COVID-19 Resources from ERLC

Check out a host of resources for you and your church during this pandemic.

Many have referred to the coronavirus as “the great equalizer,” touting phrases like “The virus doesn’t discriminate” and “We’re all in this together.”    In some ways, this is true. The pandemic has revealed our shared humanity. No one is... Continue...

The coronavirus pandemic has brought up many conversations in our home about suffering. The children are hearing about sick people, job loss, and isolation. They know the disruption and disappointment in their own lives. Try as we might, we can’t... Continue...

WASHINGTON, D.C., May 22, 2020—Russell Moore, president of the Southern Baptist Convention’s Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission, released the following statement in response to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s new interim guidelines to communities of faith in light... Continue...

The current pandemic has caused grievous suffering all across the globe. How do we cope? We listen to the advice of those who have suffered before us. We lean into Scripture and the foundational truth that “for those who love... Continue...

It’s been two months now that most, if not all of us, have been under some kind of stay-at-home order or quarantine due to COVID-19. Though many states are starting to slowly loosen some restrictions, our circumstances will probably not return... Continue...

Our jobs help us serve the needs of our neighbors and lead to human flourishing, both for the individual and for communities. Conversely, not having a job can adversely affect the spiritual and psychological well-being of individuals and families. For... Continue...

Since the COVID-19 pandemic began to disrupt life in the United States several months ago, governments across the country have taken aggressive action to combat the spread of the coronavirus and mitigate its effects. At various points over the last... Continue...

College is supposed to be a time of freedom and discovery—finding new friends, developing a new lifestyle, exploring new interests. But now, most of us are back in our homes with our families. And while extended time with family may... Continue...

I dream about my old life. The coffee stops, neighborhood bonfires, and weekend trips. I never thought I’d admit this, but I’m dying for normal rhythms again. Banal as they seemed, I long for the days where you make a... Continue...

When things are difficult, one of the first things that Christians are prone to forget is how we are called to be a thankful people. Thankfulness is an active disposition of praise and gratefulness to God for who he is... Continue...