Columnist Will Anderson writes about a conversation he had with two homeless men that caused him to consider true accessibility versus the “accessibility” of social networks like Twitter and Facebook.
Looking at the need for validation that comes from all those like and retweet and favorite buttons on social media.
Kate Wise writes about her work in the social justice field, and applying her passion for others even in a 9-to-5 job.
MariJean Wegert writes about sharing coffee and community with a homeless man.
Jeff Goins writes for Reject Apathy about entering into community with the homeless and not turning away when it’s difficult.
Columnist Chris Foster, who lives in Cambodia with his wife, writes about how the people in his community take care of one another and don’t take things like clean water and electricity for granted.
Tone Hoeft writes about our constant desire for more and the need for intentional living.
Columnist Danielle Mayfield discusses Kelsey Timmerman’s book Where Am I Wearing? in light of researching sweatshops, consumerism and whether we depend on factory workers or they depend on us.
James Barnett, the founder of Clothe Your Neighbor as Yourself, writes about his experiences while traveling around the U.S. in his van and finding that neighbors can be further than just next-door.
Adam Bodendieck writes about his experience collecting clothes and distributing them to those living on the streets in St. Louis, Mo.
Chelsea Buhrman writes about her experience after asking a homeless woman to move into her home.
Danielle Mayfield blogs about how the media shaped her original perspective on the poor, and how believers must view the poor from Christ Himself.
How should we pick our clothes? Kelsey Timmerman provides some helpful shopping tips in his Where Am I Wearing blog for RELEVANT.
Chris Foster explores Year One in Cambodia and how the local church needs to help its community and not stand idly by in times of turmoil. Foster writes a Reject Apathy column for RELEVANT.