Christianity Today Shifts Teen Publishing Focus

Christianity Today International (CTI) announced today that it is redirecting its teen publishing efforts away from Ignite Your Faith magazine (formerly Campus Life) and fully to its Campus Life College Guides and website ( According to CTI editor-in-chief and CEO Harold Smith, “This was much more than a strategic publishing move; we want to clearly signal CTI’s continuing commitment to Christian higher education and to the development of tomorrow’s pastors, church leaders, and culture- makers.

2009 Business Women’s Symposium

The 2009 Business Women’s Symposium will “release and empower women to understand how their unique created purpose enables them to powerfully impact their workplace relationships by connecting them with their own passion and spirituality.” We believe this is the first conference to provide a specific comprehensive focus for Christian women in business that moves beyond “typical” women’s issues.

Obama to Attend Prayer Service on Inauguration Day

Barack Obama will attend a private prayer service on the morning of his inauguration at the historic St. John’s Episcopal Church, according to the Washington Post.

Pelosi: Fewer Babies = Stronger Economy

By Charlie Butts and Jody Brown – OneNewsNow

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi stirred up a hornet’s nest by promoting the idea of spending of millions of dollars on birth control and abortion as part of the economic stimulus package.

Expanding Our Reach Through the Internet

By Steve Strang

Last week was a historic week in the life of our nation: We inaugurated the first African-American president. In doing so, we took a huge step forward in improving race relations and reaffirmed that the American dream is possible for all Americans.

Bulgarian Theological College

BULGARIA — In the beginning of October we started the new school year. This year we are not offering a full time residential program. We have created a distance type of program for Christians and functioning ministers who will be coming for lectures on Saturdays.

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