In this episode, Brent and Lindsay discuss President Biden saying Putin is committing genocide in Ukraine, the Brooklyn subway shooting, and a Christian who escaped from a reeducation camp in Xinjiang. They also talk about several resources to prepare our hearts for Good Friday and Easter.
- Andrew and Jennifer Spencer with How to help your family prepare for Easter: Making a plan for family devotions any time of the year
- Whitney K. Pipkin with What’s at stake when we brush past death: And how our theology equips us to face it instead | Matt Smethurst, “There is a Fountain.”
- Alan Cross with As she lay dying: Reflections on death, fear, hope, and the life to come
- Biden says Putin is committing genocide in Ukraine
- Frank James, suspect in Brooklyn subway shooting, discussed violence in YouTube clips
- Christian Detainee Who Escaped Xinjiang Camp | SBC resolution
- Lindsay: In the Hands of a Fiercely Tender God: 31 Days of Hope, Honesty, and Encouragement for the Sufferer by Colleen Chao
- Brent: Matt Martens on Easter at TGC
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- Dobbs Resource Page Prayer Guide | Right now, the Supreme Court is considering a major Mississippi abortion case called Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. The ERLC and other pro-life organizations filed an amicus brief in this case urging the Supreme Court to overturn the disatrous Roe v. Wade decision. Members of our team also joined pro-life advocates on the steps of the Supreme Court when oral arguments were heard last December. As we approach the Supreme Court’s final decision in June of this year, it’s important for Christians to pray for this landmark case and begin preparing our churches to serve vulnerable women and children in a potential post-Roe world. Download our free prayer guide at ERLC.com/Dobbs.
- Dobbs Resource Page | Many Christians are aware that an important case about abortion is being decided at the Supreme Court this June. But for many, this case is confusing and wrapped in a lot of legal jargon. The ERLC wants to help with that, so we’ve created a resource page that will help you and your church understand what this case means, what could happen if Roe v. Wade is overturned, and how your church can prepare to serve vulnerable women and children in the aftermath. To learn more about the Dobbs case and how you can pray, visit ERLC.com/Dobbs.