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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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  • Andrew Wilson: CT’s Range of Writers and Readers Is Unique
    Andrew Wilson: CT’s Range of Writers and Readers Is Unique

    I like CT's substantive coverage and enjoy the perspective and range. Plus, as a writer, you find your work in between writers you have a lot of respect for.

  • Mario Felix Lleonart Barroso: CT Is a Must-Read
    Mario Felix Lleonart Barroso: CT Is a Must-Read

    CT is a must-read publication if you want to have the best possible idea of the evangelical environment around the world.

  • Bill Taylor: CT Doesn’t Back Off Complicated Issues
    Bill Taylor: CT Doesn’t Back Off Complicated Issues

    I am especially grateful that CT has taken on some of the toughest social, cultural, and ethical issues, and is not backing off, though pressured to do so.

  • Bill Taylor: CT’s Focus on the Global Church Is Crucial
    Bill Taylor: CT’s Focus on the Global Church Is Crucial

    I know CT had a significant influence on my understanding of what it meant to be an internationalized, thoughtful evangelical.

  • Catherine Taeger Arnsperger: CT Reminds Us We’re Part of the Same Family
    Catherine Taeger Arnsperger: CT Reminds Us We’re Part of the Same Family

    CT helps me remember that we belong to one family and, despite our differences and conflicts, we are part of one another and need one another as we all are conformed to the image of God's Son.

  • Catherine Taeger Arnsperger: CT Is Not Tribal
    Catherine Taeger Arnsperger: CT Is Not Tribal

    CT facilitates balanced discussions that allows individuals to make a more informed view in a world where Christians become tribal, coalescing around issues that aren't necessarily central to the faith.

  • Jim and Katy Carpenter: CT Helps Us Navigate Today’s Issues With Friends
    Jim and Katy Carpenter: CT Helps Us Navigate Today’s Issues With Friends

    We realized how often CT articles have impacted many of the people in our own community of faith over the years and how often the articles have come up in conversation as we have tried to navigate many issues.

  • Ellen Tuthill: I See My Story In CT Testimonies
    Ellen Tuthill: I See My Story In CT Testimonies

    CT's Testimony section is unique. I nearly always cry when I read it. I see my story in most Testimonies I read: one of brokenness, depravity, and rescue.

  • Julie Turk: CT's Dependable Wisdom
    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.

  • 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.