Where the Word ‘Christian’ Really Comes From

The word may carry some baggage today, but its origins may surprise you.

Tony Evans: Why We Need Black History Month

Dr. Tony Evans writes an op-ed for RELEVANT about Black History Month and why racial reconciliation and unity in the church matter.

How to Actually Fight for Racial Reconciliation

These days, as people around the nation become more aware of racial injustice, many young…

Trillia Newbell: Why You Shouldn’t Be Color Blind

Imagine, if you will, not being able to differentiate between reds versus greens or blues…

15 Martin Luther King Jr. Quotes That Will Challenge You to Take Action

The wisdom and insights King gained as he helped lead the civil rights movement apply to us today, for injustice still exists among us in many forms and in many places.

The Church Must Learn to Bridge the Racial Divide

“Are you a football player?” I haven’t even settled in my airplane seat before I…

4 Ways to Engage in Racial Reconciliation

Race is a touchy subject. Especially with recent events, the conversation around racial injustice has…

Resisting a Segregated Church

Bryan T. Calvin on why his African American family intentionally attends a white church, even when he misses his upbringing in black churches.

The Significance of Linsanity

Christopher Esposito-Bernard on how the basketball star and outspoken Christian has set the stage for a vital discussion about racial reconciliation.

The Cultural IQ of the Church

Eugene Cho comments on how insensitive cultural depictions can inflict pain in the Church.

Can the Church Be Colorblind?

Pastor Lance Lewis writes for RELEVANT about why the Church still has such difficulty approaching race and ethnicity.

Getting Past Racial Superiority

Chris Bernard writes a column for RELEVANT looking at how churches can fight the racism that always exists within our midst.