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 >
Don't like what someone says? Write a rant about how stupid he is. Think a coach is doing a bad job? Start a website entitled "Fire Coach XYZ!" Looking to gain web traffic on your site? Publish an attack on a public figure.
Edward Wasserman, Knight Professor of Journalism Ethics at ...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 >
Lest you think The Behemoth's logo is a dinosaur eye, signaling CT's new digizine is solely a science or a creation magazine, relax. It's actually an iguana eye, according to designer Jennifer McGuire. Jennifer, along with website designer Valerie Broucek, created the logo. "The ...read more >
Our cabinet is made up of talented, strategic people who lead various areas of our ministry: publishing, operations, finances, technology, and more. Together they make key decisions, pray for direction, strategize for growth, and invest in the staff of Christianity Today.
For many cabinet members, ...read more >
Christianity Today (CT) and Brotherhood Mutual Insurance Company recently released their findings of a joint research project—Youth Ministry in America. The study, based on responses from more than 800 youth ministry leaders across the United States, highlights key findings on the demographics, ...read more >
Several months ago, fundraising efforts began to secure the $250,000 needed for Books & Culture magazine to continue in 2014. As editor John Wilson explained, the 18-year-old publication "has always depended on support both from the company as a whole and various outside sources." Given ...read more >
Christianity Today launched the Global Gospel Project in 2011, setting out to create a common-ground catechism for today's church. In its second year, the project continues to present and prepare teachings that reach across evangelical traditions and across the world.
While catechisms—doctrinal ...read more >
If have an NIV Student Bible or a Quest Study Bible on your shelf, you may not know it but you own a Christianity Today product. For over 25 years Christianity Today has worked with publishers from all over the world to develop multiple new Bibles for different ages, demographics, and concentrations, ...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 >