The world is gray again. There seems to be no point in loving, in believing, in giving – not when everything you touch dies anyhow. And doesn’t it? That’s how…
“Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they will be filled.” Righteousness—isn’t that what the really loud preachers are always talking about? And the people you know…
The people who have it all together are the very people we don’t relate to, envy or even resent. So why do we spend so much time editing photos, carefully constructing bios and perfecting our profile to be exactly what we want others to see? And what would happen if we didn’t?
It’s only human to want to do something great, and make a huge impact. But where do these desires come from, and what are they getting in the way of?
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.
Jessica Edgerton writes a column for RELEVANT about how she has tried to move from distracted prayer to a simple prayer than can change everything.
Why Pentecost marks the beginning of new life.
David Bibee on smoking and other vices that rely on a creation rather than a Creator.
Kurt Willems on why spiritual tweets and posts are no substitute for an offline relationship with God.
Jordan Davis observes how Jesus rarely helped those who did not want to be helped.
Crystal Loveless on sleepless nights, worry and trusting for the rest only God can give.
Marcus Hathcock on Holy Saturday and how waiting for the resurrection builds faith.
Casey Hobbs wonders about the meaning of the claim that Jesus descended into hell and the implications of God experiencing our godlessness.
Esther Baird illustrates the connection between Jesus appearing to Mary in the garden and Adam and Eve’s failure in the Garden of Eden.