ERLC Podcast Episodes by Families

America’s children are facing a crisis. Many are displaced from their homes, vulnerable and in need of care. What can we, as Christians, do to address this orphan crisis? At Evangelicals for Life, Brent Leatherwood hosted a panel discussion on... Continue...

As we live in the tension between the Fall and the full restoration of all things, suffering is an undeniable fact of life. What comfort does the presence of God have to offer to the suffering family, and what does... Continue...

Life in ministry is often rich and rewarding. But there are challenges and season of struggle, as well. These struggles can take a toll on marriages in particular. At our National Conference, Phillip Bethancourt moderated a panel with Christine Hoover,... Continue...

Marriage is designed by God. And it can be both beautiful and difficult. Many Christian couples might feel as though their marriage is unredeemable. But John McGee and Scott Kedersha encouraged struggling marriages with the redemptive work of the gospel... Continue...

In our current culture, where same-sex marriage is normalized and celebrated, there are helpful and unhelpful ways to respond. Russell Moore shares, with convictional kindness, how you can prepare your church for a same-sex marriage culture. Continue...

Children are captivated by the extraordinary, the dazzling, and the spectacular, and the gospel is the most wondrous of all. At our national conference, Andrew Peterson shares how we can feed the imagination and wonder of our children with the... Continue...

Adoption, foster care, and special needs are all important areas that affect many families, and as a result, many churches. Kelly Rosati moderates a panel discussion on these topics between Lynnette Ezell, Herbie Newell, Palmer Williams, and Zack Pruitt at our... Continue...

Fatherlessness is the sad reality for many children in our society. And not having an example, they grow up not knowing what a father should be or how a father should act. More importantly, they find it hard to relate... Continue...

Marriage and children are a blessing, yet both can bring challenges and hardships. Instead of leading to frustration, these can lead to our sanctification. Randy Stinson addresses this and the culture of the family as he teaches us how to... Continue...

Christians often squabble about decisions that should be left up to personal convictions, and this includes education choices. That’s why this discussion between Andrew T. Walker, Nathan Lino, Jani Ortlund, Timothy Paul Jones, and Dan Peterson is so helpful. Coming... Continue...