"This Is Our City: Portland" can be found online here.
How do you quickly explain the premise of "This Is Our City" to someone who isn't familiar with it?
It's an article and documentary film series that highlights Christians across the country who are contributing to the flourishing, or shalom, of their ...read more >
Managing Your Church can be found online here.
Christianity Today is known for its flagship magazine, as well as publications like Leadership Journal. Few know about the Church Management Team, though. What is it?
We're a small-but-hearty group of editors, designers, and marketers committed to a straightforward ...read more >
"Muslims and the Son of God" can be found online here.
When you and your team first learned about the forthcoming article, how did the creative process begin to create the art that would accompany it?
We always try to consider new and unexpected ways of presenting ideas in a visual way. The subject matter ...read more >
"Ethiopia's River of Death" can be found online here.
How did Christianity Today first become aware of the Kara Tribe's child sacrifice practices?
Journalist Matt LaPlante approached CT editors in March 2011. He told us about these horrific practices and what local Christians were doing to respond, as ...read more >
"Church 2 Church" can be found online here.
As managing editor of PreachingToday.com, you're a part of the team at Christianity Today that publishes Leadership Journal. How did you first learn about Church 2 Church?
Actually, I knew nothing about it until Marshall (Shelley, editor-in-chief of Leadership ...read more >
Earlier this month, the Evangelical Press Association honored member publications during its 2012 annual convention for work published online and in print throughout 2011. Christianity Today, a global media ministry, received 43 awards. We're grateful for the Lord's provision to make it all possible. ...read more >
I'm writing this column on May 1. May Day. An ancient (and notorious) day of questionable festivities celebrating even-more-questionable Spring "rites."
But for the purposes of this column, it's also the day I started working for Christianity Today 28 years ago!
That's right. ...read more >