Long gone are the days of the junior high lunchroom—where kids seemed to be divided at each table according to fashion aesthetic, athletic involvement or degree of personal hygiene. And…
Maybe you already know the Lord, but the way you know Him isn’t working for you. You’re not enjoying the relationship. Here’s the real secret: You can fulfill the commands…
It’s a great thing to give to organizations who are on the front lines serving those in need. But perhaps we also need to step out among those in need ourselves, where life gets a little more messy, and a little deeper in the Kingdom.
Joe Terrell writes a blog for RELEVANT about the lessons he learned from a breakup—and how it was a call for him to get closer to God.
Kurt Willems on why spiritual tweets and posts are no substitute for an offline relationship with God.
Leanne Penny shares what she has learned since last Mother’s Day about life, death and hope.
Our TV columnist on how the new Fox show Touch demonstrates the power of humanity’s connection.
Jeremy Caruthers on the human tendency to categorize things—and why we shouldn’t do this to people.
K.L. Yeatman on taking the blame and seeking forgiveness.
Maria Baer writes a blog for RELEVANT about how important it is to be intentional and forthright with the language you use.
Erica McNeal shares how the pain of trials can allow us to understand God better and share that understanding with others.
MariJean Wegert writes about sharing coffee and community with a homeless man.
Caleb Wilde writes about the pain miscarriages cause and why it shouldn’t be overlooked.
C.J. Casciotta writes on the difference between being like Jesus and selling Jesus.
Gabe Holloway shares the story of his daughter, Annie, who survived only 45 minutes after birth.