Maria Baer writes a blog for RELEVANT about how important it is to be intentional and forthright with the language you use.
Jake and Melissa Kircher write a column for RELEVANT about the rules of attraction within a committed relationship and how to appreciate beauty without letting your eye and mind wander.
Sean Bess writes a column for RELEVANT about the pressure to measure up to society’s wrong ideas of what beauty is.
Chris Bernard writes for RELEVANT about the scandal surrounding Rep. Anthony Weiner and how society has misunderstood intimacy.
Jesse Harden shares the story of his wife’s miscarriage and how they found hope and healing.
Debra Fileta writes for RELEVANT about what to consider before you call off a break-up.
Rob McNiff writes a blog for RELEVANT looking at the reasons why cohabitation doesn’t work.
Maria Baer writes a blog for RELEVANT about the signs that mean someone just doesn’t like you.
Ryan Haack writes a blog for RELEVANT about having a disability and what it means to find community.
Jake and Melissa Kircher write a blog for RELEVANT about finding the one—and how it’s more important for you to make yourself the one than finding someone else.
Richard Hillier writes a column for RELEVANT about learning to honor our parents—even when it seems like they’re trying to thwart us.
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.
Chad Miller writes a column for RELEVANT about the 10 different communication methods/types that impede our ability to communicate with others.
Shannon Quay writes a column for RELEVANT about the need to like your neighbor—not just love them.
Chris Rule writes a column for RELEVANT about the value of investing in relationships—even when it hurts.
Lauren Sheehan writes a column for RELEVANT about being single in a church often catered to married couples, and how to be intentional about her singleness.
Chris Bernard writes a blog for RELEVANT about forgiveness, and how he has yet to find reconciliation with his father.
Scott Turbeville writes a blog for RELEVANt, describing his difficulty in dealing with the death of his mother and the apparent silence of God.