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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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  • Writing Isn't Easy for Jen Wilkin. But She'll Write for CT.
    Writing Isn't Easy for Jen Wilkin. But She'll Write for CT.
    Why the popular Bible teacher regularly contributes to the magazine.
  • 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.

  • 2018 Ministry Report
    2018 Ministry Report
    Your support made a difference in 2018.
  • Russell Moore Reads CT Because of CCM
    Russell Moore Reads CT Because of CCM
    How Philip Yancey and other CT columnists transformed the Southern Baptist leader's faith.
  • CT Is Tending a Garden in the Desert
    CT Is Tending a Garden in the Desert
    Cultivating Founder Lancia Smith on how CT inspires and motivates her work.
  • 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?

  • Daniel Darling: CT Shapes the Church
    Daniel Darling: CT Shapes the Church

    Christianity Today has been formative in my life in many ways. I have been reading CT for decades, and they always present the best of the center of evangelicalism, bringing together thought leadership, practical application, and then looking at issues in the church from all sides. It's fulfilled the vision that Billy Graham had for it: to help shape the church.

  • Daniel Darling: CT Models Faithful Orthodoxy
    Daniel Darling: CT Models Faithful Orthodoxy

    When I was a young pastor coming out of an unhealthy church environment, CT was one of the main influences that was able to show me what faithful orthodoxy looks like.