According to a tweet I saw from RELEVANT, Billy Graham’s website recently removed “Mormonism” from its list of cults. All silliness involved with cult-listing aside, when we start changing our…
With just over two months to go before the election, most sane people are thoroughly sick of the propaganda, the spin, the accusations and the dishonest rhetoric that we’re being…
I was excited to share with you all this week the joy of marrying Medina this two week ago. With 190 friends and family, he had a beautiful gathering of…
Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove writes about his very personal connection to the sheriff of Mayberry, and how the little world he created just might have a connection to what’s been set into the hearts of everyone: a longing for a place that lasts.
Earlier this year, RELEVANT ran a series of articles where individuals explained why they were Christian Democrats, Republicans, Libertarians, Independents and Non-Voters. Identifying yourself as a Christian Democrat, Republican, Libertarian,…
Jonathan Merritt calls for Americans to celebrate July 4th this year with a little more humility.
Founder Cameron Strang on our May/June issue, the new changes to RELEVANT in print and online and the importance of taking risks.
When responding to Invisible Children’s Kony 2012 campaign, it’s important to not fall into one of two extremes.
Founder Cameron Strang shares more about the ninth anniversary of RELEVANT, the March 2012 issue and how the magazine has expanded to multi-platform publishing.
In part five of our series on Christian engagement in politics, Jonathan Merritt explains why he resists partisanship.
Christopher Esposito-Bernard on how the basketball star and outspoken Christian has set the stage for a vital discussion about racial reconciliation.
Part four in our series on Christian engagement in politics.
As we continue our series on Christian engagement in politics, David Masciotra shares why the call for compassion leads him to embrace Democratic ideology:
In part two of our series looking at Christian engagement in politics, Matthew Lee Anderson explains his conservative convictions.