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Four Ways You Can Be Better With Your Money

Chances are, there have been a few times in your life that you’ve prayed the…

Three Out of Four Christians Now Believe in the Prosperity Gospel

A rising number of Christians are leaning into prosperity gospel theology. A new study from…

The New Rules For Saving Money

It’s possible you were raised in a home that had a healthy mentality about money.…

The Average Millennial Has Over $78,000 of Debt

What would you be willing to give up to achieve financial freedom? A recent survey…

Where God’s Purpose and Your Passion Meet

You know that feeling when you look back at what you wanted to be when you were five (doctor, ballerina, rocket scientist) and where you are now—working the late shift, paying rent and overwhelmed by the prospect of what’s next? Dan Miller has something to say to you.

Is It Wrong to Want More Money?

In today’s world, it seems like everyone is always chasing after more money. We’re bombarded…

How to Be Generous Even If You’re Broke

God calls us to be generous. But what if you’re broke, barely making it through…

Americans Would Rather Get an “IRS” Tattoo or Clean Prison Toilets Than Deal With Their Taxes

Tax season — you either love it, or you’re a normal person! There’s obviously worse…

Study: Mean People Save More Money

Are you tired of being a pushover when it comes to your finances? Well, it…

Five Lies We Believe About Money

Understanding how finances work is a key step in truly accessing financial peace in our…

Stewardship Isn’t Just About Money

There’s an old story that goes something like this: A rich guy goes on a…

Does God Care About Football?

Chad Gibbs writes about football for RELEVANT, specifically how he thinks Christians ought to think about their love of football in light of their love for guide.

Financial Tips Every Young Adult Should Hear

We have all heard the rhetoric from a whole host of financial advisors, best-selling authors…

Five Money Mistakes to Avoid During the Holiday Season

Let me guess, your to holiday to-do list is 427 feet long already. The calendar…

Is It Wrong to Ask God For Money?

I hate money. I hate it because typically, I don’t have enough of it. I…

What I Wish Someone Would Have Said When I Was Drowning in Debt

Blue dust-specked light streamed down from the side screens covered with lyrics to one of…

The Danger of ‘Convenient’ Generosity

A few years ago, I discovered crowdfunding websites, and I’ll admit, I thought they were…

4 Ways the Modern Church Looks Nothing Like the Early Church

I often hear Christians say that we should be more like the early church. And…

What Would Happen if the Church Tithed?

The church of today is not great at at giving. This isn’t exactly news, but…

Why Do Christians Make Debt Such a Big Deal?

It’s no secret that millennials are in debt—some even claim it as a defining characteristic…

Is Consumerism Consuming Us?

Recognizing that we all have the potential to become consumer gluttons.

How the Spiritual Side of Money Adds Up

Dave Ramsey writes for RELEVANT about how our finances have a spiritual component of discipline that can trap us or help us lead a moral life.

Andy Stanley: There’s More to Tithing Than Giving 10%

I was taught from an early age to give God 10 percent of everything. That…

How Would Jesus Spend?

You have a natural relationship with the way you handle money, which I call your…

How Much Money Should Christians Have?

Last year, not long after selling his game to Microsoft for $2.5 billion, the creator…

What’s Really Holding Us Back from Giving

You’ve probably heard of generosity projects, like a church handing out a hundred bucks to…

19 Quotes That Will Change Your View of Money

In an era of credit cards, mortgages, student loans and car payments, handling money is…

Why the 4-Hour Spiritual Life Doesn’t Work

“Maybe the question should be, ‘What Would Tim Ferriss Do?’” Lizzie laughed. We were somewhere…

3 Things Your Parents Never Taught You About Adulthood

If who we are is shaped by where we’ve been, then maybe our parents have shaped our adult lives more than we might think. Here’s what we can learn from what they didn’t tell us about growing up.

The Divine Economy

Things can get complicated when we start to worry about money—and when we fret about how we are going to divide our paycheck between student debt, rent, bills and splurging now and then (or, more often then we’d like to admit). Here’s what one woman learned by going back to the basics when it came to her bank statement.

When Business Gets Personal

You’ve done it before—accidentally hit the “reply all” button, missed a deadline, said the wrong thing at the wrong time right in front of your boss. How do we respond and recover from our professional mess-ups and mishaps?

My car broke down and I’d really like to get a new one. What factors should I consider in this decision?


Consider these three factors before purchasing a vehicle. First, a car should be considered transportation,…

Tips for Saving Some Cash

The RELEVANT Magazine Graduate Guide Slices includes a piece about small ways to save big.

7 Career Lessons from Jim Halpert

Tracy Lytwyn shares valuable lessons she learned about starting your career from The Office.

A Smarter Way to Do Black Friday

Rachel Cruze shares 7 ways to use money wisely and maintain sanity on Black Friday.

Occupy Wall Street: A Greater Purpose

Sarah Bessey writes about how the Occupy Wall Street movement can encourage all of us in accountability.

The Myth of Financial Freedom

Ben Stevens writes about our misconceptions of financial freedom and what Jesus would really desire us to consider with our spending.

How Should We Tithe?

William Walker writes a blog for RELEVANT about the need to tithe, but why that might look different than what we’ve grown accustomed to.

Finding Meaning In Your Workplace

Michael Mahan writes a blog for RELEVANT on the topic of finding meaning in the workplace.

The Trap of More

Tone Hoeft writes about our constant desire for more and the need for intentional living.