Where Are the Candidates on Climate Change?

Recently, both presidential candidates have kept quiet about their views on climate change. In his debut column, Ben Lowe says that’s a problem.

Pentecost Was Sunday?

Why Pentecost marks the beginning of new life.

Rethink Everything

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.

Be the Change You Want to See

Cameron Strang, founder of RELEVANT, takes readers behind the January 2012 issue.

The David Crowder Band: A Retrospective, Part 1

As the David Crowder Band approaches its end, band member Mike Hogan reflects on how the band started, the lessons they learned and where they’ll go now in this two-part series.

Who We Are … Not What We’ll Become

RELEVANT founder Cameron Strang on how our generation can make an impact on the future.

Rejecting Apathy

Cameron Strang, founder and CEO of RELEVANT, explains the vision for REJECT APATHY and why it’s so important that we take action.

Just One of Thousands in Joplin

Austin Sailsbury writes a column for REJECT APATHY about his trip to tornado-ravaged Joplin, Mo., and one family’s incredible story.

God Still Uses Boring Testimonies

Dan Macy writes for RELEVANT about how you don’t have to have a rough past to have a powerful testimony.

In Dog Years, We’d Be 49

Cameron Strang writes a column for RELEVANT looking back at the past 7 years of the magazine and looking forward to what the future might bring for RELEVANT.