We’re excited to tell you about some new changes to RELEVANTmagazine.com. Since its initial launch, the site has been home to daily updated slices; stories about all things God, Life and Progressive Culture; and a lively message-board community. Over the years, we’ve continued to evolve, adding new multimedia content with Video Slices of the Day, an online music video channel at RELEVANT.tv and the weekly RELEVANT Podcast, which brings you live band performances, thought-provoking guests and, of course, some funny commentary about what’s going on in the world around us.
With the new evolution of RELEVANTmagazine.com, we want to continue to make the site a daily destination for users with fresh content, including blogs from the editors of RELEVANT, Deeper Walk writers and special guests (including Anberlin’s Stephen Christian, Mark Steele and Jason Boyett); a new Daily Dose section which will spotlight premium content from the print magazine; the 850 newsletters; RELEVANT.tv; timely stories about culture, spirituality and issues that affect the lives of twentysomethings; and an expanded slices section. Of course, we’ll still feature user-submitted stories and constantly update the God, Life and Progressive Culture subpages with new reviews, first-person commentary, social justice stories and features from up-and-coming writers.
The one thing that won’t change at RELEVANTmagazine.com is the influence of our users in shaping new content, creating dialogue and raising awareness about the issues that matter. Because our users are such an important part of the RELEVANTmagazine.com experience, we want to hear from you. Who would you like to see as a guest blogger on the site? What social justice issues matter to you? What bands and artists do you want to see featured at RELEVANT.tv? Let us know. Email us at email@example.com.
And finally, if you are interested in becoming one of our web writers, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks so much for being a part of the RELEVANTmagazine.com experience. We can’t wait to hear what you have to say.