Recently Added Articles

Join top leaders on July 29 at the first major event following the Supreme Court's marriage ruling. Equip Austin is a night set aside for equipping you to prepare your church for a post-marriage culture. Whether 200 or 2,000 miles, away, your church... Continue...

Earlier this week, the Supreme Court handed down an important decision for religious liberty. ERLC had joined in a brief to support Ms. Elauf’s case, and we are pleased that the Court ruled in her favor yesterday. If you’re confused... Continue...

In the case of Equal Employment Opportunity Commission v. Abercrombie & Fitch Stores, Inc., the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Monday that employers must offer a reasonable accommodation for an employee's religious practices. Here is what you should know about... Continue...

Below is my response to an email I received that asked the following question: “I believe church should be for all of God’s children. No exceptions. I am a gay man. My question is, would I be fully accepted with... Continue...

The 1950s and 1960s marked the beginning of sweeping societal upheaval in the United States. The most sensational headlines have always gone to sex (the sexual revolution), drugs (the pharmacological revolution), and rock and roll (the musical revolution), but alongside... Continue...

Dan Darling interviews Joe Rigney about his book The Things of Earth: Treasuring God by Enjoying His Gifts, and why we should enjoy what God has made. Rigney serves as Assistant Professor of Theology and Christian Worldview and Institutional Writer at... Continue...

I remember noticing her frantically walking through our yard looking for something—or someone. Opening the front door, I went to her, eager to help. “Did you lose someone?” I asked. She looked about my age, and I was worried maybe... Continue...

My foster son began using marijuana when he was in the fifth grade. That was before he became a ward of the state and came under my care. But his drug use wasn’t the cause of him being taken away from his... Continue...

A few months ago, three men with unique perspectives gathered in Birmingham, Ala., at Beeson Divinity School for a discussion sponsored by ERLC and The Gospel Coalition. Robert Smith, Jr, Russell Moore and Jason Cook sat down for an important conversation on racial... Continue...

Otherworld begins with a broken home, a depressed preacher and a hurting policeman. From the start, Jared Wilson crafts a compelling story that draws the reader to identify with and care for his characters. However, all of that changes once a... Continue...