As a new believer seeking what it meant to be a Christian, I was given a clear message: be meek, mild, peacekeeping, and quiet. Further, I learned I was supposed to submit, turn the other cheek, and freely give up my rights. (I remember someone even quoting Philippians 2:5-8). The problem is that ...read more >
Several months ago, fundraising efforts began to secure the $250,000 needed for Books & Culture magazine to continue in 2014. As editor John Wilson explained, the 18-year-old publication "has always depended on support both from the company as a whole and various outside sources." Given ...read more >
Over 150 people from New York's five boroughs—the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, and Staten Island—gathered at the American Bible Society to enjoy a reception, three panel discussions, and a thought-provoking musical performance in celebration of the story's launch.
"We ...read more >
For the past year, the This Is Our City project has been releasing articles and videos that highlight the ways Christians are pursuing the common good in their home cities. Nathan Clarke is the Video Director of this project, and his work has documented the efforts of Christians across the country ...read more >
Every time you flip through the pages of a magazine, or click around on a webpage, you're looking at the work of a designer. At Christianity Today we have eleven designers on staff to pull together the visual elements of the publications you read, both in print on and the web. As Art Director of the ...read more >
Staying at any company for 35 years is quite a feat. Staying in the rapidly changing world of publishing for 35 years, though, is unbelievable. Yet Cindy Cronk, currently Christianity Today's longest-serving employee, has done just that. We sat down with her to get a glimpse of all she's seen in her ...read more >
Christianity Today launched the Global Gospel Project in 2011, setting out to create a common-ground catechism for today's church. In its second year, the project continues to present and prepare teachings that reach across evangelical traditions and across the world.
While catechisms—doctrinal ...read more >
How do you become an editor? A degree is a good start—a college classroom can teach lots of valuable skills about reporting, writing, editing, and project management—but it's work experience that can really prepare a student for what the job entails and help discover new passions ...read more >
Of course you know that the magazine you hold in your hands didn't just spring up into existence ex nihilo. The editors and designers of Christianity Today work hard every month to fill these pages with content that will inform, challenge, and inspire you. But most people have no idea how this ...read more >
Ugandan writer and editor Aryantu Otiti spent several weeks visiting Chicago earlier this year. During her stay with Christianity Today president Harold Smith and his wife, Judy, I had the honor and privilege of working alongside her at Today's Christian Woman. In addition to gleaning her wisdom ...read more >