ERLC Podcast Episodes by Engagement

Many pastors are afraid to speak to cultural issues, which is a detriment to the flock they’re shepherding. More importantly, there’s a lack of discipleship that trains Christians to think biblically about the issues of our neighborhoods. A panel of... Continue...

There’s a lot of talk about those in their 20’s and 30’s, more commonly known as “Millennials.” Stereotypes often pit these young adults as lazy and incompetent. But at the ERLC’s National Conference, a panel of trusted leaders speaks to... Continue...

Many people often think that thoughtful interaction with the arts is only for certain “creative” types. But Karen Swallow Prior, Mike Cosper, Alissa Wilkinson, and Steven Bush help us see that the arts are for all people, and the gospel... Continue...

Developing a heart for and practice of racial reconciliation is one of the most needed works in the church. D.A. Horton’s talk, For the City - Race, Urban Ministry, and Cultural Engagement, at the ERLC National Conference will help us... Continue...

There’s no doubt about the major role that sports play in our society. So, it’s only fitting that the topic was addressed at the ERLC National Conference. David Prince, who is an avid lover of baseball and college football, discussed... Continue...

Many issues in today’s culture must be addressed by Christians, especially leaders within the church. At the ERLC National Conference, Andrew Walker hosted a panel about a few of those issues. The panel, Sexuality, Religious Liberty, and Cultural Engagement, featured... 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...

Learning how to live out the gospel in every aspect of our lives—even waving to a neighbor—is a vital part of engaging culture. This conversation with Daniel Patterson, D.A. Horton, Jared Wilson, Matt Anderson, Trevin Wax and Jackie Hill Perry at... Continue...

Russell Moore discusses how the the gospel reshapes evangelical political engagement.  Continue...