CAROL STREAM, Ill., Nov. 7, 2013 — Leadership Journal, a publication of Christianity Today, announced today several new expansions of the award-winning resource for pastors and church leaders. The changes include an important shift from a quarterly to a monthly issue, a new, improved iPad app to access issue content, and more web exclusive content than ever, including videos, cartoons, and infographics, at LeadershipJournal.net
"Since the beginning Leadership Journal has been a quarterly publication that pastors and church leaders everywhere trust and depend on for spiritual wisdom and hard-won insight," stated Marshall Shelley, editor-in-chief. "We’re excited about the move to monthly because we know pastors have less time and require a more accessible format that’s published in smaller chunks and in various mediums to reach them where they are in ministry."
Subscribers will still receive four print issues a year, but also now receive access to 12 distinct digital issues on a theme that today’s church leaders are talking about. The inaugural monthly issue in November tackles authenticity and transparency in ministry. These digital issues will be available on the web, smartphone, and on the new, improved iPad app — all at no additional cost.
In addition to web exclusive content that’s updated daily at LeadershipJournal.net, videos and infographics are now part of a new Media Library as well as hundreds of the popular and unique Leadership cartoons — often noted as a favorite part of the reading experience.
For more information about Leadership Journal or to subscribe, visit LeadershipJournal.net.
Leadership Journal tackles real ministry in a complex world and offers pastors and church leaders fresh ideas and credible solutions. Through quarterly print issues, monthly digital issues, and web exclusives, LJ is filled with honest articles and in-depth interviews that will help leaders to enhance their ministry, encourage community, and embody vision.
Christianity Today is a nonprofit, global media ministry that serves the church through digital and print publications, as well as practical and accessible web resources that together reach more than 2.5 million people every month.