What I Wish Someone Would Have Said When I Was Drowning in Debt

Blue dust-specked light streamed down from the side screens covered with lyrics to one of…

The Life-Changing Connection Between Stewardship and Self-Care

The birth of my daughter was a life-changing event for me. Many agree that the…

12 Wendell Berry Quotes That Will Give You a Fresh Perspective

In the last 50 years or so, Wendell Berry’s name has become almost synonymous with…

Stewardship Isn’t Just About Money

There’s an old story that goes something like this: A rich guy goes on a…

Why Earth Care Matters to the Gospel

Tom Rowley is the Executive Director of A Rocha USA (uh-RAW-sha, Portuguese for “the rock”),…

The Divine Economy

Things can get complicated when we start to worry about money—and when we fret about how we are going to divide our paycheck between student debt, rent, bills and splurging now and then (or, more often then we’d like to admit). Here’s what one woman learned by going back to the basics when it came to her bank statement.

My car broke down and I’d really like to get a new one. What factors should I consider in this decision?

Consider these three factors before purchasing a vehicle. First, a car should be considered transportation,…

Are You a Hoarder?

Brittany Johnson on why you don’t have to live in a house full of junk to be held back by hoarding.

How Should We Tithe?

William Walker writes a blog for RELEVANT about the need to tithe, but why that might look different than what we’ve grown accustomed to.

Chasing the Next Big Thing

Chris Haw writes a piece for RELEVANT looking at why Christians ought to be hesitant about the next big thing in technology.