Stay Woke: A Q&A with ‘Faithfully Magazine’
The story behind a new, multiethnic journalistic enterprise.
If you stay out of the so-called ethnic and music publications, what you find is that 95 percent of the cover stories feature white individuals. They're the leading stories.
Dear Secretary Tillerson: Don’t Downsize Religion in Foreign Affairs
Closing the RGA is much more than a bureaucratic loss; it impacts our Christian brothers and sisters around the globe.
God: Christian Perspectives on the Holy Land (Cascade, 2017) and author of Social Justice Handbook: Small Steps for a Better Word (IVP, 2009) as well as other books and publications
Who’s the Most Excited About Brio? Probably Moms
We grew up on glossies. Our daughters want a different medium.
I have no idea how the June 1985 issue of Teen, in all its neon, big-hair, snappy cover-copy-glory, snuck under a pile of trade publications, but it was fitting.
A Smart Fashion Mag Is Hard to Find
The quest for style writing that informs and inspires, not shames and sells.
But I'd be willing to bet that the publication's unwillingness to let advertising play as weighty a role as it does at mainstream publications had something to do with it.
Civil Discourse Is Key to Our Future
In a time of political angst and division, Scripture offers us a guiding principle.
Her recent publications include Honoring God in Red or Blue: Approaching Politics with Humility, Grace, and Reason (Moody Publishers), and Five Views on the Church and Politics
Are Religious Kids Meaner or Nicer?
A Christian sociologist responds to two contradictory studies and what they tell us about science.
Her publications include two books drawing on findings from the National Study of Youth and Religion, A Faith of Their Own: Stability and Change in the Religiosity of America's
Melinda Gates: Why Women Are the Best Investment
Women have the power to transform society. But here’s what they need to make it happen.
Amy Jackson is the managing editor of several publications at Christianity Today, including SmallGroups.com, ChristianBibleStudies.com, and Gifted for Leadership.
Actually, the ‘Mommy Wars’ Aren’t Universal
Most American moms, particularly women of color, don’t fit the stereotypes.
experiences. Patrice Gopo's essays have appeared in a variety of publications, including online in The New York Times and The Washington Post. Her
Why It’s a Good Time to Be a Christian Woman
New opportunities affirm the unique giftedness we’ve always had.
church. More than ever, we see pastors, leaders, publishers, and publications seeking out women's voices and highlighting women's contributions. This
Q+A: The Secret Lives of Teens Online
The conversation about the pornification of social media is long overdue.
beings. Nancy Jo Sales is an award-winning journalist who has written for Vanity Fair, New York, Harper's Bazaar and many other publications. She
Why I Quit Watching ‘Downton Abbey’
This isn’t just a pretty period drama. It’s a show about terror.
on the screen. DL Mayfield's writing has appeared in various publications such as CT, McSweeney's, and Image Journal, among others. Her book of
Hallmark Christmas Movies: ‘Guilty Pleasure’ No More
The good-hearted holiday films prove more popular—and more lovable— than we assume.
Now that would be a Christmas miracle, indeed. DL Mayfield's writing has appeared in various publications such as CT, McSweeney's, and Image Journal, among others.
Learning to Love My Haters
How even the harshest criticism makes us better writers.
Her writing has appeared in various publications such as CT, McSweeney's, and Image Journal, among others. Her book of essays is forthcoming from HarperOne in 2016.
Transracial Is a Valid Identity
Just not the way it’s being applied to Rachel Dolezal.
Angela's story has been featured in Huffington Post, Slate, The Daily Kos, Adoption.com, and other publications. She blogs at www.theadoptedlife.com.
From Her.meneutics, with Love
Valentine’s Day dedications to some of our favorites.
Amy Julia Becker. InterVarsity's The Well. As the editor of Her.meneutics, I'm inspired by the fellow publications and ministries for women I follow on social media.
Managing Anxiety and Making Friends
With mental illness, community becomes more challenging… and more essential.
She also writes for various publications, studied family sociology, and is currently pursuing her DMS at Rockbridge Seminary while studying clinical psychology at Texas Tech University
The Missing Voice in the Adoption Conversation
How our language would change if we heard more from adoptees.
adoption. Angela's story has been featured in Huffington Post, Slate, The Daily Kos, Adoption.com, and other publications. She blogs at theadoptedlife.com.
To Publish a Predator
What the regrettable Leadership Journal post reminds us about the nature of sexual abuse.
They are unreliable narrators that cannot be trusted, and this is why we cannot allow them to have privileged positions of influence in our publications and our pulpits.