Christianity Today names Russell Moore Editor in Chief

Christianity Today names Russell Moore Editor in Chief Russell Moore will step into the role of editor in chief of Christianity Today on September 1. “I have held the editor in chief position in stewardship for a brief time,” states CT president and CEO Timothy Dalrymple, “but it needs someone to inhabit it fully, and Moore exhibits that way of following Jesus that is deeply rooted, beautifully orthodox, thoughtful and compassionate, and committed to serving the kingdom even at great cost to…

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CT presents free webinar on “Reimagining Biblical Womanhood” on March 11

CT presents free webinar on “Reimagining Biblical Womanhood” on March 11 Christianity Today will host a candid conversation on the obstacles and opportunities facing women leaders in the church in a free webinar titled, “Reimagining Biblical Womanhood,” on Friday, March 11, at 1 pm CST. The panel features a lineup of notable industry authors whose books have helped shape the evangelical community’s current discussion on women’s issues. The panelists include Kat Armas (Abuelita Faith), Beth Allison Barr (The Making of…

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“Prayer in the Night” named Christianity Today’s 2022 Book of the Year

“Prayer in the Night” named Christianity Today’s 2022 Book of the Year WESTMONT, IL—Christianity Today has announced its 2022 Book Award winners and has named Prayer in the Night by Tish Harrison Warren the CT Book of the Year and the recipient of the Beautiful Orthodoxy Award. The Book of the Year honor is Warren’s second Beautiful Orthodoxy Award. Her first book, Liturgy of the Ordinary¸ was also chosen as the top title for the 2018 CT Book Awards. Framed around one ordinary day, Liturgy of the Ordinary explores daily life through…

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CT presents webinar “Listening to Native American Christian Voices,” with editor of First Nations translation

CT presents webinar “Listening to Native American Christian Voices,” with editor of First Nations translation This week on November 18, CT will host a conversation with indigenous leaders on the power of faith, history, and culture.  The free webinar, titled “Heritage and Hope: Listening to Native American Christian Voices,” at 1 pm CST, will feature a diverse array of Native American leaders, including Terry M. Wildman, editor of IVP’s recently released First Nations Version: An Indigenous Translation of the New Testament….

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Christianity Today partners with Our Daily Bread to present dynamic new podcast, ‘Where Ya From?’

Christianity Today partners with Our Daily Bread to present dynamic new podcast, ‘Where Ya From?’ Carol Stream, IL – September 7, 2021 – Christianity Today is partnering with Our Daily Bread Ministries to produce Where Ya From?, a new weekly podcast that explores faith and culture with thought leaders from around the Christian community. Created by Our Daily Bread Ministries (ODBM), Where Ya From? is hosted by Rasool Berry, teaching pastor at Bridge Church in Brooklyn, New York, and director…

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Christianity Today announces new ‘Viral Jesus’ Podcast

Christianity Today announces new ‘Viral Jesus’ Podcast Carol Stream, IL – July 23, 2021 – What does it mean to live out our faith in a digital world? How are Christian leaders and creatives using social media to share the Good News? These are the themes explored in Viral Jesus, a new podcast from Christianity Today about communication and the power of social connections. In each episode, communications scholar Heather Thompson Day takes her listeners on a deep dive with…

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Christianity Today announces new publication that “Revives the Christian Imagination”

Christianity Today announces new publication that “Revives the Christian Imagination” Carol Stream, IL — June 21, 2021 – Christianity Today has added a nascent publication and digital community, Ekstasis, into its media ecosystem to further its joint pursuit of Beautiful Orthodoxy—communicating the truth, goodness, and beauty of the gospel of Jesus Christ. Christianity Today’s president and CEO, Timothy Dalrymple, explains that “Ekstasis revives the Christian imagination, offering artful contemplation that nurtures the soul, and illuminates a path that leads through…

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Russell Moore to join Christianity Today to lead new Public Theology Project

Russell Moore to join Christianity Today to lead new Public Theology Project Christianity Today is announcing the hiring of Russell Moore to serve as a full-time public theologian for the publication and to lead a new Public Theology Project. “We could not be more pleased with the addition of Russell Moore in this role,” said Christianity Today’s president and CEO, Timothy Dalrymple. “Russell has established himself as one of the most significant evangelical voices of our time. He illuminates the…

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Call for Submissions for 2022 Christianity Today Book Awards

Call for Submissions for 2022 Christianity Today Book Awards Carol Stream, IL. May 12, 2021 – Christianity Today is calling for submissions for the 2022 Christianity Today Book Awards. The CT Book Awards, along with our “Beautiful Orthodoxy” Book of the Year, will be announced in December at ChristianityToday.com. Winners will be featured prominently in the January/February 2022 issue of CT and widely promoted in CT newsletters and on the site. Publishers of the winning books will also have the opportunity to…

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Christianity Today launches Week of Giving with dollar for dollar match

Christianity Today launches Week of Giving with dollar for dollar match CT has launched its most important week of the year – The Week of Giving – and asks for your partnership to continue elevating transformative truths and sharing powerful stories. During these difficult and disorienting times, the Church needs biblical wisdom and hope, and the world needs a faithful Church more than ever.  Donations received this week will receive a dollar for dollar match by a generous donor. More…

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Christianity Today call for submissions for CT Book Awards

Christianity Today call for submissions for CT Book Awards Carol Stream, IL. May 11, 2020 – Christianity Today is calling for submissions for the 2021 Christianity Today Book Awards. The CT Book Awards, along with our “Beautiful Orthodoxy” Book of the Year, will be announced in December at ChristianityToday.com. Winners will be featured prominently in the January/February 2021 issue of CT and widely promoted in CT newsletters and on the site. Publishers of the winning books will also have the opportunity to…

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Christianity Today awarded by Evangelical Press Association

Christianity Today awarded by Evangelical Press Association CAROL STREAM, Ill., April 24, 2020 — In its annual publishing awards livestreamed on April 21, the Evangelical Press Association (EPA) honored Christianity Today with 29 publishing awards chosen by journalism peers across the country. These annual awards honor member publications through two contests: the Awards of Excellence for publications as a whole and the Higher Goals for individual pieces that were produced during the 2019 calendar year. For the sixth straight year, ChristianityToday.com won the top Award…

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Christianity Today call for “CT Book Award” nominations

Christianity Today call for “CT Book Award” nominations Call for 2020 Book Award Nominations CAROL STREAM, Ill., June 5, 2019 — Christianity Today is calling for submissions for the 2020 Christianity Today Book Awards. The CT Book Awards, along with our “Beautiful Orthodoxy” Book of the Year, will be announced in December at ChristianityToday.com. Winners will be featured prominently in the January/February 2020 issue of CT and widely promoted in CT newsletters and on the site. Publishers of the winning books will have…

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Lexham Press announces a new publishing partnership with Christianity Today

Lexham Press announces a new publishing partnership with Christianity Today The Best of Christianity Today is a new series from Lexham Press, featuring the most enduring articles from decades of Christianity Today. The first three titles in this series include essential writings from Carl F. H. Henry and John Stott and a robust account of the basics of Christian doctrine from leading evangelical theologians. This publishing partnership will last three years, with more titles forthcoming. Since 1956, Christianity Today has been the leading voice for…

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