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Jennie Allen: Take the Path of Most Resistance

One of the only things I can still recite from school is Robert Frost’s poem…

Andy Stanley: There’s More to Tithing Than Giving 10%

I was taught from an early age to give God 10 percent of everything. That…

Sustainability: The New Old Business Value

When pastor Kenton Lee lived in Nairobi, Kenya, he frequently saw children with toes poking…

Chipotle’s New Cups Are For the Literary-Minded Burrito Eater

Chipotle continues to set the bar for cool, forward-thinking fast food places, in terms of…

Is the World Ready for Actual Trillionaires?

It had better be. According to a new study, trillionaires—once as preposterous as unicorns and…

Got a Capital One Card? Capital One Can Show Up at Your House or Workplace.

Got a Capital One Card? You might want to check the fine print. The credit…

College Students: Not as Ready as They Think

Well, this isn’t encouraging. A new study finds that college students are feeling pretty gung-ho…

Just a Simple Look at America’s Highest Paid State Employees

Deadspin has put together this handy breakdown of each state’s highest-paid employee and, well, wow.…

Welcome to Twitter, @WarrenBuffet

If you have any very exciting investment opportunities, here’s the man to DM them to…

Meet Your New $100 Dollar Bill

You probably won’t be seeing much of each other in real life, but it’s worth…

The U.S. Jobs Report Is Actually Very Good

The economy continues to rebound better than expected, what with Dow Jones mean streak of…

The Dow Jones Hits an All-Time High

Despite the looming sequester that does not exactly bode well for the economy, the Dow…

Groupon Cans CEO, Who Compares It to ‘Battletoads’

Groupon’s long souring Cinderella Story finally hit a low point yesterday, as their stock plummeted…

No More Working Remotely for Yahoo Employees

Yahoo, a company that remains the world’s third most popular website somehow, has instituted a…

Wal-Mart Pledges to Hire 100,000 Veterans

Wal-Mart, which says it already employs more vets than any other private employer, is committing…

The World’s Worst Signature Might Be Headed for Your Dollar Bill

Jack Lew, President Obama’s current chief of staff and his pick for the new Treasury…

The Trillion-Dollar Coin That Could Save Us All

Yes. Paul Krugman, a Nobel-prize-winning economist, wrote an op-ed in today’s New York Times that…

Are You Surrounded by Psychopaths?

Psychopathy—which is, in its most basic definition, a lack of emotions—isn’t just something that serial…

Off to that Great Big Sack Lunch in the Sky

A dark day for rough approximations of food, as Hostess has filed a motion in…

Do I have to decide between my passion and a paycheck?

Many of us are asking three questions today in regard to our work: Should I…

QOTD: If You Could Have Any Job, What Would You Want It To Be?

When you’re a kid, you dream big. Astronaut. Marine biologist. Movie star. Then, you get…

“Listen To A Movie” Is the Magic Carpet That Will Carry You to Your Weekend

Introducing “Listen to a Movie,” a website that has audio recordings of hundreds of movies,…

In this economy, should I rent or buy?

In these shaky times, the question of whether or not you should be renting or buying your home isn’t as clear cut as it used to be. So went to Crown Financial Ministries CEO Chuck Bentley to get the straight answer on when you should be looking to buy and when you should be looking to rent.

Ben & Jerry’s Is Really Onto Something Here

Ben & Jerry’s business model seems to be “find something people like and make it…

When Business Gets Personal

You’ve done it before—accidentally hit the “reply all” button, missed a deadline, said the wrong thing at the wrong time right in front of your boss. How do we respond and recover from our professional mess-ups and mishaps?

Kids These Days Believe in Magical Money

A new study says that 40% of Generation Z (13-22 year-olds) believe that they won’t…

9-Year-Old Boy Is the Only One With Any Idea of How to Save Detroit

Detroit is in rough shape. Almost everyone knows that Detroit has become the symbolic center…

Taxes at a 30-Year Low

With all the bad financial news out there, we have to take the good news…

My car broke down and I’d really like to get a new one. What factors should I consider in this decision?


Consider these three factors before purchasing a vehicle. First, a car should be considered transportation,…

The Fear and Hope of Job Hunting

Derek N. Stavem writes about the fear and uncertainty of job hunting—and the comfort of knowing God is with you through it.

How to Green Spring Clean

Nancy Sleeth shares 10 tips for effective spring cleaning, from creating your own Earth-friendly cleaners to ways to reduce the amount of cleaning.

Lessons From Leaving a Desk Job

Ryan Pemberton tells his story of moving to England to follow God’s calling and how to overcome the fears that accompany life dreams.

7 Career Lessons from Jim Halpert

Tracy Lytwyn shares valuable lessons she learned about starting your career from The Office.

A Smarter Way to Do Black Friday

Rachel Cruze shares 7 ways to use money wisely and maintain sanity on Black Friday.

The Myth of Financial Freedom

Ben Stevens writes about our misconceptions of financial freedom and what Jesus would really desire us to consider with our spending.

Who do You Think You Are?

Ericka Spradley writes about how the greatest obstacle in our personal careers is usually our own thinking.

Providing for Our Pipe Dreams

CJ Casciotta writes for RELEVANT about how our entrepreneurial generation is creatively using community to provide for their pipe dreams.

Finding Meaning In Your Workplace

Michael Mahan writes a blog for RELEVANT on the topic of finding meaning in the workplace.

How (and How Not) to Bring Christ to Work

Gina DeLapa writes a column for RELEVANT about being a good example of Christ in your workplace—without alienating people.

The Line Between Giving Up and Acceptance

Cheri Saccone writes a blog for RELEVANT about how to adjust our expectations; she says we should not just fight for something that’s not going to happen.