Peace. These days it almost seems a utopian idea. Can we really have peace? Protesters…
Fear is a noose. It tightens and asphyxiates, leaving breath shallow and forced. Those who…
The Christian life has been defined by many things—moral standards, justice, love, etc. But there’s more to discipleship than all of this.
It’s safer to have a tidy set of answers, but in today’s column, Anne Jackson ponders the beauty of leaving our questions a bit more open-ended.
Melissa Wilcox writes of her lifelong struggle with fear and anxiety and her journey to find peace.
Blake Edwards writes about what it means to be an instrument of peace in your family.
Jonathan Merritt writes an op-ed for the Washington Post reprinted in RELEVANT that looks at God’s desires for peace and justice and how that plays out in Libya.
Tyler Wigg-Stevenson writes for RELEVANT about the new Arms Trade Treaty, and how important it is for Christians to back.
Alecia May writes a column for RELEVANT about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and what the church’s role might be in it.
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.
Chris Bernard writes a blog for RELEVANT about forgiveness, and how he has yet to find reconciliation with his father.
The following is Cameron Strang’s First Word column from the January/February 2209 issue of RELEVANT.…
When we think of peace coming to our world today, most people imagine the war…