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The New Chivalry Crisis

Our generation loves social justice—but have we sacrificed basic civility for action? Read More

29 Creative Ways to Say "I Love You"

This Valentine's Day, don't limit your love to roses and candy. Read More

It is perhaps no surprise that men put on their best face when with women they find attractive, but now science backs this idea up. A report in the British Journal of Psychology says men are more likely to do good deeds when they know they are being observed by the opposite sex. Interestingly, women are likely to be just as kind with or without an attractive man nearby ...

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Adam McHugh writes a blog for RELEVANT about learning to appreciate hospitality and how a meal can communicate something profoundly holy. Read More

Teshelle Combs writes a blog for RELEVANT about an experience with a person in pain that shows how hard it is to be a truly good Samaritan. Read More

Dino Rizzo writes about starting a “servolution”—sharing God’s love through simple acts of kindness. Read More