Howdy! As a Christian, when is it appropriate to end a friendship? Aren’t we supposed…
Years ago, I knew some friends in a community I was a part of. Two…
Few of us plan to graduate college and move back in with our parents. Yet…
Long gone are the days of the junior high lunchroom—where kids seemed to be divided…
As I weathered Valentine’s Day this month (again) as a single woman, I’ve been thinking…
The third season of ‘The Walking Dead’ has reined in its highest following yet, with over 12 million viewers. But is it just the latest manifestation of the zombie craze, or does the show have something deeper to say?
Jeremy Caruthers on the human tendency to categorize things—and why we shouldn’t do this to people.
Ben Stevens shares how to make the leap from living in seclusion to engaging in community with your neighbors.
Andreana Reale breaks down the meaning of the word ‘porneia’, it’s historical and modern context and how it affects both the individual and the community.
Erik Swenson looks at the many different ways people have of relating to God and why there is room for all of them.
C.R. Wiley writes about how he suspends judgment in order to befriend those he may not agree with.
Brett Byford writes a column for Reject Apathy about Christians’ call to remember and care for those in prison.
A Slice in the third undergraduate edition of the RELEVANT Magazine College Guide discusses how students can make friends for life during their freshman year.
REJECT APATHY columnist Brett Byford writes about his friendship with Myron, an inmate he met while speaking at a prison, and the importance of the Church seeking friendships with prisoners.
Nikki Raasch writes a blog for RELEVANT about how we’ve gotten mixed up about the purpose community and why it doesn’t exist to make us friends.
Chris Rule writes a column for RELEVANT about the value of investing in relationships—even when it hurts.