2012 has been a banner year. Watch this video to see some of our highlights, including Christianity Today magazine's new website that features more engaging content than ever before, the new Today's Christian Woman that helps thousands of women put God first in the grit of real life, and ...read more >
Drew Dyck not only manages the Christianity Today publication Leadership Journal, which ministers to those who are involved in church leadership, but he has also written Generation Ex-Christian: Why Young Adults Are Leaving the Faith and How to Bring Them Back (Moody, 2010). He is married to Grace ...read more >
So what would happen if Christianity Today magazine and its website simply shut down today? What if there was no more CT?"
For a moment, that question just hung in the room.
To be sure, we had asked ourselves that very question several times in the not-too-distant past. And not just as a ...read more >
Editor's Note:Cristianismo Hoy, a new digital magazine, coming in 2013! Published in cooperation with the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference, Cristianismo Hoy will be written and edited from within the Hispanic community, providing a rallying point for Hispanic evangelicals, challenging ...read more >
For almost ten years, I've had the privilege of working with ChristianBibleStudies.com—a site offering over 1,000 downloadable Bible studies for use in small groups, Sunday school classes, or for personal devotions. Since these studies can be downloaded directly to your computer, they're accessible ...read more >
It's about now, with trees turning colors and pumpkin-smiles adorning city and suburban home fronts in and around the Chicago area, that Christianity Today begins the closing quarter of its fiscal year—a veritable "sprint" of content creation and number crunching with the goal ...read more >
One of the great challenges facing any company Is "reinventing" a storied brand. Sometime such attempts fail miserably. (Anyone remember "New Coke"?) And sometime they can succeed beyond anyone's wildest imaginings. (Take the rebirth of the Ford Motor Company, as colorfully ...read more >
Last month Keith Stonehocker, our Chief Strategy Officer, wrote a column outlining Christianity Today's assorted efforts internationally. Keith's been a major driver in this area for over a decade; and he and I continue to brainstorm regularly about ways and means to faithfully and cost-effectively ...read more >
As hard as it is for me to believe, Church Law & Tax Report launched 25 years ago. In 1979, I was asked to teach a course on church law at a local seminary in Springfield, Missouri. I was a young attorney, with little experience in church legal matters, but I agreed to the assignment based entirely ...read more >
Please forgive the title.
I'm writing this a day before the Fourth, which means patriotic tunes are everywhere—including the catchy George Cohan number that motivated WWI doughboys: "Over There." ("There," of course, being Europe.)
It's a rough transition, I ...read more >