Founder Cameron Strang shares more about the ninth anniversary of RELEVANT, the March 2012 issue and how the magazine has expanded to multi-platform publishing.
In part five of our series on Christian engagement in politics, Jonathan Merritt explains why he resists partisanship.
Christopher Esposito-Bernard on how the basketball star and outspoken Christian has set the stage for a vital discussion about racial reconciliation.
Part four in our series on Christian engagement in politics.
As we continue our series on Christian engagement in politics, David Masciotra shares why the call for compassion leads him to embrace Democratic ideology:
In part two of our series looking at Christian engagement in politics, Matthew Lee Anderson explains his conservative convictions.
Caryn Dahlstrand Rivadeneira comments on the surge of Ron Paul supporters and why so many Christians now identify with Libertarian philosophy.
Cameron Strang, founder of RELEVANT, takes readers behind the January 2012 issue.
Ed Gungor writes about the role religion should play in our voting decisions and if faith ensures a credible candidate.
Sarah Bessey writes about how the Occupy Wall Street movement can encourage all of us in accountability.
Brett McCracken writes about Occupy Wall Street as a representation of an entitled generation.
Charles Dean comments on political candidates claiming their campaign is a divine calling and how we can truly discern God’s voice.
Eugene Cho weighs in on Troy Davis, capital punishment and justice.
RELEVANT founder Cameron Strang on how our generation can make an impact on the future.
Matthew Paul Turner writes an op-ed for RELEVANT about the Christian approach to modesty and why it might be lacking.