Resources in News and Culture

In an unprecedented move, Hong Kong canceled the annual vigil held in honor of the victims killed by the Chinese military at a 1989 pro-democracy protest in Tiananmen Square. Today marks the 31st anniversary of the tragedy.    This decision... Continue...

Last week, the U.S. Department of Education (DOE) issued a letter addressing a “transgender participation” policy adopted by a high school athletic conference and multiple school districts in the state of Connecticut. The “Revised Transgender Participation Policy” adopted by the... Continue...

Like many Americans this week, my sleep has been interrupted by deep anguish of the soul. Over this past year, God has directed me to study his Word by tracing the theme of sorrow and lament. Lament literally means “an... Continue...

Later this week, the Southern Baptist Convention will host an event, SBC Advance, designed to tell “the story of what God is doing through our churches,” according to Ronnie Floyd, president of the SBC Executive Committee. Likewise, SBC President J.D.... Continue...

As stay-at-home orders went into effect throughout our nation in March, I was encouraged to see many pastors take to social media. They sent video updates to their people about the shift to online services and digital discipleship. They were... Continue...

ERLC President Russell Moore joins the roundtable to catch up with Jeff Pickering, Chelsea Patterson Sobolik, and Travis Wussow, on some of the big stories in American life from the past three months. This episode is sponsored by The Good... Continue...

In this episode, Josh, Lindsay, and Brent recap the Memorial Day weekend, discuss coronavirus milestones, George Floyd’s death, rising home sales in America, CDC guidelines for churches, cicadas, and KFC testing a chicken sandwich. Lindsay also gives a rundown of... Continue...

What is happening with the U.S. announcement on Hong Kong and China? Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced on Wednesday his report to Congress the U.S. State Department’s determination that “Hong Kong is no longer autonomous from China, given facts... Continue...

When the COVID-19 affects began in early March, nationwide mental health needs dramatically increased. The Disaster Distress Helpline, a resource for people experiencing a mental health crisis, saw an 891% increase when comparing March 2019 to March 2020. Prescriptions for... Continue...

The Christian life is never easy. Growing up in the church, I was told constantly that living as a Christian would be challenging, but I didn't really know what form those challenges would take. As a believer, you are called... Continue...