Resources on Racial Reconciliation

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...

Easy comes the belief that, "all is well," as long as there are no disadvantages or harms levied against my family, my party, my tribe, my faith, my community. So long as those we love are not in harm's way,... Continue...

Yesterday evening I drove down to Dallas Love Field to pick up my mother from the airport.  As I drove back to Frisco, we talked in disbelief about the egregious and senseless taking of lives that we have seen in... Continue...

ST. LOUIS, Mo.—The Southern Baptist Convention, America’s largest Protestant denomination, passed a resolution at its annual meeting today calling for Southern Baptist churches to discontinue displaying the Confederate flag as a “sign of solidarity of the whole Body of Christ.”... Continue...

WHEREAS, SBC President Ronnie Floyd has rallied Southern Baptists to “rise up and cry out against racism that still exists in our nation and in our churches,” recognizing we are in a “desperate hour” that calls us to “replace these... Continue...

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In the kingdom of God, it is not us against them. The problem of racism stretches back as far humanity’s origin in the book of Genesis. Brother pitted against brother, tribe against tribe––people have warred against one another, fueled by contempt for racial... Continue...

President of Oklahoma Baptist University, Dr. David Whitlock, announced last month a decision to remove a small stained glass panel containing an image of the confederate flag from one of its chapel windows. The panel appeared among other symbols relevant... Continue...

From the 2015 ERLC Leadership Summit on "The Gospel and Racial Reconciliation" Continue...