the Queen’s speech, and a conversation with Catherine Parks

April 10, 2020

In this episode, Josh, Lindsay, and Brent discuss Bernie Sanders ending his presidential bid, an important ruling on abortion, Queen Elizabeth’s speech on COVID-19, more laughs from the Cuomo brothers, and a very different looking Easter. Lindsay also gives a rundown of this week’s ERLC content including a piece from Alex Ward on coronavirus and Holy Week, Chelsea Sobolik on the pandemic’s effects on the vulnerable, and Stephen Grcevich on the church and mental health concerns during this crisis. Also in this episode, the hosts are joined by the ERLC’s Catherine Parks for a conversation about life and ministry.  

About Catherine  

Catherine Parks has loved reading biographies since she was a kid. When she's not reading, she loves playing volleyball and basketball, traveling with her family, and helping lead worship for her church. She's the author of Empowered and Real: The Surprising Secret to Deeper Relationships and lives in Nashville, Tenn., with her husband, two children, and a cute dog named Ollie. You can follow her on Twitter: @CathParks

ERLC Content


  1. A new White House Press Secretary
  2. Wisconsin’s complicated primary
  3. Bernie drops out
  4. Ruling: Abortions are not essential services
  5. Are abortions essential during coronavirus? 
  6. U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson out of ICU after COVID-19 infection
  7. The Queen’s speech: “We Will Succeed”
  8. Pandas in isolation, Tigers contracting coronavirus, & Dogs, cats, and Covid-19
  9. Tyler Perry buys groceries for seniors at 44 locations in Atlanta
  10. Celebs at Lakewood for Easter Sunday
  11. John Kransinski’s second round of good news
  12. The Cuomo brothers make America laugh, again


  • Lindsay: A Loving Life by Paul Miller
  • Josh: All the feels: gas prices, food fights, and Cracker Barrel
  • Brent: A review of TV pundits’ home decor

ERLC Inbox  

  • Q: I’m a parent trying to reinforce the Bible’s view of sex with my children who are finishing high school next year. Are there any resources you would recommend or certain things I should be thinking about?

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