ERLC Podcast Episodes by Parenting

Marriage, parenting, and discipleship—what could be difficult or confusing about these topics? In today’s society, the answer is “a lot.” At our National Conference, Todd Wagner discussed marriage and parenting and how being intentional with discipleship within these relationships can... 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...

Talking to our children about the many issues they face in today’s world is not an easy task. Every day, they are confronted with issues we didn’t even dream of when we were younger. At our National Conference, Andrew Walker... Continue...

Infertility is one of the hardest things a couple can walk through, and it’s often experienced alone. It’s often misunderstood and others are fearful to address the subject. So, at our National Conference, Elizabeth Graham, Matt Arbo, Lauren McAfee, Nicole... Continue...

Screens, smartphones, tablets, smart devices. Technology is an ever-expanding field that has an increasing influence on our day-to-day lives. At our National Conference, Jason Thacker, Jamie Ivey, Ben Stuart, Trillia Newbell, and Tim Blackmon discussed how our families can respond... Continue...

J.D. Greear explains why parents should have a missional mindset in raising their children. He shares how raising kids with this mindset will prepare and equip them to effectively engage the culture.  Continue...

How can parents form the moral imagination of their kids? Phil Vischer shares how storytelling can be an effective tool for creating a biblical framework for imagination and creativity. Continue...

How can parents can help their children trade the comfort of “fitting in” for the calling of standing out? Jen Wilkin calls on parents to raise their children to stand out rather than fit in.  Continue...

How can parents have hope and peace even in the midst of pain, loss, and suffering? Nancy Guthrie tells the story of how she lost two of her children after only six months due to a rare genetic disorder. Continue...

Every parent knows that the work of parenting is good, yet hard. The Lord has entrusted every mom and dad and caretaker with the task of shaping and cultivating souls for his glory. But, as sinners, we will make mistakes.... Continue...