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 >
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 >
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 >
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 >
So what would happen if Christianity Today magazine and its website simply shut down today? What if there was no more CT?"
For a moment, that question just hung in the room.
To be sure, we had asked ourselves that very question several times in the not-too-distant past. And not just as a ...read more >