A few weeks ago after moving into our new house I had to make one last visit to our apartment office to turn in our keys. I walked in but…
Am I a good person? Underneath the complexities of life’s many paths lies this small question. And there it remains, quietly weaving itself into our pursuit of jobs, careers, relationships…
Half way into my story, I had a choice to make. How was I going to finish it? There were many details I could choose from, and not all of…
You’ve heard of slow food … but an experience at a friend’s church causes Anne Jackson to consider the surprising beauty of slow faith.
Deconstructing the common post-missions-trip phrase, “We came to serve them, but they really served us.”
REJECT APATHY columnist Kristin Bruce writes about helping women stuck in the sex industry in Thailand and being gracious to the johns who participate, for they are fooled into an illusion.
Jordan Ekeroth concludes his article for RELEVANT about being addicted to video games and what he learned from the experience.
Jeremy Caruthers on the human tendency to categorize things—and why we shouldn’t do this to people.
Sean Bess writes about how even the greatest in the faith have questioned their salvation, and how to examine your heart when doubts arise.
Whether we realize it or not, we’re all people of the second chance. At many points in our lives, we’ve been given a second chance when we didn’t deserve it.…
Jonathan Merritt writes an article for RELEVANT about the Christian response to the death of terrorist mastermind Osama bin Laden.
Lynn Snuggs writes a column for RELEVANT about how the Church has failed to accurately portray the message of God’s love, in light of our sin.
Christy Gualtieri writes a blog for RELEVANT about the show Intervention and what it can show us about God’s relentless pursuit of us and His grace.
Colin Kerr writes a blog for RELEVANT wondering why God doesn’t disavow people who misuse His name, and realizes that we all do so.