Resources on Racial Reconciliation

Racial unity is an outworking of the gospel and should be a mark of the church. Yet, Christians continue to be filled with strife and tension over this issue. And it’s especially sad because it’s about more than a problem;... Continue...

Last week, nearly 4,000 attendees joined us in Memphis for MLK50: Gospel Reflections from the Mountaintop, as we remembered the the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and considered the future of gospel-shaped racial unity. Of all the events the ERLC... Continue...

"I wanted the world to see what they did to my baby." - Mamie Till-Mobley​ Wrapped in a bronze-colored metal lattice, with a structure fashioned after the three-tiered crowns used in Yoruban art from West Africa, the National Museum of... Continue...

Free, downloadable bulletin insert for use by your church on Racial Reconciliation Sunday. Continue...

This is the final post in a two-part series. You can read the first part here. What does the call to action for racial reconciliation mean for us as believers in general and what might that mean for us at... Continue...

This is the first part in a two-part series. The year I began college was a year of international unrest, national anxiety, and angst. It was also the year that I began to understand that the dream of Martin Luther... Continue...

WASHINGTON (BP) — For two United States senators, a solution to America's racial division could start simply with a meal in a home. Sens. James Lankford of Oklahoma and Tim Scott of South Carolina are continuing to promote the Solution... Continue...

Dr. Robert George is a respected scholar, thinker, and Christian leader. At the ERLC’s Leadership Summit, Dr. George gave a talk titled “Jesus Loves the Little Children: The Pro-Life Movement and Racial Reconciliation” in which he showed the connection between... Continue...

Steven Harris moderates a panel discussion with Trillia Newbell, Rachel Metzger, Jason Paredes, Byron Day, and Ashfin Ziafat on raising children who will embrace God's plan for racial unity and reconciliation.  Continue...

The Bible was central to the thought, rhetoric, and development of the Civil Rights Movement. This was influenced by the essential role of black churches and preachers in the organization of the movement. Not only was the movement characterized by... Continue...