Timothy King lives on a beef farm in New Hampshire. King, otherwise known as the author of Christianity Today's December 2016 cover story, considers himself an "uncle to a farm." "I get to be involved with the farm life and daily chores, but I don't have the ultimate responsibility," said King.
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In the pages of the first issue of Christianity Today, readers were encouraged by articles about the authority of the Bible, and challenged to bring men and women into a relationship with Christ. In fact, you can now read the entire first issue from 1956 online, however, there are some who remember ...read more >
Christianity Today magazine is launching a new channel, combining the best of Her.meneutics and Today's Christian Woman into CT Women. Building upon the success of its predecessors, CT Women will provide an even greater platform to highlight women's voices from across the evangelical world. ...read more >
"Five seconds after I admitted I had become a Christian, I had an email from the editor of Christianity Today being 'HI THERE!'" tweeted Nicole Cliffe last October, four months after her conversion.
No doubt the editors at CT can spot a good story. Or one that may not have happened without them.
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Scott Hammond, an avid Men of Integrity reader, had always known about Christianity Today magazine from his time growing up as a part of a pastor's home. His family had subscribed occasionally over the years. As time went on, his familiarity of Christianity Today continued throughout his time at Bible ...read more >
In February 2015 Christianity Today unveiled Beautiful Orthodoxy, the ministry cause that we believe is necessary to advance the gospel in these confusing—and often discouraging—times. With the world in desperate need of truth, goodness and beauty, we are leading to strengthen the church ...read more >
Shane Pike first heard of Christianity Today about 10 years ago, but he doesn't remember how. He just remembers that it changed his life. Pike recently decided to support the nonprofit ministry's influence on his life with a first-time gift.
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Last year, Christianity Today board member Claude Alexander and his wife Kimberly were watching previews for new movies, while waiting for Inside Out to begin. A trailer for the upcoming Peanuts movie played.
"The narrator says, 'You'll see Charlie Brown. You'll see Linus, Sally, Shroeder, ...read more >
When journalist Sharon Mumper boarded a plane to Germany in January 1989 to begin her work as a missionary with Elim Fellowship, she was carrying a computer given to her by Christianity Today. As a journalist who had written and reported internationally for CT and other publications, Mumper was commissioned ...read more >
I imagine the believers of the early churches in the New Testament huddled around Paul's newly arrived epistle, waiting for whichever leader could read Greek to tell them more about this "Good News." The scene is exciting in its novelty of encountering Scripture, inspiring in its nascent faith.
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