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Joe Terrell writes a blog for RELEVANT about the lessons he learned from a breakup—and how it was a call for him to get closer to God.
Our TV columnist on how the new Fox show Touch demonstrates the power of humanity’s connection.
Jeremy Caruthers on the human tendency to categorize things—and why we shouldn’t do this to people.
K.L. Yeatman on taking the blame and seeking forgiveness.
Maria Baer writes a blog for RELEVANT about how important it is to be intentional and forthright with the language you use.
Erica McNeal shares how the pain of trials can allow us to understand God better and share that understanding with others.
MariJean Wegert writes about sharing coffee and community with a homeless man.
Caleb Wilde writes about the pain miscarriages cause and why it shouldn’t be overlooked.
Gabe Holloway shares the story of his daughter, Annie, who survived only 45 minutes after birth.
Josh Marsh writes about the nonprofit he and a few of his friends started, The Likeness Standard, which sells art and donates to other nonprofits.
Timothy Willard and Jason Locy comment on what it really means to be a man and how out culture has prolonged adolescence.
Erik Swenson looks at the many different ways people have of relating to God and why there is room for all of them.
Tor Constantino shares 6 important questions to determine if it’s time to have children yet.
Lorena Féliz writes a column for Reject Apathy about the moment her heart was changed for her country, the Dominican Republic’s neighbor—Haiti.
Tor Constantino writes a blog for RELEVANT listing seven keys to fighting well in a relationship.
Brett Byford writes a column for Reject Apathy about Christians’ call to remember and care for those in prison.
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.
Rob McNiff writes a blog for RELEVANT looking at the reasons why cohabitation doesn’t work.
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.
RELEVANT looks at how to make love work at every stage of a relationship—just in time for Valentine’s Day.
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.
Molly Schnepel writes a blog for RELEVANT about a soldier named Martin who learned how to forgive Muslims after feeling so much hatred.
Stacey Margarita Johnson writes an article for RELEVANT about choosing singleness and celibacy for her life.
Tom Hagedon writes a blog for RELEVANT about how he and his fiancee made their engagement count and made sure that they were preparing for the best life together possible.
Jared Byas writes a blog for RELEVANT on why Plato and other Greek philosophers might have something to tell Christians about adultery.
Jake and Melissa Kircher write a blog for RELEVANT about marriage and some tips to make it through those difficult first conflicts.
Columnist Jill Hansen describes how three homeless people changed her perception of the people she meets on the street.
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.