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Michelle Van Loon, Author and nonprofit consultant

Michelle Van Loon: Christianity Today Tackles Honest Struggles We Face

The experiences shared by those who share their own ministry struggles in the pages of Christianity Today and Leadership Journal regularly reminded me that others were experiencing the same challenges my husband and I were. Their words affirmed what we were learning in the trenches: Ministry was simultaneously impossible and joyous, packed with soul-wearying challenges and overflowing with kingdom possibilities.


Michelle Van Loon, Author and nonprofit consultant

Michelle Van Loon: Christianity Today Helps Us in Our Journey

Christianity Today has played a key role in my journey, helping me see what it can look like to follow Jesus into the world he loves via conversation, service, worship, vocation, presence … and now, the classroom.


Cat Knarr, Writer

Cat Knarr: Christianity Today Helped My Own Writing

So many at Christianity Today have helped bring out the best in my writing and reporting through their insightful critiques and encouragement.


John Ortberg, Pastor of Menlo Park Presbyterian Church in California

John Ortberg: Christianity Today Is Centrist

Christianity Today is centrist, but not with a bland, middle-of-the-road, keep-all-the-constituencies-placated kind of centrism. We need Christianity Today to teach us how to speak in a voice of passionate conviction from the best in our movement that is centered in our best understanding of the good news about Jesus and his kingdom.


John Ortberg, Pastor of Menlo Park Presbyterian Church in California

John Ortberg: We Need Christianity Today to Inspire Us

We need Christianity Today to inspire us. We need Christianity Today to remind us of what we might yet become. We need the ministry to do what Israel always needed her prophets to do—to paint a picture of shalom so beautiful that it moves us and quickens us and shames us and feeds us.

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David Zailer, Executive Director, Operation Integrity, Monarch Beach, CA

David Zailer: Christianity Today Deals With Difficult Issues

I both admire and appreciate Christianity Today's willingness to deal with difficult topics in such a sensitive and human way. They don't simply do inspirational fluff stories. Their articles are real, deep, and honest. They don't gloss over issues, pretending they aren't there. They also don't follow the latest trend or simply cover what's fashionable. Those sorts of qualities and commitments give Christianity Today a great deal of credibility.


David Zailer, Executive Director, Operation Integrity, Monarch Beach, CA

David Zailer: Christianity Today Finds Common Ground

Christianity Today is a voice of balance in a religious culture that can be so divided. They seek to unify—to find common ground. While they strive to be theologically accurate, they don't pick sides on issues that don't have black-and-white answers.


Josh Moody, Senior Pastor, College Church, Wheaton, IL

Josh Moody: Excellence in Reporting

The church is well served by Christianity Today's commitment to high quality, excellent, unbiased, credible reporting based upon eyewitness and appropriate sources. Their excellence in this area is a key distinctive.


Josh Moody, Senior Pastor, College Church, Wheaton, IL

Josh Moody: Speaking Truth In Love

Christianity Today's peaceful, gentle, balanced tone is a tonic to a church that can, at times, sound shrill and partisan. Their historic emphasis on calling people to the gospel, irrespective of secondary issues, is important for today's sometimes fragmented body. Remaining doctrinally rigorous while seeking to be irenic is speaking "truth in love."


Josh Moody, Senior Pastor, College Church, Wheaton, IL

Josh Moody: Thank You for Believing in the Church

Thank you for believing in the church and demonstrating this belief through the work you do at Christianity Today and by the way you personally serve in your local congregations.

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