Haiti, a deforested stretch of hurricane-prone island the size of Maryland, was founded by former slaves who threw out their French masters two centuries ago. Ruled by dictators during most…
There are only a few people in my life where I’ve actually seen love in their eyes. I mean, real love, the kind where I want to cry because it…
Josiah Norton writes about the tension between feeling compassion for those who are suffering and the responsibility to help.
I have some pretty incredible friends. In fact, I think I underestimate them a lot of the time because I don’t expect much of myself so, naturally, I find no…
Tyler Zimmerman writes a column for RELEVANT about his encounter with a homeless person, and compares it to the story of the Good Samaritan.
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.
Andrew Schwab writes a column for RELEVANT about how we can think about homelessness—especially peoples’ motives.
Chris Foster writes a column for RELEVANT about not closing our eyes to the problems and brokenness in the world.
Chris Foster talks about the root cause of poverty—and overcoming them—in this blog for RELEVANT.
How should we pick our clothes? Kelsey Timmerman provides some helpful shopping tips in his Where Am I Wearing blog for RELEVANT.
In his regular blog for RELEVANT, Chris Foster talks about eating tarantulas—and the need for action.
Kelsey Timmerman explores his baby’s clothes and finds they mostly come from China—except for one special dress.
Kelsey Timmerman’s Where Am I Wearing Wednesday column for RELEVANT takes a look at the blue jeans industry in Cambodia.