Resources on Race

John Piper has been a father in the faith to many through his online preaching ministry. He has stood faithfully for the authority and power of Scripture and has especially been a leading voice in matters pertains to racial unity.... Continue...

The shots that rang out 50 years ago in Memphis, Tenn., and killed Martin Luther King Jr. are unforgettable. They are also a marker in our nation’s evil past. But how has Memphis, specifically, been affected since that day? Cole Huffman,... Continue...

It’s tempting to look at the surface of the church and think that nothing is wrong. But Matt Chandler, a powerful evangelical voice, pointed out a serious problem in his talk “a house divided cannot stand: understanding and overcoming the... Continue...

Russell Moore has been burdened about racial justice since he was a young man. With the barrage of terrible events highlighting racial injustice in our country especially, the time is ripe to proclaim how the gospel speaks to this matter.... Continue...

The Lord is doing a work when it comes to race relations in the church. And the ERLC was privileged to be a small part of it at the MLK50 Conference, commemorating the 50 years since Martin Luther King Jr.’s... Continue...

Trillia Newbell is the author of the kids’ book God’s Very Good Idea, as well as Enjoy: Finding the Freedom to Delight Daily in God’s Good Gifts (2016), Fear and Faith: Finding the Peace Your Heart Craves (2015) and United:... Continue...

MEMPHIS, Tenn., April 4, 2018—Leaders of the MLK50: Gospel Reflections from the Mountaintop event announced today that more than $1.5 million dollars has been raised for the “MLK50 Dream Forward Scholarship Initiative,” that will allow Christian colleges and seminaries to... Continue...

In 1963, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. sat in a Birmingham jail and penned a “patient and reasonable” response to clergy who criticized his visit as “unwise and untimely.” Though these preachers weren’t in denial of racial injustices, they... Continue...

“I want to adopt from Africa.” The first time my wife said this, I secretly hoped that if I ignored it, she would move on to some other idea that was less threatening to me. She never moved on. So... Continue...