Recently Added ERLC Podcast Episodes

The world of relationships has been dramatically altered by social media, dating apps, and online dating sites. Furthermore, the sexual revolution clashes with a biblical understanding of sexuality and the meaning of relationships. Ben Stuart speaks at the ERLC National... Continue...

Since Roe v. Wade was written into law in 1973, millions of babies have been aborted. But in the midst of such tragedy, the pro-life movement has been growing. With the 50th anniversary of Roe looming, what does the future... Continue...

In today’s society, children will grow up with far more access to technology than previous generations. Each piece of art that they will come in contact with tells a certain story. With this in mind, how can parents use the... 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...

A brief look at the the things that are popular in our culture—movies, songs, TV shows, fashion—reveals that we are obsessed with sex. But our culture’s understanding of sex is upside down from what the Bible teaches. At the ERLC’s... Continue...

Many Christians look at the world through disillusioned eyes and fear the way culture is changing, but a Christian worldview gives us courage to live in the world, and to advance the kingdom by engaging, not retreating from, the world.... Continue...

As culture changes, ministry leaders inherit both new opportunities and new challenges. At the SBC Pre-Conference, J.D. Greear discusses what these new contexts mean for ministry leaders today and how we can be faithful to God’s calling. Continue...

The Bible tells us that those who are Christians have been adopted into the family of God. How can we mirror the Gospel by opening up our own homes? And what is God’s heart for the orphaned? At Evangelicals for... Continue...

As injustices and inequalities have been exposed, there have been increasing calls to correct the criminal justice system and our prisons. What might Christians have to say to minister to those in prisons? What is our calling toward and for... Continue...