Don't like what someone says? Write a rant about how stupid he is. Think a coach is doing a bad job? Start a website entitled "Fire Coach XYZ!" Looking to gain web traffic on your site? Publish an attack on a public figure.
Edward Wasserman, Knight Professor of Journalism Ethics at ...read more >
Each year many of our ministry brands provide a wrap-up to show readers the best content throughout the year. I've pulled these special lists together, and below you'll find what our readers viewed or downloaded the most in 2014.
Books & Culture
John Wilson's Favorite Books of 2014
BuildingChurchLeaders.comTop ...read more >
Christianity Today had an eventful year at our offices in Carol Stream, Illinois. From our monthly staff prayer gatherings, to company parties, celebrations, and farewells, we enjoy our time together. And, in 2014 for the first time, we also had three events for the public on the topic of faith and ...read more >
Last year, the team at Today's Christian Woman decided to take some risks. They made changes to the magazine itself and set high goals, such as reaching 1.3 million pageviews a month. And those decisions have paid off.
This was TCW's first year as an online weekly publication. "Last year when we evaluated ...read more >
It has been two years since Christianity Today's This Is Our City launched in Phoenix, Arizona, but its impact is still felt through those who joined together to dream for their city. Earlier this year Timothy Høiland, who was part of the Phoenix team, launched Flourish Phoenix, "an ...read more >
In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. He was in the beginning with God. All things were made through him, and without him was not any thing made that was made. In him was life, and the life was the light of men. The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness ...read more >
Eric Miller, associate professor of history at Geneva College, first learned about Books & Culture magazine while a CT subscriber. The Books & Culture preview, featured in a 1995 CT issue, appeared in turquoise and black. The colors were significant, Miller recalls, because it was around the ...read more >
Did you know that Leadership Journal has never had a major redesign? It's gone through "evolutionary upgrades," as editor Marshall Shelley puts it, but this issue introduces a bold, brand-new look.
Encouraged by the positive response to Christianity Today magazine's 2013 redesign, the team at Leadership ...read more >
There was a time—though it is hard to imagine it now—when people read magazines only on real paper, received them only in actual mailboxes, and could share them with only one person at a time. The internet changed all that, of course, but the journey to this digital era has been happening ...read more >
Leadership Journal recently completed the first of two years of events dedicated to equipping pastors and church leaders in faith and work integration.
On Tuesday, September 9, the third Redeeming Work was held in Denver, Colorado. As has been the case in Chicago and Twin Cities, the event was strategically ...read more >