and create culture to the glory of God.
Our Cause: Beautiful Orthodoxy
For the Church …
Since 1956, Christianity Today has challenged the church with real-world content that is timely, compelling, insightful, balanced—and biblical.
Christianity Today is a magazine. But, it's much more than that.
Christianity Today is a leading, nonprofit media ministry for the evangelical church with 6 print publications, several digital-only publications, and practical web and mobile resources that together reach over 3.5 million people every month.
Christianity Today publishes a multitude of resources, in various formats, that Christian leaders everywhere trust. But, it's much more than that.
Christianity Today changes the people who change the world.
Men and women—in the U.S. and abroad—who are serious about their faith. Leaders and influencers—young and old—who are serious about wanting their lives to be used by God as a counterculture for the common good.
Today Christianity Today is more than a magazine.
And, in the future, we will be too as we advocate for the church, shape the evangelical conversation, bring important issues to the forefront, and provide practical solutions for church leaders.
Christianity Today's Distinctives
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- a clear ministry emphasis
- trustworthy content that is biblically-based
- a civil tone that communicates with conviction and love
- journalistic excellence and professional integrity
- creative verve and a humble discontent with the status quo
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Christianity Today's Primary Beneficiaries
Evangelical Christian leaders in the local church, in parachurch ministries, in business, in the arts, and in other positions of influence. In addition, Christianity Today seeks to be a trustworthy voice of evangelical Christianity, presenting the thoughtful, civil viewpoints, opinions, lifestyles, and leaders of orthodox Christianity to the culture at large. This voice more accurately and positively positions evangelicalism in the culture, and better helps shape the conversation in the public square.