The 2015 ERLC Leadership Summit will address “The Gospel and Racial Reconciliation” to equip Christians to apply the gospel on these issues with convictional kindness in their communities, their families, and their churches.
Speakers include Daniel L. Akin, H.B. Charles, Robert P. George, D.A. Horton, Fred Luter, Russell Moore, Trillia Newbell, John Perkins, David Prince, Juan Sanchez, Kevin Smith, and Josh Smith.
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The 2015 ERLC Leadership Summit will address “The Gospel and Racial Reconciliation” to equip Christians to apply the gospel on these issues with convictional kindness in their communities, their families, and their churches. This event will be held in Nashville on March 26-27, 2015.
Recent events in Ferguson and with Eric Garner have reignited a national conversation about race in America. Are you and your church prepared to engage this important discussion and minister in your community? While our culture navigates complex questions about race, the Bible presents racial reconciliation as a gospel issue: our reconciliation with God through Jesus Christ should transform our relationships with others, regardless of their ethnicity.
When it comes to race, our churches must reflect the united kingdom of Christ more than the divided states of America. This conference will equip you and your church to do just that.
Join us at the ERLC Leadership Summit as we seek to explore what the gospel means for racial reconciliation in our churches and in our communities. Listen to great speakers, get answers to pressing questions at panel discussions, receive practical equipping on these issues, and discover how your church can be a beacon of hope, clarity, and restoration. Space is limited for this conference, so make plans to join us In Nashville on March 26-27, 2015.
The Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission is an entity of the Southern Baptist Convention. The ERLC is dedicated to engaging the culture with the gospel of Jesus Christ and speaking to issues in the public square for the protection of religious liberty and human flourishing. Our vision can be summed up in three words: kingdom, culture and mission.
Since its inception, the ERLC has been defined around a holistic vision of the kingdom of God, leading the culture to change within the church itself and then as the church addresses the world.
The ERLC has offices in Nashville, Tenn., and Washington, D.C.