With 2014 already well on its way, we wanted to take one last look at 2013 and celebrate some of the best content from the year. Below you'll find what our readers viewed, downloaded, and shared the most throughout the year with many of our ministry's brands.
Books & Culture
Favorite Books of 2013
BuildingChurchLeaders.comTop ...read more >
Rodriguez, also president of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference and partnering with Christianity Today on the 2013 launch of Cristianismo Hoy, was described by King's daughter, Bernice, as "an electrifying orator" and "one of the most dynamic and inspiring proponents of the social ...read more >
Is it just me that's fascinated by end-of-year lists? The best news stories of the year. The top trends of the year. Fascinating people of the year. Best sports moments from the year. And the lists go on and on. These lists are popular because our curiosity is piqued, and we want to see the best ...read more >
Based on Christianity Today's This Is Our City coverage in Richmond last year, one of the men featured is leading a new conference this month, Common Good RVA, that'll explore how to connect your vocation as a meaningful part of your Christian calling. Christianity Today is excited to be ...read more >
We thought you'd like to see some highlights from our staff gatherings throughout 2012. We always work hard, but we occasionally play hard, too!read more >
The last few years pundits have dubbed that particular year as the "year of mobile" for various reasons: mobile ad spending, mobile traffic, device sales, mobile app development, and so on. Whatever year you want to assign that title, there's no argument that 2012 has seen a sea change ...read more >
Your honest, unfiltered thoughts and contributions to the "Hope for the Church" campaign are inspiring and we're honored that you would share.
In the first few weeks, over 400 individuals have shared their hopes and prayers on ChristianityToday.org. Themes of love, acceptance, renewed ...read more >
After more than a year of hard work by dozens of staff, we're excited to announce the launch of the new LeadershipJournal.net! Some highlights of the new site:
- A reorganization of content into three primary categories, which summarize Leadership Journal's scope: Soul, Skills, and Culture.
- Two important distinctives of Leadership Journal have always been 1) its ability to convene leading ministry leaders together and engage them in honest dialogue, and 2) providing wisdom and perspective on the buzz within the church world. These distinctives will be prominent on the new site, but especially in two new features: Conversations and Trend Watch.