Depression

God’s Heart for People Struggling With Suicide

RELEVANT imagines what God would say to the suicidal.

Watch: Cory Asbury’s “Unraveling” is the Song 2020 Needs

It’s an absolutely gorgeous anthem—especially powerful for anyone who’s wrestling with uncertainty, depression or anxiety.…

Why Churches Need to Talk About Suicide

Editor’s note: This interview first ran in 2015. Almost 10 years ago, Jamie Tworkowski launched…

The Power of Men Who Cry

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Kevin Love and DeMar DeRozan have 727 pounds of muscle between…

The Rock Opened Up About His Past Battle With Depression
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Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is known internationally for many reasons, and his charm and positivity…

4 Myths Christians Need to Stop Believing About Depression

“True believers don’t suffer from depression.” His false statement rang in my ear like a…

Life Change Starts With Your Focus

We live in a world that seems to focus on problems, uncertain situations and the…

Can Our Mental Health Care System be Healed?

Global poverty, sex trafficking, slavery, unfair wages, child labor, environmental exploitation—I’m proud to see and…

How do I know if I’m stressed or depressed?

We all undergo stress at some point in our lives. Healthy stress acts like the…

Why I Don’t Have to Become My Mother

One woman reflects on being abandoned by her mother and what it has taught her.

Freedom From the “What Ifs”

Melissa Wilcox writes of her lifelong struggle with fear and anxiety and her journey to find peace.

Surviving the Darkness

Rachel Hale shares how she came to terms with her mother’s suicide and her own personal struggle that followed.

Life After Loss

Katie McAleece remembers her father’s sudden death and shares advice for others coping with loss.

God Screams with Us

Blake Atwood writes a column for RELEVANT about suffering and how God suffers with us, even in our darkest moments.

The Angsty Jesus

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.

Familiar With Depression

The idea of a depressed Christian used to seem like an oxymoron to me. Why…