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How has the ministry of Christianity Today Influenced your life and your ministry? We'd love to hear your story!

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How has the ministry of Christianity Today Influenced your life and your ministry? We'd love to hear your story!

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  • Confronting Our Country’s Sins
    Confronting Our Country’s Sins
    Twenty CT staff and leaders spend three days in Alabama, witnessing the best and worst of American humanity.
  • Julie Turk: CT's Dependable Wisdom

    From my parents' subscription of the early 1960s until now, I don't remember a time without a Christianity Today magazine arriving every month. What seemed too serious and scholarly in my first 20 years "suddenly" became modern and relevant as young adulthood and workplace experience inspired deeper questions. Now, my husband and I have decades of treasures because of CT's dependable wisdom and connection to the world-wide Christian family. We appreciate that its expanding media presence provides even more material at the touch of a key, much of it easily shared with others. Christianity Today is a contemporary asset that will faithfully maintain the story of Christ's age-old Church. It's a joy to offer our support.

  • This Cuban Pastor Was on a CT Cover. Authorities Threatened Him.
    This Cuban Pastor Was on a CT Cover. Authorities Threatened Him.
    Mario Felix Lleonart Barroso's long history of standing up for religious freedom--even when it costs him.
  • How an Award-Winning CT Article Originated in Sunday School
    How an Award-Winning CT Article Originated in Sunday School
    For Fred Smith, writing isn't about acclaim.
  • A Vision Worth Living and Dying For
    A Vision Worth Living and Dying For
    How God called our ministry's new leader.
  • Ralph Stone: Forming Our Thinking
    Ralph Stone: Forming Our Thinking

    CT has helped inform how we think and respond in the world around us, whatever the cause or area, whether political or economic or social or theological. CT articles over the years have been formative for our thinking.

  • Bill Taylor's First Issue of Christianity Today Came By Boat.
    Bill Taylor's First Issue of Christianity Today Came By Boat.
    For the missions consultant, CT's focus on the global church is more crucial than ever.
  • Jen Wilkin: Showcasing the Broader Church
    Jen Wilkin: Showcasing the Broader Church

    CT avoids being exclusive about their audience. CT tries to address the broader church and to press their thinking on a variety of issues.

  • Russell Moore: CT Is Theologically Robust
    Russell Moore: CT Is Theologically Robust

    They [CT columnists] were theologically robust, not clichÉs and slogans. Each month these columns became for me a kind of Radio Free Bible Belt, dispatches from a place where evangelicals stood with courage for the total truthfulness of God's word and did so not as angry, dispirited sectarians but as ambassadors of a gospel that is good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all peoples.

  • Russell Moore: Bringing People Together
    Russell Moore: Bringing People Together

    CT is a village green for American and global evangelicalism where people from various tribes can interact with one another and with the outside world.