Christianity Today

From August 2012 to 2013, I worked as editorial resident and assistant online editor at Christianity Today magazine. I worked closely with CT’s editorial staff to write both print and online news content. I  took responsibilities that went along with running the website and social media feeds, as well as being part of CT’s transition to digital-first publishing.

Links to news stories (most recent first)

Who Volunteers the Most?, May 2013 (print)

Is ‘Incoherent’ Christianity Better Than None at All?, April 2013 (print)

Russell Moore Elected to Lead Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, March 26, 2013

Why It Matters that Pope Francis Drinks Maté with Evangelicals, Mar. 14, 2013

The New President of Fuller Seminary’s Vision for the Future, Mar. 12, 2013

Flip That Church, March 2013 (print)

Religious Freedom Is the New Battleground for ‘Personhood’, Feb. 1, 2013

Obama Administration Tweaks Rules on Contraception Coverage, Feb. 1, 2013

Tattooed QB Not the Only Controversial Christian in 2013 Super Bowl, Jan. 31, 2013

Administrators’ Resignations Fuel Fears at Cedarville University, Jan. 23, 2013

Planting New Life in Detroit’s Vacated Landscape, Jan/Feb 2013 (Print)

Persecuted Christians Have New Allies, Jan. 8, 2013

Courts Issue Contradictory Rulings as Contraceptive Mandate Fines Begin, Jan. 7, 2013

Contraceptives, Guns, Chicken: Top Newsmakers of 2012, Dec. 31, 2012

Government Backs Down on Contraceptive Mandate, Dec. 19, 2012

InterVarsity Wins Key Nondiscrimination Battle at Tufts, Dec. 6, 2012

What Do They Teach at These British Schools?, Dec. 5, 2012

The King’s College Seeks Doctrine Over Politics, December 2012 (print)

The Surprising Christian Organizations Suing the Government, Nov. 19, 2012

New Efforts Aim to Reach—and Understand—Hispanics, Nov. 15, 2012

Post-Election Roundup: Living in the “New Moral Landscape”, Nov. 8, 2012

“After Superstorm Sandy, Advice for Churches,” Nov. 2, 2012

“Crisis of Faith Statements,” November 2012 (print)

“Doubting China’s One-Child Policy Change,” November 2012 (print)

“Dinesh D’Souza Resigns as President of The King’s College,” Oct. 18, 2012

“CT Exclusive: Dinesh D’Souza Denies Infidelity,” Oct. 17, 2012

“Dramatic Increase In Religiously Unaffiliated As Protestants Lose Majority Status,” Oct. 9, 2012

“Grand Canyon University Gets Free Mass. Campus,” Sept. 21, 2012

“Christian Colleges Try MOOCs,” October 2012 (print)

“When Planned Parenthood Attacks,” Interview with Karen Handel, Sept. 11, 2012

“Are Parents’ Prayers for Miracle Healings Inhumane?” August 15, 2012

Links to “Gleanings,” aggregated news blog posts (most recent first)

Church of the Holy Sepulchre Threatens Temporary Closure Over Jerusalem Water Bill

Cuban Christians Can Soon Travel More Freely

Care Net Selects New President: Roland Warren, Fighter of ‘Fatherhood Crisis’

Tufts University Suspends InterVarsity Chapter for Requiring Christian Leaders

Silver Lining for Churches in Second Circuit Deciding DOMA Is Unconstitutional?

Texas Cheerleaders Win Temporary Victory In Bible-Verse Banners Case

Lawsuit Charges C. J. Mahaney, Sovereign Grace Ministries with Covering Up Child Sex Abuse

Abortion Legalized in Uruguay and Buenos Aires by One-Vote Margins

Protests Delay Indonesia’s Inauguration of Christian VP in Jakarta

Dinesh D’Souza, Married President of The King’s College, Faces Questions Over New ‘Fiancee’

Bhutan Bans Public Religious Activities For Six Months Before Elections

Wycliffe Bible Translators Exec Killed In Car Accident

Billy Graham Offers Romney ‘Help’ During Meeting at N.C. Home

Is Apple Promoting Original Sin? Orthodox Russian Activists Say Yes

A Record-Setting 1,500 Pastors Deliberately Break Law, Yet Fail To Provoke IRS

European Baptists Relocate International Seminary to Amsterdam

Blasphemy Reform Debate in Pakistan Quashed By ‘Innocence Of Muslims’ Video

Adult Stem Cell Researchers Win Nobel Medicine Prize

Canada Cuts Almost All Non-Christian Prison Chaplains

Mubi Massacre of 46 Students Linked To Nigeria’s Boko Haram

Worker Visa Policies Not An Issue of Religious Freedom, Court Rules

Princeton Elects Craig Barnes As Next Seminary President

China’s Shouwang Church Continues Sunday Protests in Beijing

Indian Government Seizes Land Used By Catholic Ministry To Lepers

Illinois Pharmacists Not Required To Sell Emergency Contraceptives, Court Says

Racial Discrimination By Billy Graham Evangelistic Association? Judge Says No

Montana Restrictions On Clergy Political Speech Ruled Unconstitutional

Coptic Children Released After Initial Arrest For ‘Insulting Islam’

Activist Sentenced For Threats Against Pro-Life Leaders

Jerusalem Monastery Suffers Graffiti in Latest “Price-Tag” Attack

Sunday School Grenade Attack In Kenya Kills Child, Injures Three Others

Bible Publisher Tyndale Files Lawsuit Against HHS Contraceptive Mandate

Court Rules Medi-Share Must End Cost-Sharing Ministry In Kentucky

Judge Rules HHS Contraception Mandate Does Not Violate Religious Freedom

Student Story On Professor’s Arrest Post-Jerry Sandusky Sparks Controversy At Bryan College

Prominent Oxford Evangelical Vaughan Roberts Reveals Same-Sex Attraction

Macon County “Roach Thrower” Arrested For Church Trespassing

Brian McLaren Leads Commitment Ceremony At Son’s Same-Sex Wedding

Is Chick-Fil-A Chickening Out In Chicago? (Updated)

On Communion, Vast Majority Of Southern Baptist Pastors Don’t Follow Denomination

Judge Okays Bible-Verse Banners For Cheerleaders

New Charges In 1984 Massacre Of Peru Christians

More Muslims Seeking Christian Higher Education in U.S.

Spanish Cities Plan To Tax Church Property

First-Ever Female Chaplain Assigned To Army Combat Unit

Court in India’s Most Hindu State Partially Repeals Anti-Conversion Law

Pastors Sue Kenyan Government Over Lack Of Protection

Coptic Leaders Condemn Film As Muslim Protests Kill 28 in 10 Countries

Advocacy Groups Disagree Whether China Has Banned One-Child Policy Forced Abortions

Updated: China Bans Forced Abortions Due To One-Child Policy

Toronto Churches Face Eviction As School Rental Fees Skyrocket

European Union Expands Asylum For Religious Persecution

Jews For Jesus Co-Founder Dies Following Subway Fall

Massachusetts Voters Debate Physician-Assisted Suicide

Hobby Lobby Sues HHS Over Contraception Mandate

Terry Jones Comments Linked to Egypt, Libya Attacks

Mark Regnerus Cleared Of Misconduct in research Involving Gay Parents

“Price-Tag” Attack at Latrun Monastery Draws Condemnations From Israeli Leaders

Embattled Indonesian Church Must Relocate Despite Supreme Church Support

Judge Revives Atheist Challenge To Clergy Housing Allowance

9/11 Memorial Controversy Revives Debate Over Public Crosses

Rimsha Masih Granted Bail, Imam Arrested

Less Than Half of Churchgoers Know About Membership, Study Suggests

Skid Row Feedings of Homeless Should End, Argue L.A. Clergy

Carl Moeller Resigns As President of Open Doors USA

TobyMac Tops Billboard 200

Missionary Sex Abuse Investigation Halts Naming of Baptist Facility

Will Plight of Girl With Down Syndrome Prompt End Pakistan’s Blasphemy Law?

Wheaton College’s HHS Contraception Mandate Lawsuit Dismissed

South African Miners Fight In Jesus’ Name — With Weapons

“Nastiness” Causes Rick Warren To Cancel Obama-Romney Forum

Court Says Texas Can Ban Medicaid Funds to Planned Parenthood — For Now

North America’s “Punching Preacher” Banned From Entering U.K.

Most Americans Think Nonprofits Spend Too Much On Overhead

The Modern Christian Woman’s Greatest Sin? Disorganization

“Almighty God” Will Continue Receiving Credit For Kentucky’s Security

Religious States Donate More Than Secular States

Obama, Romney Share Favorite Bible Verses

Prolific Author, Calvin Miller, Dies At 75

Canada’s Largest Protestant Church Elects Openly Gay Leader

Head of Ethiopian Orthodox Church, Abune Paulos, Dies Suddenly

Comments On Proposed .Church and .Bible Domain Names Pour In

Are Women Happy At Church? Nearly 75% Say Yes, Yet Feel Guilty

Air Force Chaplain Leaves Southern Baptists After Civil Union Uproar

InterVarsity Christian Fellowship Re-Instated at SUNY Buffalo

Majority Of Churchgoers Never Share Their Faith

Pastor Convicted of Assisting Abduction

Court Reverses Religious Insanity “Worlock” Plea

March For Life Founder Nellie Gray Dies At 88

Seminary Students “Too Poor To Take Vow Of Poverty”

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