Whoever said summer was lazy? Certainly no one here at Christianity Today!
The "vacation" season has already introduced several new and exciting changes to the Christianity Today operation, beginning with our redesigned and expanded website that went live in June. ChristianityToday.com has the same award-winning content you've come to expect every day—only now there's more of it! And it's re-organized so that you can more easily find the stories and commentary you want.
If you haven't checked it out, do so—then let us know what you think.
While I'm effusing over this revitalized site, let me also mention several additional CT digital delights making their way to a device near you.
For starters, we'll expand our international news coverage—a CT uniqueness—to give site visitors even greater access to what our God is doing in and through his church worldwide.
We are also planning several new digital formats for the popular Her.meneutics women's blog (read by a lot of men as well). To get on the front end of this expansion, sign up for the Her.meneutics e-newsletter by clicking the newsletter icon under "Follow CT Anywhere" at our website.
Lastly, a CT iPad app and new mobile website are planned for early fall. You'll have increased access to CT wherever you find yourself.
Complementing the quality of this digital expansion is the fine-tuning that goes into every issue of our flagship periodical. We always want to give you the best, most comprehensive print read possible. Those two goals come together nicely in the issue you're holding.
This issue probably felt thicker when you pulled it out of your mailbox. (A bit of a surprise for a summer issue, as they are traditionally smaller.) But this one is a "twofer"—two ...1