Church Equip Events

Church Equip is a new initiative of the ERLC, seeking to train and equip churches—their pastors and members—regarding the ethical issues of the day. These events are scalable and easily tailored to address specific issues including, but not limited to:

• marriage • sexual ethics
• religious freedom • racial reconciliation
• human trafficking • environmentalism/
creation care
• Christians &
public policy
• reproductive technologies
• church ethics • immigration
• hunger • parenting
• abortion

A Church Equip event could include a time with church leaders to discuss ethical issues facing those in ministry, pulpit supply, panel discussions and/or a time of Q & A. Various members of the ERLC leadership team are available to lead your event, including:

Dr. Phillip Bethancourt
Dr. Barrett Duke
Dan Darling
Trillia Newbell
Andrew Walker

Please submit this form to let us know how the ERLC might partner with your church through a Church Equip event. If you are interested in booking an event with Dr. Russell Moore, please visit his website, russellmoore.com.

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