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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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  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Lancia Smith: Beautiful Orthodoxy Models An Integrated Life
    Lancia Smith: Beautiful Orthodoxy Models An Integrated Life

    CT's work validates my work in teaching good, true, and beautiful as an approach to not only faith but how we can live an integrated life. The creation of Beautiful Orthodoxy has had a ripple effect through so many places.

  • Lancia Smith: CT Shows Us How God Is Working
    Lancia Smith: CT Shows Us How God Is Working

    CT allows us to listen in on the way God is working in different groups and regions through the filter of what's good and true and beautiful. It doesn't just talk about Beautiful Orthodoxy in theory, CT models it in practice.

  • Bo Matthews: CT Keeps Me Aware of the Global Church

    CT has kept me in touch with the larger evangelical family, and I never had to worry that it had drifted away from orthodox Christian doctrines. The family is now global, and CT consistently reports on what is happening around the world. Of course, no one can keep up with all that, but without CT, we would be much less aware of what Christ is doing globally. With its finger on the pulse of the global Church, CT is positioned well to help us find more clarity. I thank God the magazine is in the body of Christ.

  • Keith Stonehocker: CT Leads The Conversation
    Keith Stonehocker: CT Leads The Conversation

    In my many contacts with church leaders around the world, I was amazed at how many were familiar with CT, and appreciated that CT led the conversation in many of the theological and cultural issues facing the church today.

  • Keith Stonehocker: CT Helps Us Learn from Global Leaders
    Keith Stonehocker: CT Helps Us Learn from Global Leaders

    My dream would be that CT Global could find an effective way to encourage dialogue and mutual learning between Christian leaders from America and other parts of the world. We have as much to learn from the global church as it has to learn from us.

  • Helen Laack: CT Features a Broad Range of Thinkers

    What I really find provocative and interesting is the global reach of authors found in every issue of CT. The authors of three recent articles I found moving are authored by a woman living in Burundi, an Australian evangelist, and a corporate executive from Colorado. Where else do we have opportunity to hear from such a broad range of solidly Christian thinkers?