If you followed church historian Chris Armstrong's blog posts about the most recent Redeeming Work event, you may be disappointed that the massive muffins he refers to are not included in the slide show below. You will, however, be delighted to see the images that faithfully detail the day and provide ...read more >
Editors and designers (the good ones, at least) are proud of all the pieces they publish. But if pushed, most could point to a few pieces that mean a little more, that they remember a little more fondly—often these are the pieces that surprised them, coming together in ways they didn't expect, ...read more >
When I first started working on the Church Law and Tax team, my expectations for exciting journalism were pretty low. I knew the content I'd be working on would be "important for church leaders," but I doubted we'd have the kind of impact that other publications at Christianity Today seem to have. It ...read more >
Did you know that the majority of churches in America are under 200 weekly attendees? It's true. And most of these churches employ one or two hard-working pastors who wear multiple hats, and quite possible work multiple jobs.
It isn't easy to be a pastor of a small church, where the responsibility lies ...read more >
This month, Drew Dyck's book Yawning at Tigers: You Can't Tame God, So Stop Trying (Thomas Nelson) joins the lineup of titles by CT workers. The managing editor of Leadership Journal explores the paradox "that God is fully holy and completely loving." Drew talks about what led ...read more >
Each month, Christianity Today magazine e-mails its articles to editors for proofing—and sometimes, to be translated for other editions. Editors in Norway, South Korea, and Brazil decide whether to use CT content for their upcoming issues. And so does Javier Elizondo, editor of the Spanish-language ...read more >
Is it just me, or does it sometimes seems like the only two things Sunday and Monday mornings have in common are subpar coffee and business-casual attire?
Church can feel like a vacuum from our outside life—a time to carve out for spiritual formation and community. A time to learn deeply important ...read more >
Our cabinet is made up of talented, strategic people who lead various areas of our ministry: publishing, operations, finances, technology, and more. Together they make key decisions, pray for direction, strategize for growth, and invest in the staff of Christianity Today.
For many cabinet members, ...read more >
Christianity Today (CT) and Brotherhood Mutual Insurance Company recently released their findings of a joint research project—Youth Ministry in America. The study, based on responses from more than 800 youth ministry leaders across the United States, highlights key findings on the demographics, ...read more >
At the beginning of this year, PARSE officially replaced Out of Ur as the Leadership Journal blog. It's more than just a name change; with the new title comes a new philosophy of, as editor Paul Pastor puts it, "cultural exegesis for ministry practitioners." We spoke with Pastor, who has been involved ...read more >