deeper walk blog
RELEVANT imagines what God would say to the suicidal.
Tyler Charles writes a blog for RELEVANT about how all of us know we’re supposed to want to go to heaven … just not yet.
Evan Bell writes a blog for RELEVANT about finding an adventure and risking everything with Jesus.
Joe Terrell writes a blog for RELEVANT about the lessons he learned from a breakup—and how it was a call for him to get closer to God.
Aaron Justice Chung writes a blog for RELEVANT about how to grow out of the elementary school phase of faith.
Bret Mavrich writes a blog for RELEVANT reflecting on the recent scandal of Penn State and what Christians can learn form such a tragedy.
Will Cunningham writes for RELEVANT about how the tornadoes in in his home of Joplin, MO are a reminder of the potential that pain reveals.
Dan Macy writes for RELEVANT about how you don’t have to have a rough past to have a powerful testimony.
Brett McCracken writes a Christmas reflection for RELEVANT, celebrating the Incarnation and what Christmas allows us to enjoy.
Jason Mitchell writes a deeper walk blog for RELEVANT about how Advent and the Christmas season shows us how we should respond to people with HIV/AIDS.
Jeff McLaughlin writes a blog for RELEVANT about how Thanksgiving puts our hearts into a rhythm of gratitude and thankfulness.
Adam McHugh writes a blog for RELEVANT about learning to appreciate hospitality and how a meal can communicate something profoundly holy.
Brandon Sneed writes a blog for RELEVANT about one man’s journey from believing God hated him to realizing God’s love for him.
Carl Garrigus writes a blog for RELEVANT about dealing with a cancer diagnosis and how this hard time has led him to seek God through prayer once again.
McKenzie Parker writes a blog for RELEVANT about the death of her grandmother and what she learned about God’s love in a time of grief.
Todd Burkhart writes a blog for RELEVANT about feeling a pull from God to trust Him.
Andrew Schwab writes a blog for RELEVANT about living in the present, not our past fears.
Andreana Reale writes a column for RELEVANT magazine about Jesus’ parable of the vineyard, wondering how it informs us about our own economies and systems of land division.
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.
Andrew Schwab writes a column for RELEVANT about rediscovering known truths that just might have been forgotten.
Angela Shupe writes a column for RELEVANT about reading Scripture and finding our self-esteem in who God wants us to be instead of who society says we ought to be.
Ty Russell writes a column for RELEVANT about discovering a Jesus that suffers and gets sad alongside us, who isn’t happy or excited all the time.
John Greco writes a column for RELEVANT about a miracle Jesus notably didn’t perform for his cousin John—and what it teaches us.
Maria Baer writes a column for RELEVANT about constantly comparing oneself to others–and how to stop it.
Chris Bernard writes a column for RELEVANT about the response of Christians to the death of Christ, especially how Mary Magdelene and other disciples must have felt.
Andreana Reale writes a column for RELEVANT looking at how Christ’s triumphant entry into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday is a part of His quest to end injustice.
Lani Ledingham writes a column for RELEVANT about how we often see Jesus from a distance, but we should instead try to see Him up close.
Scott Douglas writes a column for RELEVANT looking at how prayer might be best when it’s offered in a helpless state of being.
Jesse Medina writes a column for RELEVANT wondering why we do such a poor job of living lives for Christ that are authentic and attractive to nonbelievers.
Jonas Gagnon writes a blog for RELEVANT about a miracle that occurred to his mother, and wonders why we ignore the daily miracles in our lives.
Tyler Zimmerman writes a column for RELEVANT about his encounter with a homeless person, and compares it to the story of the Good Samaritan.
Michael Acker writes a blog for RELEVANT about how velour shirts and flannel graph have shown him how his version of Jesus is too small.