Today's Christian Woman magazine's November/December cover story featuring adoptive mother and author Kim de Blecourt (read Kim's article, "A Home for All Children," here) recently inspired a couple in southern Illinois to take a leap of faith. After reading the magazine that arrived in their mailbox ...read more >
PreachingToday.com is Christianity Today's first subscription-based website, launched in 1999, and used by thousands of subscribers to inspire their sermon development and raise the level of preaching all over the world. The PreachingToday.com team has spun off several books and products over the years, ...read more >
This Is Our City is a special project of Christianity Today focusing on Christians who are working to contribute to the common good of their cities, from big cities to small towns. Since 2011, the "City Team"—Andy Crouch, Katelyn Beaty, Nate Clarke, Christy Tennant Krispin, Roxanne Wieman, ...read more >
President and CEO Harold Smith shares what being nonprofit means for our ministry, why we're reliant on our donors, and how we hope to expand our ministry through this outside funding.read more >
Rodriguez, also president of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference and partnering with Christianity Today on the 2013 launch of Cristianismo Hoy, was described by King's daughter, Bernice, as "an electrifying orator" and "one of the most dynamic and inspiring proponents of the social ...read more >
Questions & Answers: How Do We Choose the Articles That Go Into Every Issue of 'Christianity Today'?
Mark Galli, editor of Christianity Today, talks with Harold Smith about what they're looking for in each issue of the magazine, what they hope to provide for their readers, and shares their most-read cover story in recent history.read more >
Is it just me that's fascinated by end-of-year lists? The best news stories of the year. The top trends of the year. Fascinating people of the year. Best sports moments from the year. And the lists go on and on. These lists are popular because our curiosity is piqued, and we want to see the best ...read more >
Based on Christianity Today's This Is Our City coverage in Richmond last year, one of the men featured is leading a new conference this month, Common Good RVA, that'll explore how to connect your vocation as a meaningful part of your Christian calling. Christianity Today is excited to be ...read more >
Like many of you, I'm sure, I hold loosely to New Year's resolutions. Afterall, good intentions die quickly in the wake of too many well-intentioned resolutions or the inevitable hundred-and-one urgencies that crowd our lives before we even get to February.
Little wonder that just yesterday I saw some ...read more >
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