Several months ago I sat in a large room filled with 80-or-so CT staffers. As I swirled spaghetti around my fork, I observed the normal quarterly-staff-luncheon activities: prayer, service awards, HR announcements. And then our president and CEO, Harold Smith, got up to address us, as he always does. ...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 >
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 >
President and CEO Harold Smith shares what being nonprofit means for our ministry, why we're reliant on our donors, and how we hope to expand our ministry through this outside funding.read more >
Questions & Answers: How Do We Choose the Articles That Go Into Every Issue of 'Christianity Today'?
Mark Galli, editor of Christianity Today, talks with Harold Smith about what they're looking for in each issue of the magazine, what they hope to provide for their readers, and shares their most-read cover story in recent history.read more >
Like many of you, I'm sure, I hold loosely to New Year's resolutions. Afterall, good intentions die quickly in the wake of too many well-intentioned resolutions or the inevitable hundred-and-one urgencies that crowd our lives before we even get to February.
Little wonder that just yesterday I saw some ...read more >
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I was making my way down Black Mountain in North Carolina in the fall of 2009, heading for Charlotte, when I decided to call my Mom. Not the usual thing a guy then in his late 50s does following a meeting—but this wasn't just any meeting.
"Mom, you'll never guess who I just spent ...read more >
For many of you, your Christianity Today read in print begins with a cursory look at our editorial and corporate mastheads: the long listing of women and men who get this publication to you month in and month out.
The mastheads are our way of telling you that our collective and individual reputations ...read more >