Our Latest

Hype Meets Holy in Modern Bible Design
Hype Meets Holy in Modern Bible Design
The latest “premium” text has a bright red cover, street art-inspired calligraphy, and a $300 price tag.
A Kentucky Church’s Secret to Handling Abuse Allegations: Humility
A Kentucky Church’s Secret to Handling Abuse Allegations: Humility
Tates Creek Presbyterian won praise for its transparent investigation. Then it had to do it again.
Français
Partner ContentJoin Barna in Your City
Crafted by CT Creative Studio in Partnership with Gloo
Join Barna in Your City
This month Barna and Gloo are combining forces to serve city leaders.
5 Books That Help Believers Persevere Through Doubt
5 Books That Help Believers Persevere Through Doubt
Chosen by A. J. Swoboda, author of “After Doubt: How to Question Your Faith without Losing It.”
When Do the Latest Hillsong and Bethel Hits Belong in Your Sunday Lineups?
When Do the Latest Hillsong and Bethel Hits Belong in Your Sunday Lineups?
How worship pastors decide whether to sing to the Lord a new song.
Gender-Identity Conversations Don’t Have to Be Scary
Gender-Identity Conversations Don’t Have to Be Scary
Preston Sprinkle gives guidance on thinking biblically and listening in love.
An Altar Call for Backsliding Book People
An Altar Call for Backsliding Book People
Two authors encourage Christians to rededicate themselves to attentive, artful reading.
Asking God to Reduce Carbon Emissions
Asking God to Reduce Carbon Emissions
Christians organize prayer campaign ahead of climate change conference in Glasgow.
Died: Ashur Eskrya, Champion of Iraq’s Displaced Christians
Died: Ashur Eskrya, Champion of Iraq’s Displaced Christians
President of the Assyrian Aid Society–Iraq (AASI) passes away from COVID-19 complications.
Remembering Robert E. Cooley, Former President of Gordon-Conwell
Remembering Robert E. Cooley, Former President of Gordon-Conwell
He brought archaeological expertise to Israel, Egypt, and North America.
Suffer the Little Children
Suffer the Little Children
Children don’t grieve the same as adults do. Their resilience after loss depends on our ability to understand the difference.
Quarantine as Caretaker
Steadfast | 44 min
Quarantine as Caretaker
How Andi Ashworth has cultivated patience while being separated from those she loves.
The Best Advice on Engaging Muslims
The Best Advice on Engaging Muslims, from Arab Evangelical Scholars
Diverse anthology of current Christian research on Islam, the Quran, and Muhammad suggests biblically-faithful paths for better engagement beyond polemics or dialogue.
Died: Teen Missions Founder Bob Bland
Died: Teen Missions Founder Bob Bland, Who Put Young Missionaries Through Boot Camp
With his Florida training program and international construction projects, he empowered young people who didn’t want to wait to do something for God.
The Digital Devil Looks to Devour
The Digital Devil Looks to Devour
Scripture and sermon can hardly compete with the charms (‘prelest’) of cable news and Twitter.
The Missing Word in Our Reckonings on Race
The Missing Word in Our Reckonings on Race
Two pastors advocate reparations for victims of white supremacy.
Police Block and Barricade Canadian Church Over COVID-19 Violations
Police Block and Barricade Canadian Church Over COVID-19 Violations
The pastor of the Alberta congregation recently spent a month in jail for repeated refusals to comply.
Evangelicals’ Vaccine Skepticism Isn’t Coming from the Pulpit
Evangelicals’ Vaccine Skepticism Isn’t Coming from the Pulpit
Conservative pastors and leaders are encouraging the shot while the people in the pews have been more divided.
InterVarsity Wins Suit Against Wayne State
InterVarsity Wins Suit Against Wayne State
UPDATE: University’s nondiscrimination policy unconstitutionally discriminated against the campus ministry.
Why Black Pastors Still Stay Southern Baptist
Why Black Pastors Still Stay Southern Baptist
Even with disputes over Trump and critical race theory pushing some minority leaders out, others stand by the missional advantage in the country’s largest Protestant body.
How Churches Can Welcome Both Vaxed and Unvaxed
Quick To Listen | 1 hr 4 min
How Churches Can Welcome Both Vaxed and Unvaxed
The new complications of bringing the congregation together.
Women and African Americans Now More Likely to Leave the SBC, But So Is Everybody Else
Women and African Americans Now More Likely to Leave the SBC, But So Is Everybody Else
Though data shows declines across the board, departing members aren’t going far.
Baptists Can Dunk: 5 Facts About Baylor Basketball’s Historic NCAA Championship Win
Baptists Can Dunk: 5 Facts About Baylor Basketball’s Historic NCAA Championship Win
A culture of joy is at the center of the 114-year-old program’s first national title.
Pastoral Care Doesn’t Require Capes
Pastoral Care Doesn’t Require Capes
Four practitioners discuss how to minister well without resorting to heroics.
Finding Friendship
Finding Friendship
Ronnie Martin and Jared Wilson talk about the difficulties and nuances of friendships for pastors.
Franklin Graham Wins British Bus Ad Censorship Suit
Franklin Graham Wins British Bus Ad Censorship Suit
Evangelist’s LGBT views are protected by UK Equality Act, court rules.
Churches Plunge Ahead with Easter Baptisms
Churches Plunge Ahead with Easter Baptisms
New converts show the impact of distanced discipleship during pandemic shutdowns.
Meet the Pro-Life Activist Who Narrowly Escaped Being Aborted
Meet the Pro-Life Activist Who Narrowly Escaped Being Aborted Herself
How Claire Culwell’s life changed when she discovered the shocking truth about her biological mother.
Tim Keller: Hope for a Better World Starts with the Resurrection
Tim Keller: Hope for a Better World Starts with the Resurrection
Four reasons Christianity offers unparalleled confidence that history is headed somewhere good.
Sin Makes Us Thirsty. Find Refreshment at the Cross.
Sin Makes Us Thirsty. Find Refreshment at the Cross.
Jesus went without water so we could drink eternally from the fountain of God’s grace.
Some Church Plants Launch on Easter After COVID-19 Delays
Some Church Plants Launch on Easter After COVID-19 Delays
New congregations have put their initial public gatherings on hold for six months or more.
What Pastoring Seniors Teaches Me About the Resurrection
What Pastoring Seniors Teaches Me About the Resurrection
In 14 years, I’ve presided over more than 100 funerals. Easter gives me hope.
Rethinking Multiethnic Churches
Rethinking Multiethnic Churches
A discussion on the fruits and challenges of multiethnic congregations.

Top Story April 13, 2021

A Kentucky Church’s Secret to Handling Abuse Allegations: Humility
A Kentucky Church’s Secret to Handling Abuse Allegations: Humility
Tates Creek Presbyterian won praise for its transparent investigation. Then it had to do it again.
Français

CT Bookstore


Enter The Vault

Vault

Browse our Full Library of online archives, including past issues of CT magazine.

Access the Archives