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The Church Must Learn to Bridge the Racial Divide

“Are you a football player?” I haven’t even settled in my airplane seat before I…

The Spiritual Problem of Food Waste

When I first came to America as a brand-new immigrant, one of the things that…

6 Organizations Helping Immigrants

Last week’s “Day Without Immigrants” campaign was a startling reminder of the extent to which…

14 Stats That Show the Devastating Reality of Modern-Day Slavery

Human trafficking is a silent industry giant. Across the world, millions of people are trafficked…

World Relief Is Laying Off 140 Staff Because of Pres. Trump’s Refugee Policy

The refugee resettlement group World Relief has just announced massive layoffs and the closing of…

Report: 522 People Were Arrested in a Super Bowl 51 Sex Trafficking Sting

A lot has been made in the past several years about human trafficking during the…

Lecrae on MLK’s Legacy: We Can’t Ignore the Injustice that Still Exists

Today, America remembers and honors the legacy of one of the world’s great civil rights…

Here’s How You Can Help Aleppo Right Now

The battle for Aleppo is over, and it left the Syrian city completely devastated. As…

Compassion International Says They Could Be Forced Out of India Within Weeks

Last week, representatives from Compassion International went before the House Foreign Affairs Committee and talked…

Satellite Data Has Captured the Ice Loss of Antarctic Glaciers

Satellite images captured by NASA over 25 years have given scientists a better idea of…

Giraffes Lose 40 Percent of Population in 30 Years, Moved to Extinction Watch List

It’s a sad day in the jungle. Scientists have recently reported that giraffes are now…

NFL Quarterback Kirk Cousins Will Wear Anti-Human Trafficking Cleats Next Week

Washington Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins will don some unique footwear when his team faces off…

There Are Now 26 Million Orphans in West and Central Africa

More than 26 million orphans live in West and Central Africa, according to the United…

Tony Hale Wants to End Slavery

Buster Bluth is fighting modern-day slavery. Tomorrow, pastors and advocates are making their way to…

Survey: More Churches Fear Refugees Than Actually Help Them

Recent research sponsored by the humanitarian organizations World Relief and World Vision reveal that though…

Canadian PM Trudeau Welcomes Refugees into Canada

Last night, when a plane filed with Syrian refugees set to resettle in Canada landed,…

Video Shows the Disturbing Magnitude of Mass Incarceration in America

The Atlantic has launched a new series of features about mass incarceration in America, demographic…

The Next Great Moral Movement

In my last column, “Three Numbers that Predict the Future of the Planet”, I wrote…

Dirty Love

I never really considered my dreams to have much significance until recently. Although I’ve read…

Be the Change You Want to See

Cameron Strang, founder of RELEVANT, takes readers behind the January 2012 issue.

Rejecting Apathy

Cameron Strang, founder and CEO of RELEVANT, explains the vision for REJECT APATHY and why it’s so important that we take action.

An Update from Japan

World Vision’s Lindsey Talerico interviews Casey Calamusa, who is on the ground in Japan, about the earthquake and tsunami devastation in Japan, in this interview reposted on RELEVANT.

A Prayer for Japan

Tyler Wigg-Stevenson writes an op ed on Japan for RELEVANT, writing about the best ways to help and grieve for the nation wracked by so many disasters.

The Story Behind Help-Portrait

Cara Davis writes a blog for RELEVANT about Help-Portrait, and how it’s changing lives among the homeless community.

One Night in the Homeless Hotel

Columnist Molly Williams writes about a friend she made while staying on the streets of Atlanta for one night, and the importance of allowing the homeless to be heard and empowered.

The Trap of More

Tone Hoeft writes about our constant desire for more and the need for intentional living.

A Christian Response to the Oil Spill

Jonathan Merritt writes an op-ed for RELEVANT about the Christian response to the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.

Santa of the Streets

Brandon Sneed writes a blog for RELEVANT about a homeless man named Santa who felt called to live on the streets.

The Heart Behind the Power of Half

RELEVANT talked to Kevin Salwen, the man behind the book The Power of Half, about how he decided to give up half of his money to help people.

In the Eyes of Kolkata

There are only a few people in my life where I’ve actually seen love in…

A Cup of Grace

I have some pretty incredible friends. In fact, I think I underestimate them a lot…

The Assaulted Samaritan

Tyler Zimmerman writes a column for RELEVANT about his encounter with a homeless person, and compares it to the story of the Good Samaritan.

Shaking Hands with the World

The Almanac reports that there are 6.7 billion people on this earth. 6.7 billion. I…

Happy Are the Poor

Last November, I went to an upscale grocery store in search of an apple. By…

In Suffering and Joy

Working at an entry level job as a group home counselor, I was now forced…

An Inventory of our Refrigerators

I recently read an article on World Vision Canada’s website about being a socially conscious…

To Give, or Not to Give to the Homeless?

Andrew Schwab writes a column for RELEVANT about how we can think about homelessness—especially peoples’ motives.

Uncover Your Eyes, Become a Disciple

Chris Foster writes a column for RELEVANT about not closing our eyes to the problems and brokenness in the world.

No Nukes Is Good Nukes

Why should we care about nuclear proliferation? Tyler Wigg-Stevenson makes a strong moral case for nuclear disarmament in this feature for RELEVANT.

Poverty is Also a Mindset

Chris Foster talks about the root cause of poverty—and overcoming them—in this blog for RELEVANT.