Resources by 2016

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...

I recently sat down with Kamal Fahmi, founder of Set My People Free, an international NGO focused on the abolition of apostasy and blasphemy laws around the world. Generally speaking, apostasy laws prevent conversion from one religion to another. Apostasy... Continue...

As a married woman with two children, I have considered what I would do if my husband were to die. I pray that is not the case, but if it did happen, I have at least the framework of a... Continue...

Some of us can’t wait until the holiday season gets here. Others, if we’re honest, can’t wait until it’s over. These days will be filled with food, sports, and for many of us, lots and lots of friends and family.... Continue...

The tax-exempt status of religious institutions remains a topic of discussion in American public life, and from time to time, public debate regarding this issue flares up and becomes more intense. This appears to be one of those times, which is... Continue...

There’s no doubt that many tables will be divided during this holiday season for various reasons. But as the discussions begin and potential tempers flare, Christians can exercise self-control and remember there is a greater reason for our engagement on... Continue...

Trials and suffering in our lives can be anywhere from stretching to downright devastating. However, I think most people would agree that as painful as it is to endure suffering in our own lives, it can be even more painful... Continue...

Trying to navigate our way through this ever changing and challenging culture that we live in can be difficult. At the ERLC National Conference, Robby Gallaty gave a message titled, “Making Disciples who Engage Culture.” He says that a reformation... Continue...