RELEVANT issue #98

RELEVANT issue #98

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Featured in this issue of Relevant, Jerry Lorenzo on how he made Fear of God into one of...
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Featured in this issue of Relevant, Jerry Lorenzo on how he made Fear of God into one of fashion's most disruptive brands and rediscovered his faith in the process. 

14- First word

16- Current: we break down the major philosophies of The Good Place and speak with God Friended Me star Brandon Michael Hall about his real-life faith. Plus the best travel gear, Naomi Scott and more.

38- Kim Walker-Smith: The founding member of Jesus Culture is as bold with her story as she is in worship. 

42- A Loaded Issue: There are more guns than people in the United States. Is this a pro-life situation? 

48- Killer Mike: The way this man spits the truth extends far beyond Run the Jewels.

52- The breakup Handbook: Winter's colder when your loneliness is unexpected. Here's how to survive. 

56- Jerry Lorenzo: how he made Fear of God into one of fashion's most disruptive brands and rediscovered his faith in the process

64- Maggie Rogers: The 24-year-old's debut album premiered at No. 2 on Billboard, which can only mean one impossible-seeming thing: She can become even better.

68- State of Fear: Young Christians face persecution in China. The government's their worst enemy.

72- Joel McHale: Watching reality TV in your underwear with Jesus? He says it's possible. 

76- Make Friends in Your Twenties: Kids sure have it easy. Here's how to make a friend in the post-recess stage of life. 

80- Out of Darkness: Bryan and Katie Torwalt's devastating EP tells a story that isn't over yet. 

84- The Search for More: If you're seeking fulfillment, the answer might lay on your bedside table. 

88- Relevant Selects: Our curation of the best in music, books and film. You might know Jessica Pratt and Bethel, but are you up on the new Girlpool? 

96- Last Word: Jemar Tisby on the American Church's uncomfortable relationship with racism 

 

 

 

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