Discipling Your Church for a World in Sexual Crisis

Every day, we’re faced with new challenges as our society bombards us with content, entertainment, and messages that challenge a faithful understanding of the biblical sexual ethic. It’s easy to feel overwhelmed as we walk through what seems like uncharted territory.

But no matter what we face in our ever-shifting culture, God’s design for human sexuality has never changed. Through it all, the redemptive message of the Gospel still calls us to a more beautiful picture of sexuality than the world could ever imagine, one rooted in how God made us uniquely as men and women in his very image. How do we communicate the biblical sexual ethic in our highly secularized context — an ethic rooted in the unchanging truth of God’s word and the unwavering grace which none of us deserve?

This recording of an ERLC event on June 7, 2022 will equip you to disciple your church for a world in sexual crisis.

Andrew T. Walker

Andrew T. Walker is Associate Professor of Christian Ethics at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and a Fellow with The Ethics and Public Policy Center. Read More

Dean Inserra

Dean Inserra is the founding and lead pastor of CITYCHURCH in Tallahassee, where he leads the vision and preaching. Dean graduated from Liberty University and attended Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. He holds a MA in Theological Studies from Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and is pursuing a D.Min from Southern … Read More

Jason Thacker

Jason Thacker serves as a research fellow focusing on Christian ethics, human dignity, public theology, and technology. He also leads the ERLC Research Institute. He is the author or editor of several books including The Age of AI, Following Jesus in a Digital Age, and The Digital Public Square. In addition to his … Read More

Katie McCoy

Katie McCoy serves as director of Women’s Ministry at Texas Baptists (Baptist General Convention of Texas). She holds a Ph.D. from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, where she previously served on faculty. Read More by this Author