Resources by Russell Moore

Russell Moore is president of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, the moral concern and public policy entity of the nation's largest protestant denomination. He is a frequent cultural commentator, an ethicist and theologian by background, and an ordained Southern Baptist minister. Moore is author of several books, including Onward: Engaging the Culture without Losing the Gospel. A native Mississippian, he and his wife Maria are the parents of five sons.

Aug 31, 2015

Truth and Culture

Session 2

Series: 2015 For The Church Conference

Dr. Russell Moore leads session two at The For The Church Conference on the Truth and Culture.

Jun 15, 2015

Russell Moore on The Mission of the Church

Has the mission of the mission of the church changed?

"Given the growing cultural hostility to Christianity, has the mission of the mission of the church changed?"

Feb 24

Russell Moore on the Culture War by Russell Moore

Series: Conversations

If conservatives have lost the culture war and the American church is in decline, what is there for evangelicals to be encouraged by?

Jun 15, 2015

Russell Moore on Preparing a Church for Today's Culture

What are some practical things local churches should do to be prepared to be on mission in the new "exile?”

What are some practical things local churches should do to be prepared to be on mission in the new "exile?”

Jun 13, 2016

Russell Moore on How Political A Pastor Should Get With His Flock by Russell Moore

Series: Conversations

Russell Moore answers the question: How political should a local church pastor get with his flock?

Jun 20, 2016

Russell Moore on Abstaining from Votes

Is it a sin to abstain from certain votes?

Series: Conversations

We asked Dr. Russell Moore, president of the ERLC, "Is it a sin to abstain from certain votes?"

Jun 15, 2016

One Thing: Russell Moore

What is the one thing the local church needs to get right in the 21st century?

Series: One Thing

FTC.CO asks Dr. Russell Moore, "What is the one thing the local church needs to get right in the 21st century?"