How do we develop a pro-life message? Kelly Rosati moderated a discussion between Kathryn Jean Lopez, D.J. Jordan, Alison Centofante, and Herbie Newell on this issue at the Evangelicals for Life 2018 Conference in Washington D.C.
This week on the ERLC Podcast, Senator James Lankford discusses the importance of pro-life policy and human dignity in the political arena at the 2018 Evangelicals for Life Conference in Washington, DC.
How can parents have hope and peace even in the midst of pain, loss, and suffering? Nancy Guthrie tells the story of how she lost two of her children after only six months due to a rare genetic disorder.
How do ministry leaders balance Christian minsitry work with parenting and family life? Daniel Patterson is joined by Nicole Lino, Lauren Chandler, Micah Fries, and Halim Suh to talk about ministry work, parenting, family life, and their callings. The panelists, who all serve as pastors and ministry leaders, share personal stories and explain how they balance their calling in ministry with their calling as husbands, wives, and parents.
Some of the most difficult questions currently facing the American Church involve how to deal with racial tension. Collin Hansen, Christina Edmondson, Justin Giboney, Juan Sanchez, and Benjamin Watson face some of those questions head on in a panel discussion at our MLK50 conference. We pray that open discussion of these hard issues leaves you feeling better equipped to promote unity and peace.
Peering at the present state of racial relations within the church can leave one feeling discouraged. But, as Christians, we know that He who is in us is greater than he who is in the world. With this hope, Phillip Bethancourt, Don Carson, H.B. Charles, Crawford Loritts, Afshin Ziafat, and Beth Moore discussed the future of evangelicals and racial unity at our MLK50 conference. We pray this message encourages you.
Martin Luther King Jr. has been gone for 50 years now, but his legacy still lives on in those who shared his same passion and walked the hard road with him. Jason Cook moderated a panel of those involved on the ground of the Civil Rights Movement including John Perkins, Melvin Charles Smith, James Netters, and Beverly Robertson during the MLK50 conference. We hope this episode gives you a greater love and commitment to your neighbors.
Jason Cook went to school and pastored in some of the most segregated areas in the South. And he’s currently on staff at a racially diverse church in Memphis, TN. So when he talks about race and ministry, we should pay attention. Listen in as he asks the question, “Should we give up on multi-ethnic ministry?”
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. At MLK50, he preached a message from Colossians titled “The glory of God and racial unity,” showing how this has always been God’s plan.