Forgiveness Isn’t Supposed to be Easy

I had played this day out in my head for what seemed like forever. Hypothetical…

Reconciling Isn’t the Same as Forgiving

Naturally, people don’t like to (and, frankly, don’t want to) forgive. We want to hold…

The Scientific Case for Forgiveness

The Bible makes me think Jesus was obsessed with forgiveness. He never stopped talking about…

An Encounter With The Cross

“He himself bore our sins in his body on the tree, that we might die…

Church Is Supposed to Be Messy

A few weeks ago after moving into our new house I had to make one…

What Christians Can Learn from the Wheaton College Controversy

Since December, Wheaton College has been

3 Lies Porn Tells You

Three years into our marriage, my wife, Trisha, woke up in the middle of the…

What Are the Real Red Flags in Dating?

Relationships are messy, and even messier when you’re not sure if a personality trait, character issue or habit in your date is something that should concern you about your future together—or not. Here are the real red flags you need to watch out for—and they may surprise you.

Are You a Hoarder?

Brittany Johnson on why you don’t have to live in a house full of junk to be held back by hoarding.

When You’re the One in the Wrong

K.L. Yeatman on taking the blame and seeking forgiveness.

The Space Between Abba and Daddy

Todd Morrison shares the difficulty of seeing God as Father when his relationship with his own father was so tumultuous.

Around the World in 334 Days

Author Curt Devine writes an article for RELEVANT about his time on the World Race, and what God is doing around the world.

Should Christians Celebrate the Death of Osama bin Laden?

Jonathan Merritt writes an article for RELEVANT about the Christian response to the death of terrorist mastermind Osama bin Laden.

Finding Forgiveness on Bones

Rachel Decker writes a column for RELEVANT about how a recent episode of the hit show Bones taught a lesson about our motivations for forgiveness.

Keeping Our Stories Straight

Columnist Krispin Mayfield considers Christ-followers’ identity as members of the Kingdom of God in light of seeing images of war depicted in stained glass at an air force base chapel.

Forgive Us, For We Know Not What We Do

Chris Bernard writes a blog for RELEVANT about forgiveness, and how he has yet to find reconciliation with his father.

Real Leadership (4 of 4)

This is the final installment of a four part series on servant-leadership. There are three…

Humbling Experience In Italy #476: Getting Lost While Skiing In The Alps

So, I’m out of my comfort zone. I am a nanny in Italy where I…


I am the king of excuses I’ve got one for every selfish thing I do…