Following His story of the Good Samaritan, Jesus offered up a simple command: “Go, and do likewise”—that is, be a neighbor by showing mercy to those you find in need.

I want to do likewise. I bet you do, too. But that often seems like a tall order in an age of real-time global knowledge about human suffering. Every time I browse the news, I feel like I’m walking down a fiber-optic Jericho road, and the ditches on each side are filled with billions of people in distress, all crying out.

How can I be a neighbor in the face of such pain? Read More

Tyler Wigg-Stevenson reflects on his time as an assistant to the late John Stott, and why the legacy of this leader will live on. Read More

A Prayer for Japan

How can we even begin to help a nation wracked by so many disasters? Read More

The Most Vital Treaty You've Never Heard Of

Help stop the bullets that are killing Christians. Read More

In defense of voting—why you should vote in the mid-term elections, even if they don't seem all that exciting. Read More

Why should we care about nuclear proliferation? Tyler Wigg-Stevenson makes a strong moral case for nuclear disarmament in this feature for RELEVANT. Read More