Joe Terrell writes a blog for RELEVANT about the lessons he learned from a breakup—and how it was a call for him to get closer to God.
Tracy Le on how Pinterest and imagining the perfect wedding can often distract from the sacredness of a marriage union.
Akshay Rajkumar writes about meeting his wife, subverting the stereotypes of love and marriage and how conflict keeps their relationship strong.
Amanda Salmon explores the motivations for keeping tabs on former friends or lovers and how to quit creeping.
Curt Devine comments on the tendency to compare a relationship with Jesus to a relationship with a significant other.
Lauren Edwards takes a comedic and honest look at the idealized romance of Disney classics.
Renee Fisher addresses common Christian relationship cliches—and why they are never helpful.
Fabienne Harford writes about surrendering control of her relationship status.
Max Dubinsky writes about God’s timing for relationships and how we often waste our time as a single person.
Fabienne Harford explains why the pain of lacking physical intimacy may be one of the biggest blessings in her life.
Tor Constantino writes a blog for RELEVANT listing seven keys to fighting well in a relationship.
Fabienne Harford writes about the loneliness that accompanies being single, and how it does not equate rejection.
Jake and Melissa Kircher write a column for RELEVANT about the rules of attraction within a committed relationship and how to appreciate beauty without letting your eye and mind wander.
Melissa Reinke writes for RELEVANT on why more and more people are remaining single longer—and why that’s not a bad thing.
Debra Fileta writes for RELEVANT about what to consider before you call off a break-up.