Help others to see the work that God is doing around the world.
There are very few places where you can get a front-row seat to watch what God is doing around the globe.
Christianity Today helps you do just that.
CT has sent writers to countries like Russia, China, France, Cuba, Zambia, and South Africa. Readers have deeply appreciated the vivid reporting and incisive analysis about what is happening in the global church.
This one-of-a-kind, on-the-ground reporting with the realities of the post-recession economy is a real challenge.
While we've recently run stories on Syrian refugees in Jordan, Ebola victims in Africa, and churches threatened by ISIS, the depth of the reporting is not acceptable to us.
International reporting trips are as expensive as they are meaningful and influential. A typical one to two week trip can cost $5,000 or more.
As the world shrinks, what happens in China, Nigeria, and elsewhere affects the United States.
More and more, North American pastors look to their overseas colleagues for insights. Churches committed to global missions need to have a good grasp of what's going on. And all Christians would be moved to see how God sustains and grows his church in the most unlikely places.
Christianity Today asks you to be a “fellow traveler.”
Will you prayerfully consider what you can do to invest in our efforts to report on what God is doing across the globe?
With your help and by raising $30,000, we can move forward with international reporting trips to places like Cambodia to report on the incredible church growth in a Buddhist land, Central and South America to report on Pentecostal growth in a specific regions rife with drug trafficking and political corruption, and China where there's continued church growth amidst increasing persecution of house churches.
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