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How to Plant a Church in the Middle East

How to Plant a Church in the Middle East

Reporting from the Gulf, Jayson Casper sheds light on his viral Christianity Today story.

There are about 2.3 million Christians in the Arabian Peninsula—more than nearly 100 countries can claim. What does that look like on the ground? Christianity Today's Middle East correspondent Jayson Casper recently spoke with assistant editor Morgan Lee on his fascinating story on why Christianity ...

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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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Journalism, Politics or Ministry?

Journalism, Politics or Ministry?

How CT's longtime board chair found his purpose in all.

John Huffman first remembers hearing of Christianity Today as a teenager. His grandfather, an archeologist and Old Testament scholar, wrote for the magazine. His father was friends with Billy Graham. He accepted membership on the CT board in the late 1970s at the behest of Billy Graham and the then ...

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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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A 'Missionary Banker' and a CT 'Fanboy'

A 'Missionary Banker' and a CT 'Fanboy'

A microfinance nonprofit VP on what his favorite sport and magazine have in common

"We call ourselves missionary bankers," says Chris Horst, the vice president of development at microfinance nonprofit Hope International where he has worked for nearly a decade. Hope works in 17 countries where they provide biblically-based business training, saving services and small business ...

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Changing the Culture One Apologist Mom at a Time

Changing the Culture One Apologist Mom at a Time

How one CT article inspired a mother to learn apologetics in community for the sake of our children

It's easy to think that the Christians who capture attention in our culture are the ones with flawless theological pedigrees, a famous name, and a healthy dose of absolute certainty. Much less prominent, however, is a story like Bethany Speier's, a story where the protagonist admits no special ...

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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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