Todd Morrison shares why he wants his church to be a safe place for gay people and why it’s so damaging for Christians to communicate otherwise.
In part five of our series on Christian engagement in politics, Jonathan Merritt explains why he resists partisanship.
Chris Stedman shares the story of his relationship with his former pastor and why he believes atheists, Christians and those of other faiths can cooperate in fighting issues that afflict the world.
Part four in our series on Christian engagement in politics.
Arleen Spenceley explains her faith journey as a Roman Catholic Christian and her hopes for relationships between Protestant and Catholic churches.
Ed Gungor writes about the role religion should play in our voting decisions and if faith ensures a credible candidate.
Erika Morrison writes for RELEVANT about how she has found community and Christ outside of a conventional church.
David Masciotra writes a column for RELEVANT about how religion (and a little bit of Bob Dylan) saved him from politics.
RELEVANT looks at the current controversy surrounding the proposed Islamic Center near Ground Zero in New York City.
Columnist Lorae French writes about her impending trip to Eastern Europe to work with orphans and widows.
In March, James Dobson—the controversial founder of Focus on the Family—is leaving the organization he founded in 1977. That we knew. But lest you think Dobson is retiring, this week…
Right now, the Passion 2010 conference is happening in Atlanta. Featuring the likes of Louie Giglio, Chris Tomlin, Hillsong United, Charlie Hall and more, the event drew more than 21,000…
Biblical scholar Harold Camping knows when the rapture is happening, and he basically doesn’t want you wasting time making Memorial Day plans next year. Lest you be skeptical, rest assured…