Jordan Ekeroth writes about the tension Christians feel toward video games—either to dismiss them or over-spiritualize them—and how artists can move past that.
Ben Stevens shares four reasons keeping a journal has never been more important in the age of social media.
Kristin Tennant shares 4 valuable lessons about life—and faith—that she learned from the life of Steve Jobs.
Drew Dixon writes about how video games waste the power of violence and how it can be better used as an art form.
David Wenell writes about how our networking can often be an objectification of people as a means to an end.
Jett Farrell-Vega writes about the Assassin’s Creed series and the difficult questions it can raise about the Christian faith.
Drew Dixon writes a column for RELEVANT about the new sequel to Portal and what video games can teach us about real life.
Johnmark Smith writes a blog for RELEVANT about how he learned to admit his addiction to video games—and how God redeemed them.
Caleb Gardner writes a tech blog for RELEVANT about how social media and Facebook can actually help Christians communicate with each other and with God.
Brett McCracken writes a feature for RELEVANT about the new iPhone and how smartphones and all they bring are affecting our humanity.
Kate Blackwell writes a column for RELEVANT about our reason for wanting the new cool gadget and how our importance can be found in Christ.
Chris Haw writes a piece for RELEVANT looking at why Christians ought to be hesitant about the next big thing in technology.