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What's In a Bible?

What's In a Bible?

Associate editor and resident theologian Kevin Emmert discusses his work on Christianity Today's recent partnership with Zondervan on two study Bibles.

Christianity Today is best known for its magazines and websites, but there is plenty of other pots we have our hands in. I talked to Kevin Emmert, an associate editor for CT magazine, about his work on two partner projects with Zondervan: the recently published NIV Understand the Faith Study Bible - ...

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The Death of Football?

The Death of Football?

Longtime sports fan John Wilson welcomes a debate

Next month, Books and Culture editor John Wilson will be traveling to Baylor University to talk football. Each year, the Waco, Texas school hosts a faith and culture conference; this year's topic: sports! Wilson will moderate a panel discussing the future of football in this country. He recently chatted ...

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Growing in Writing and Reporting

Growing in Writing and Reporting

An editorial resident shares her experience working at Christianity Today

"I definitely was devastated to leave New York City last year," Morgan Lee says about her decision to leave the city to move to another big city, Chicago, to be a part of the editorial residency program at Christianity Today. "I am still sad that I don't live in New York City, but I really believed ...

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When Work and Ministry Mix

When Work and Ministry Mix

An editorial resident shares his experience this past year.

This past year Tim Gioia worked in an evangelical nonprofit for the first time, learned much more about his vocation, and had deep conversations about what church leaders need the most today and how publications and articles can help them. A grant from the M. J. Murdock Charitable Trust gave Christianity ...

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The World-Traveling Pastor

The World-Traveling Pastor

Matt Woodley, Editor of PreachingToday.com, is known around Christianity Today as the "Illustration Guy," for his love of finding stories to help preachers illustrate biblical texts in a clear and applicable way. But his love for preaching extends even beyond the walls of Christianity Today, ...

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The Unexpected Good News about Missionaries

The Unexpected Good News about Missionaries

Christianity Today's award-winning story presents surprising findings.

This spring, the Evangelical Press Association honored Christianity Today publications with 49 awards. Among the winners was Texas writer Andrea Palpant Dilley, whose piece "The World Missionaries Made" won first place in the Evangelical Press Association's General Article: Long category. ...

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Forgiving Your Parents

Forgiving Your Parents

The story behind Leslie Leyland Fields' award-winning Today's Christian Woman article

Today's Christian Woman's article "Forgiving Our Fathers and Mothers" by Leslie Leyland Fields took first place in the General Article (Medium Length) category at the 2015 Evangelical Press Association convention. Leslie's article was inspired by from her 2014 book under the same name. I talked with ...

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Bringing to Light Today's Top Youth Ministry Risks

Bringing to Light Today's Top Youth Ministry Risks

An award-winning article series looks into what churches need to do to ensure safe policies and boundaries, even as technology changes.

"This [article series] should be required reading for everyone involved in or concerned about youth ministry," an Evangelical Press Association judge wrote about an award-winning roundtable interview of five church leaders, which was conducted and written by Christianity Today's Church Law & Tax Team. ...

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The True, the Good, and the Beautiful

The True, the Good, and the Beautiful

An interview with Christianity Today's editor in chief, Mark Galli

Billy Graham founded Christianity Today magazine nearly 60 years ago, and the ministry now has over a dozen additional brands. But unlike companies that have changed their mission and vision (think Abercrombie & Fitch), "CT" has held steadfast to the call to "expound and defend ...

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A New Vision for Adoption in Africa

A New Vision for Adoption in Africa

How can we really make a difference in the lives of orphans?

I couldn't help but stare at the closet in front of me. As I peered in I saw the clothes neatly organized. Shorts were in one location, tops were in another. Socks and shoes were toward the bottom. But it wasn't the organization that surprised me. Instead, it was the fact that each section was labeled ...

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