Resources on Cultural Engagement

In 1996, I was a 30-year-old committed Christian and husband who had struggled with same-sex attraction for as long as I could remember. I began researching homosexuality in hopes that I would find something to help me. In my search,... Continue...

How do we engage the culture in a way that honors Jesus? The short answer is conversational apologetics. That means helping others reconnect the eternal with the everyday by walking with them the distance from where they are to where... Continue...

ERLC National Conference Full video: Russell Moore and Ben Sasse via Facebook Live Hurricane Harvey Southern Baptist Disaster Relief, Hurricane Harvey From the Flooded Grounds of Houston - Jeff Medders How to help victims of Hurricane Harvey - ERLC Continue...

John Stonestreet explains how parents can equip their kids to navigate the challenging issues in today's culture, and shares some practical advice for raising kids in the complex world we live in.  Continue...

I was born and raised in Panama City, Fla. Like most teenagers, I spent my summers working at mini-golf venues and condominiums along the World’s Most Beautiful Beaches. I was fresh out of high school when MTV was pushed out... Continue...

Many Christians retreat from the cultures around them because they’re afraid of compromising. But at the ERLC’s National Conference, J.D. Greear, in his talk How Can Churches Engage the Public Square without Compromising the Gospel?, gives us wisdom about being... Continue...

There are all kinds of symptoms of a dying church, but there is one primary cause for demise—losing relevance in the local community. Scattered across metro Atlanta are church buildings that once were filled with congregants being nourished with God’s... Continue...

Many pastors are afraid to speak to cultural issues, which is a detriment to the flock they’re shepherding. More importantly, there’s a lack of discipleship that trains Christians to think biblically about the issues of our neighborhoods. A panel of... Continue...

There’s a lot of talk about those in their 20’s and 30’s, more commonly known as “Millennials.” Stereotypes often pit these young adults as lazy and incompetent. But at the ERLC’s National Conference, a panel of trusted leaders speaks to... Continue...