In this episode of the ERLC Podcast, Josh and Lindsay are joined by Chelsea Sobolik. Chelsea is a Policy Director in the ERLC’s office on Capitol Hill, known as Leland House. With Brent in the U.K. working on a major pro-life initiative there, Josh, Lindsay and Chelsea talk about this week’s ERLC content and highlight recent events from news and culture including updates on the March for Life, Impeachment, the Iowa Caucuses, and the Nigerian pastor who was recently martyred by the terrorist group Boko Haram.
Chelsea is the author of Longing for Motherhood: Holding onto Hope in the Midst of Childlessness. She has a B.A. in International Relations from Liberty University, and lives in Washington, D.C. with her husband Michael. You can follow her on Twitter: @ChelsPat
- Why families are critical for human flourishing by Josh Wester
- Kobe Bryant and the fragility of life by Jeremy Linneman
- How can we utilize creativity and technology to disciple Christians? by Ben Mandrell
- The Bible as an app: One man's quest to have everyone engaging with Scripture by Lindsay Nicolet
- Pro-Life is Pro-Woman (ERLC)
- A Good Decade for the Pro-Life Movement (NRO)
- Visual Guide to the Iowa Caucuses (WSJ)
- Nate Silver’s Iowa Caucus rundown (FiveThirtyEight)
- The martyrdom of Nigerian Pastor Lawan Andimi (CT)
- Read Scripture app
- Explainer on Boko Haram (CNN)
- Kirk Cousins on reading the Bible
- Aaron Rodgers on losing his faith (Relevant)
- TN man smokes marijuana in front of judge (ABC News)
- Mayor Mike Bloomberg meets a dog for the first time (CNN)
- Lindsay: Kobe Bryant; Prayer by Tim Keller
- Chelsea: Alarm clocks. Listen to find out why.
- Josh: Libraries
"Visiting the library remains the most common cultural activity Americans engage in, by far. The average 10.5 trips to the library U.S. adults report taking in 2019 exceeds their participation in eight other common leisure activities."
Never Walk Away: Lessons on Integrity From a Father Who Lived It by Crawford Loritts