CTPastors.com provides today's working pastors with smart, honest, biblically faithful perspective on matters of ministry and real-world solutions to the pain points in pastors’ calendars.
Our mission is to serve Christ's church by offering pastors wisdom and tools for their calling.
The content on CTPastors.com can be unlocked with a subscription to Christianity Today. By subscribing, you get access to new articles published weekly, Common Challenges addressing major pain points of ministry, the full archives of Leadership Journal, and our vast collection of cartoons for pastors. And if you identify yourself as a pastor when you subscribe, you will also receive our twice-a-year special print issue of CT Pastors, shipped with the April and October issues of Christianity Today. If you have a Christianity Today account, you already have access to everything on CTPastors.com.
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The articles on CTPastors.com are written by our readers, so we welcome your ideas. Most of our writing is requested, but we do occasionally publish unsolicited manuscripts. Please send us a brief query describing your idea and how you plan to develop it. We'll respond to you as quickly as possible.
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CTPastors.com is Christianity Today’s home for working pastors. Our audience includes senior and solo pastors, other pastors on staff at churches, and lay people from a wide variety of backgrounds who serve in pastoral roles.
We're looking for pieces that provide wisdom and tools for working pastors. A published article describes real experiences in powerful prose, painting vivid scenes with which pastors can identify. Tell the story of what happened and what you learned. Readers can see what went wrong and what went right, learning from the experience of someone who's been there. Show that you understand the complexities, joys, and pain of modern ministry. Offer insight on the practical issues: the conflicts, temptations, mistakes, and successes.
CT Pastors does not publish the following:
Movie, TV show, or video game reviews
Articles belittling or attacking pastors or the church