This ERLC podcast from Washington, DC is hosted by Chelsea Patterson Sobolik, the Director of Public Policy at the ERLC. Join Chelsea and her guests as they help Christians imagine a new way to engage in the public square.
David Jimenez on Second Chance Month
Dr. Rick Morton on how the Russian invasion of Ukraine impacts vulnerable children
David Curry on the most dangerous place in the world to be a Christian
Jeanne Mancini on the March for Life
Ambassador John Cotton Richmond on human trafficking, forced labor, and God’s call on his life to serve the most vulnerable (Part 2)
Ambassador John Cotton Richmond on human trafficking, forced labor, and God’s call on his life to serve the most vulnerable (Part 1)
I am so glad I found this podcast. It is intelligent, interesting and very relevant in helping Christians to think and speak well in the public square. I have learned so much about what is happening in Washington, America and globally in regards to issues I really care about. I also very much appreciate that the underlying heart of the ERLC in everything they stand for is upholding dignity for every human, as we are each made in the image of God. I’ve shared multiple episodes with family members and friends, and look forward to listening as each new episode is available. Thank you to the ERLC for all you are doing!
One of the podcast I wait for every week.
I love this podcast. It is always relevant and always makes me think about things from different perspectives. Thank you for all you guys do.
A Breath of Fresh Air
I have listened to ERLC's podcasts off and on for a couple of years now. With the election looming, it caused me to return here to get some insight, as I've always appreciated their voice. I just listened to the interview with Yuval Levin, and it helped me 1) acknowledge the lamenting that needed to be in place and 2) feel some hope in a despairing time. In an era when it's hard to know who to trust, I appreciate the guidance that ERLC provides. Thanks.