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Died: David Mainse, Canada’s Top Trusted Televangelist
The late “100 Huntley Street” broadcaster told generations of viewers each day, “Jesus loves you.”
Think Fake News Is Scary? Try False Teaching Subscriber access only
We learn to spot a lie by studying the truth.
Died: Michael Cromartie, the Church’s Ambassador to Washington
The late DC leader is remembered for his integrity, friendship, and bridge-building between Christians and the media.
Lent, Unplugged
In a time of digital consumption, here’s how the church can lead the way on healthy media fasting.
White Evangelicals Grade Trump, Republicans, and the Media
Pew looks at satisfaction with the election, and what voters think the new president should do first.
The Other 'Christianity Today' Subscriber access only
Learning from our fundamentalist predecessor.
A Decade of Change Subscriber access only
Christian Radio Is Booming (If You Live 3.5 Miles Away)
Four out of five listeners are tuning in for the same reason.
Are We Distracting Ourselves to Death?
How technology-driven "hyperreality" hijacks our attention and makes us numb to real-life dangers.
Quit Calling Them 'Chick Flicks'
With the female-fronted 'Ghostbusters,' it's time to celebrate women in movies.
8 Arguments Against Social Media – And Why Pastors Must Use It Anyway
When a pastor refuses to be on social media, they’re telling a large chunk of the congregation, “If you want to talk to me, you’ll do it my way.”
Coasting is Compromise: The Importance of Being a Proactive Church
Adapting to new methods to tell the old, old story may be our greatest defense against unbiblical compromise.
Confessions of a Media-Protective Parent
What I’ve learned from trying to keep my kids safe—but not too safe.
A Smart Fashion Mag Is Hard to Find
The quest for style writing that informs and inspires, not shames and sells.
Q+A: The Secret Lives of Teens Online
The conversation about the pornification of social media is long overdue.
Dear Everyone: Stop Writing Open Letters
Open letters have changed history, but our petty online rants are getting old.
Every Idle Word: 8 Cautions for Ministers on Social Media
Social media is a powerful tool for good, for evil, and for mischief. These eight ideas can help keep conversations civil and reputations intact.
My Silence Is Not Compliance: Why I Don’t Preach Politics from the Pulpit
Preachers need to take our cue from God's Word, not the current obsession of the 24-hour news cycle.
15 Books That Are Good Enough to Give Subscriber access only
Holiday book list: Her.meneutics writers recommend their favorites.
The Gatekeepers are Gone: What’s Holding Your Ministry Back?
The era of needing approval to produce and distribute great ministry content is over. We just need to do it.