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The ERLC publishes a legislative agenda at the beginning of each year to outline the issues and policies we will focus on in our work in Washington, D.C. to serve Southern Baptists and advance the common good. The ERLC policy... Continue...

Our society has a lot to say about marriage and womanhood, but how much of it is biblical and helpful? Trillia Newbell, Nicole Lino, Donna Gaines, Jani Ortlund, and Cami Bethancourt candidly talked about this in their panel, Loving Wife,... Continue...

Many people shy away from politics because of a lack of understanding or disillusionment. But the political arena is important for many causes. At our Evangelicals for Life conference, Travis Wussow moderated a discussion between Tim Goeglein, Charles Camosy, Denise... Continue...

Infertility is one of the hardest things a couple can walk through, and it’s often experienced alone. It’s often misunderstood and others are fearful to address the subject. So, at our National Conference, Elizabeth Graham, Matt Arbo, Lauren McAfee, Nicole... Continue...

The 2018 ERLC interns join Jeff Pickering to talk about their experience in D.C. The group discusses their favorite policy projects, memorable meetings on Capitol Hill, and laughable moments at the Leland House. Our internship program exists to prepare students... Continue...

Marriage and romantic relationships are severely misunderstood in our society. Sadly, they’ve been robbed of their God-ordained meaning. At our National Conference, Matt Chandler joined us to talk about this topic in his message “The Mingling of Souls.” Continue...

For this special two part series, we bring you ERLC president Dr. Russell Moore teaching on Christian ethics. These lectures were recorded live in Washington, D.C.. at the ERLC Academy on the Hill events earlier in 2018. In part one,... Continue...

For this special two part series, we bring you ERLC president Dr. Russell Moore teaching on Christian ethics. These lectures were recorded live in Washington, D.C., at the ERLC Academy on the Hill events earlier in 2018. In part one,... Continue...

It’s a sobering reality when we realize that the parents who raised us need us to care for them because of advanced age. As Christians, it’s unacceptable to turn our backs on those who are needly and vulnerable. Lindsay Nicolet,... Continue...

In 2018 our nation said goodbye to four American heroes. This week we mourn the passing of the 41st President of the United States, George H.W. Bush. He was preceded in death this year by his wife of 73 years... Continue...