Recently three staff had the opportunity to visit Israel, all for different purposes. I had the privilege to be one of them, along with Mark Galli, editor in chief, and Marshall Shelley, editor. We compared notes when we returned.
Like many Christians, I've hoped for years to go on a pilgrimage to the ...read more >
Most organizations couldn't survive in today's market without data analysis—including Christianity Today. Over the past decade, the amount of raw data available via the web has exploded, according to CT's Analytics Manager, Luke Schoenrock. "The paradox is that this boom in data has not always ...read more >
Download this digital booklet, A Vision for Christianity Today, that walks you through the ministry’s rich history, celebrates how God is using it to influence the church and the culture, and shares plans for the ministry’s future. Download now.
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Do Christian churches in the United States actually welcome people from different racial and ethnic groups? After completing Christians Are Hate-Filled Hypocrites … and Other Lies You've Been Told in 2010—and winning a CT book award for it—this became a pressing question for Bradley ...read more >
A recent all-day event on church risk management in California was presented by Christianity Today in partnership with ChurchWest Insurance Services. More than 250 ministry leaders and pastors attended. ChurchWest is an independent agency that serves nearly 3,000 ministries in California, Arizona, and ...read more >
Amy Jackson worked for four years to create and direct small groups within a church. The denomination of the church supports ordination of women, and the people she reported to were very helpful and supportive. But, she says, from others she experienced push back to her direction simply because she ...read more >
Another year has passed, and at Christianity Today we look forward to continuing our mission: equipping Christians to renew their minds, serve the church, and create culture to the glory of God. Before we get too far into 2016, take a minute to browse what was most popular with our readers throughout ...read more >
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 ...read more >
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 - ...read more >
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 ...read more >