Logan Mehl-Laituri writes a blog for RELEVANT about how to filter our American citizenship through the identity of our Christian witness.
RELEVANT looks back at its 50 issues, looking at how far we’ve come and how much farther we have to go.
Rachel Held Evans writes a feature for RELEVANT about our tendency to edit out any part of life that makes us uncomfortable or forces us to face hard truths.
Cameron Strang writes a blog for RELEVANT about New Years resolutions and why integrity may be the most important resolution for our generation.
Jonathan Merritt writes and op-ed for RELEVANT about the Pope’s recent comments on condoms and their role in the fight against HIV/AIDS and what it teaches us about making our theology practical.
Camerong Strang’s First Word from the Nov/Dec 2010 issue of RELEVANT looks at how most of God’s callings aren’t easy and require sacrifice.
In an excerpt from God’s Politics reprinted on RELEVANT, Jim Wallis examines how Christians should think about voting in light of the fact that God is neither a Republican nor a Democrat.
RELEVANT publisher Cameron Strang writes about his experience in Haiti, how RELEVANT can help and how we’re cooperating with Convoy of Hope to make a difference.
Morna Murray and Jay Richards continue their conversation and debate about health care reform, discussing the pros and cons of the recently-passed bill.
Cole NeSmith writes an article for RELEVANT about our conception of Jesus and masculinity.
Dr. Myles Monroe responds to the statements by Pat Robertson
Donald Miller writes a blog for RELEVANT responding to Pat Robertson’s comments about the Haitian earthquake catastrophe.
Jonathan Merritt writes a feature for RELEVANT calling for discourse and civility in our political discussions instead of anger.
RELEVANT wonders what will be accomplished at this week’s United Nations Climate Summit at Copenhagen. Will they remember the most vulnerable among us?
RELEVANT founder and CEO Cameron Strang writes about waiting on God in his—and his wife’s—life.