Study: Young Adults Are More Disengaged at Work Than Ever

Between the Great Resignation and “quiet quitting,” it’s no secret that young adults have mixed…

When You Have a Job You Don’t Love

I’ve always been somewhat uncomfortable with my Western privilege. I sometimes feel guilty that I…

No, Your Job Is Not Your Identity

You are not your job title. Your job does not define you. You are more…

The Pressure Of Success

Rebecca Mayer talks on the pressures of success and how it relates to faith.

Even If You Don’t Work for the Church, You Are ‘in the Ministry’

From the time we are old enough to form sentences, we are asked to articulate…

Seven Tips for Tough Financial Times

RELEVANT offers 7 tips to make it through this tough financial season with your sanity—and spirit—intact.

‘Finding Your Calling’ Doesn’t Need to Be So Hard

“Your profession is not what brings home your weekly paycheck. Your profession is what you’re…

Four Ways to Find Your Dream Job

The world has fundamentally changed since the great recession of 2008. In 2013 alone, 77…

Where God’s Purpose and Your Passion Meet

You know that feeling when you look back at what you wanted to be when you were five (doctor, ballerina, rocket scientist) and where you are now—working the late shift, paying rent and overwhelmed by the prospect of what’s next? Dan Miller has something to say to you.

Jon Acuff on Unlocking Your Potential

Jon Acuff knows what it’s like when it feels as if your mind is going…

What to Do When You’re Waiting for a Job You Love

Most millennials don’t love their jobs. According to a Gallup poll, “Only 29 percent of…

Do Your Career Choices Show You Trust in God or Yourself?

Knowledge and education are vital to surviving in our world. At young ages, we are…

How the Spiritual Side of Money Adds Up

Dave Ramsey writes for RELEVANT about how our finances have a spiritual component of discipline that can trap us or help us lead a moral life.

How to Work From Home Without Losing Your Mind

It sounded like a good idea to work at home, fantastic even. I could get…

‘God Doesn’t Call the Equipped, He Equips the Called’ and Other Half-Truths

Editor’s Note: The following is an edited excerpt from Bryan Dik’s Redeeming Work Faith-work integration…

Work and the Example of Jesus

 “Everyday, I’m hustling.” “Hustle until you no longer have to introduce yourself.” “Good things come…

Don’t Overthink Your Calling.

I’ve read the story of Jonah and the whale probably dozens of times. It’s one…

6 Career Mistakes Every Millennial Should Avoid

A majority of my time at work is spent working with extremely high-caliber college student…

The Skills Every Twentysomething Needs to Learn

Stop for a moment and think of 16-year-old you. Embarrassed? Blushing? Maybe, at that time,…

Stop Your Identity Crisis Before It Starts

“Who am I?” is one of the simplest questions to ask and one of the hardest to answer. If you want to be the best person you can be, here’s 3 things you need to know.

Do I have to decide between my passion and a paycheck?

Many of us are asking three questions today in regard to our work: Should I…

When Business Gets Personal

You’ve done it before—accidentally hit the “reply all” button, missed a deadline, said the wrong thing at the wrong time right in front of your boss. How do we respond and recover from our professional mess-ups and mishaps?

Committing—After the Adventure is Over

Fresh out of college, I wanted to change the world…But I was rudely disappointed. Instead, all I got were spreadsheets, trips to our Georgia headquarters, and a new, shiny, $500 Dell laptop. Hardly the adventure I expected…but then I realized the adventure is not the point.

The Fear and Hope of Job Hunting

Derek N. Stavem writes about the fear and uncertainty of job hunting—and the comfort of knowing God is with you through it.

An Education in Meat?

The RELEVANT Magazine Graduate Guide Slices includes a piece about offbeat master’s degrees, like a degree in meat science.

7 Career Lessons from Jim Halpert

Tracy Lytwyn shares valuable lessons she learned about starting your career from The Office.

The Myth of Financial Freedom

Ben Stevens writes about our misconceptions of financial freedom and what Jesus would really desire us to consider with our spending.

Quarter-Life Shipwreck

Christin Taylor writes about the inevitable reality-checks every 20-something experiences, and how she journeyed through hers.

Who do You Think You Are?

Ericka Spradley writes about how the greatest obstacle in our personal careers is usually our own thinking.

Providing for Our Pipe Dreams

CJ Casciotta writes for RELEVANT about how our entrepreneurial generation is creatively using community to provide for their pipe dreams.

Finding Meaning In Your Workplace

Michael Mahan writes a blog for RELEVANT on the topic of finding meaning in the workplace.

More Thoughts from the Frontier

Amy Byrd writes a blog for RELEVANT about being a modern woman who is conquering a modern-day frontier.

The Modern-Day Frontier Woman

Amy Byrd writes a blog for RELEVANT about being a modern day frontier woman; that is, how women are blazing a new trail heretofore unexplored by women.

From the Mag: 9 Months to Get Your Life Together

RELEVANT covers the transition into parenthood and getting your life together on the way.

Coming Home in a Big Place

I left home this time last year, after living my entire life near Albany and…

The Idea of Home

Last year I filled out three state income tax forms. One for Minnesota, where I…

When I Grow Up

I always knew what I wanted to be when I grew up—it just changed regularly.…

Mid-20s Crisis

In normal circumstances a mid-life crisis is what happens to older balding businessmen when they…

Shopaholics Anonymous

I have conquered and contributed greatly to the economies of shopping havens like Paris, London,…

The Best Years Of Our Lives

I can’t remember how many times I have had someone just a few years older…