Christianity Today inspires a hopeful vision for the church and the world that reflects Christ's love, redemption, and restoration.
CT avoids being exclusive about their audience. CT tries to address the broader church and to press their thinking on a variety of issues.
Speaking the truth, careful reliable journalism, standing up for the things that are going on in our culture today, the global and local and national perspective—this is all part of CT and it's so important to me.
In a generation where the truth that inspires hope for the future is lacking, CT remains a critical evangelical journal that fills the gap.
Christianity Today consistently has faith-provoking articles that seem to be getting better and better. Your ministry is having a good effect half a world away in Australia.
CT is our main source of information for what is happening in the Christian world in general and the evangelical world in particular. The articles are well researched, balanced, presenting a variety of use and yet solidly based on God's Word. We appreciate the fact that you have dared to handle issues that were considered taboo and have gone on a limb to try to be balanced in what you present.
It has never been more important for the church to be the church. Christianity Today wants to see the Church more faithful to Christ and the world more drawn to him.
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Christianity Today forms a central nervous system for the global body of Christ. We help the body communicate and coordinate.
Christianity Today is a voice for the church that shapes the evangelical conversation, brings important issues to the forefront, and challenges Christians to love and serve the overlooked.
You can help Christianity Today elevate the stories and the ideas of the kingdom of God. Together, we join with God to uplift what is good, overcome what is evil, and heal what is broken.
Christianity Today gives me a way of beginning biblically-based conversations with my kids and with people who I'm in relationship with. We need to be able to speak to one another in truth and love, and CT models this posture.