christians

The Story of Mardi Gras’ Christian Roots

Obviously, you won’t be seeing the usual Mardi Gras posts today. Even if the pandemic…

We Need More Boring Christians

Some of us are guilty of namedropping—casually referencing famous people we know to boost our…

Christians Need to Lighten Up

If you start typing the words “Why are Christian …” into the Google search field,…

The Reminder for Christians in the Hanukkah Story

I am a disciple of Jesus, slowly but surely nearing the completion of my ordination…

Pope: Don’t Be a Hypocrite

Pope Francis delivered some strong words about hypocrisy at a recent mass. When discussing the…

10 Stats That Show the Dire State of Christian Persecution

“If one part suffers, every part suffers with it; if one part is honored, every…

Why I Am a Christian Democrat

As we continue our series on Christian engagement in politics, David Masciotra shares why the call for compassion leads him to embrace Democratic ideology:

The Church & the Occupy Movement

Alex Marshall asks what, if anything, the Church should do with the Occupy movement.

A Christian Response to the Arab Spring

Carl Medearis writes about the Arab Spring of 2011 and how Christians should respond to these movements.

Unpacking the North African Protests

RELEVANT looks at the recent protests in the Middle East and North Africa, particularly how American Christians should respond.

The Problem with Christian Music (and the Christian Music Industry)

I also mentioned the idea of “judgment” — I define it as judging for yourself…

What it Means to be Whole-Life

The following is Cameron Strang’s First Word column from the November/December issue of RELEVANT. In…