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Remaking the Site Leaders Trust

Remaking the Site Leaders Trust

Cory Whitehead speaks on what goes into redesigning a website with decades of content, and why he believes in getting the details right.

Cory, at the recent Evangelical Press Association Convention, a first place in the Website Design Category was awarded to LeadershipJournal.net. You recently went through a massive redesign with LJ. When did that launch?

We actually launched the new LeadershipJournal.net in December 2011 and have ...

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The Making of Study Bibles

The Making of Study Bibles

How Christianity Today found its way into Bible publishing—and ended up behind some of the best-selling study Bibles.

If have an NIV Student Bible or a Quest Study Bible on your shelf, you may not know it but you own a Christianity Today product. For over 25 years Christianity Today has worked with publishers from all over the world to develop multiple new Bibles for different ages, demographics, and concentrations, ...

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Leadership Journal Wasn't Afraid to "Go to Hell with Ted Haggard"

Leadership Journal Wasn't Afraid to "Go to Hell with Ted Haggard"

This shocking article on grace and redemption resounded with thousands of readers. Here's why.
Christianity Today Wins 42 Evangelical Press Association Awards

Christianity Today Wins 42 Evangelical Press Association Awards

The inside story behind some of the winners

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The editors, marketers, and designers at Christianity Today desire to create content that will help the Church worldwide. Each month, we gather together to lift up our ministry and pray that we will continue to create trustworthy, biblically-based content, achieve a civil tone, and pursue journalistic ...

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The Art Director

The Art Director

Thoughts about art and life from the man who creates the look of 'Christianity Today.'

Gary Gnidovic has been an art director at Christianity Today for 25 years. We sat down with him to talk about faith, art, mission, behind-the-scenes design, and that time he fell into a manhole in China.

How did you come to decide to combine your love for art with your faith?

I became a believer in 1972, ...

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Today's Christian Woman Connects with Moms at Hearts at Home Conference

Today's Christian Woman Connects with Moms at Hearts at Home Conference

There are conferences for becoming a better hospital CEO, a better pastor, and a better small group leader. But where does one get training and encouragement for being a mom? After all it is a role and calling that has a fundamental effect on children, families, and society.

The Hearts at Home conference ...

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First Things First

First Things First

Exciting opportunities for the ministry in 2013.

It's been a while since I last "talked" with you. Between Board meetings, rather extensive travel (some overseas), and the usual press of day-to-day publishing, I'm afraid my own professional "margin" had become so paper thin that some very important matters—like this periodic blog post—were, ...

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Questions & Answers: What's New at Christianity Today?

Questions & Answers: What's New at Christianity Today?

Learn more about Her.meneutics, Christianity Today's blog for women

There are always multiple new things happening around Christianity Today. In this video, President Harold Smith hones in on one new development that has become very popular, Christianity Today's blog for women, Her.meneutics. Recently relaunched, Harold talks with co-founder, Katelyn Beaty, about ...

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From "Prison Gang" to 'Christianity Today'

From "Prison Gang" to 'Christianity Today'

Get to know 'Christianity Today's Editor, Mark Galli.

Mark Galli's skill kept Christianity Today magazine balanced, truthful, and challenging while he served as the managing editor, and will continue to impact it as he and Andy Crouch oversee the magazine together as dyad editors. In the following interview, Mark talks about how he landed at Christianity ...

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Study Reveals the Extent—and Effects—of Serving in Churches

Study Reveals the Extent—and Effects—of Serving in Churches

'Outlook for Outreach' research shows churches are serving in increasing numbers, providing physical help to those in need, reaching the unchurched, and maturing disciples.

To better quantify how churches engage in outreach ministries to provide for physical needs within their local communities and the world at large, Christianity Today's Church Law and Tax Group and Brotherhood Mutual Insurance Company (BMIC) conducted the joint national Outlook for Outreach study. ...

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