Podcasts on Racial Reconciliation

Russell Moore and John Perkins discuss the Civil Rights Movement 50 years after Martin Luther King, Jr.  Continue...

Racial unity is an outworking of the gospel and should be a mark of the church. Yet, Christians continue to be filled with strife and tension over this issue. And it’s especially sad because it’s about more than a problem;... Continue...

Dr. Robert George is a respected scholar, thinker, and Christian leader. At the ERLC’s Leadership Summit, Dr. George gave a talk titled “Jesus Loves the Little Children: The Pro-Life Movement and Racial Reconciliation” in which he showed the connection between... Continue...

The theme of diversity is undeniable in the Bible. God never intended for us to be a monolithic people. Thabiti Anyabwile  addressed this issue in his message “The Image of God and Racial Reconciliation: A Biblical Theology of Kingdom Diversity” at... Continue...

What does embracing diversity as a church look like? At the ERLC Leadership Summit, Jim Richards helps us understand what it’s like to develop a church that looks like heaven. We hope this message gives you a vision for the... Continue...

How do we begin to change the status quo when the church is racially divided on Sunday mornings? At the ERLC Leadership Summit, pastor Fred Luter helped us uncover the root of this issue. Continue...

Media and pop culture play a large role in how racial issues in our country are portrayed. At the Leadership Summit, several guest including Trip Lee, Jason Cook, Robbie Seay, and David Prince gave their insight on how everything from... Continue...

At an ERLC event titled, “The Gospel and Racial Reconciliation,” Trillia Newbell gave a presentation titled, “United: Captured by God’s Vision for Diversity” that was born from her own experience with a close-knit group of friends. Be inspired and equipped... Continue...

In 2015, the ERLC hosted a much-needed Leadership Summit on “The Gospel and Racial Reconciliation.” Russell Moore gave an important keynote address titled “Black, and White, and Red All Over: Why Racial Reconciliation is a Gospel Issue.” Continue...

Recent events have left the people of the United States reeling and hurting. Violence and bloodshed has erupted on our streets, revealing the racial tension that still exists today. In 2015, the ERLC hosted a Leadership Summit to address the... Continue...