Donald Miller is Growing Up

the Blue Like Jazz writer has made a career out of being candid. But now that he’s dropped his youthful angst and settled down, what does the future look like? We sat down with Don and his wife, Betsy, to see. Read More

Why Aren't Christians Funny?

On evangelicalism’s long struggle with humor. Read More

For readers of this magazine, the biggest generational divide we have is probably what someone thinks of Blue Like Jazz. If you’re, say, 27 to early 40s, the book likely had a significant impact on your life and faith. But if you’re younger than that (or if you’ve only read it recently), you probably enjoyed the book but didn’t think it was all that groundbreaking. Which says a lot about what God has done in our generation since it came out. Read More

JT Daly of Paper Route :: Plus, a look behind the May issue of RELEVANT, hamburger pizzas, the week's slices and entertainment, your pet peeve feedback and more ... Read More

Founder Cameron Strang on our May/June issue, the new changes to RELEVANT in print and online and the importance of taking risks. Read More

Donald Miller Goes to the Movies

The author reveals how they brought Blue Like Jazz to the big screen—and why turning fact into fiction is harder than you'd think. Read More