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 ...read more >
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, ...read more >
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 ...read more >
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, ...read more >
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 ...read more >
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 ...read more >
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. Responses ...read more >
Katelyn Beaty has the distinction of being Christianity Today magazine's first female managing editor. Katelyn has been with the ministry of CT for five years and has shown time and again that she has multiple abilities to initiate and complete projects, such as the "This Is Our City" series. An Ohio ...read more >
Today's Christian Woman magazine's November/December cover story featuring adoptive mother and author Kim de Blecourt (read Kim's article, "A Home for All Children," here) recently inspired a couple in southern Illinois to take a leap of faith. After reading the magazine that arrived in their mailbox ...read more >