Resources by 2016

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...

Christians often find it difficult to engage the brokenness in our culture. At the ERLC National Conference, pastor and rapper Trip Lee simply called us to the task of being faithful in public. Continue...

As our country continues down an unprecedented and uncertain path, so many of us find our desire to discuss and debate recent events, and their immense significance, growing greatly. Social media conveniently provides a place for such conversations, but it... 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...

Churches experience seasons of growth and decline. Some close, while others emerge. The church is a global movement in rural villages, white-collar suburbs and urban centers. People from diverse language and ethnic groups gather at least weekly in every occupied... Continue...

When it comes to religious liberty, America is in need of a “Fixer Upper.” The erupting controversy over Chip and Joanna Gaines reveals that religious freedom is as polarizing as ever. Earlier this week, both Buzzfeed and Cosmopolitan published articles... Continue...

World AIDS Day is held each year on December 1 as an opportunity to raise awareness about the fight against HIV, show support for people living with HIV and to commemorate people who have died from AIDS. Here are five... Continue...

There are multiple ways for the church to get involved in proclaiming the gospel. Adoption is a clear way to display the gospel, but it’s not the only way. In my last article, Orphans, adoption and the heart of the gospel,... Continue...

Where would we be without our friends? They bring such joy to our lives and such comfort in seasons of difficulty, great and small. A shoulder to cry on. A couch to sleep on. A hand to hold. Friendship is... Continue...