I’m the editorial director of news and online journalism at Christianity Today magazine, the country’s leading evangelical publication.
I’ve spent more than a decade covering religion. The work is sometimes weird, sometimes wonderful, and sometimes wrenching. I’ve written my share of articles investigating Christian leaders gone bad and parsing the trends in evangelical politics. But I’ve also done hundreds of stories about believers motivated by their faith to seek out the good, true, and beautiful in a broken world.
I’ve reported on the ground from sex trafficking raids in Cambodia, the aftermath of the Emanuel AME church shooting in Charleston, the funeral of famed evangelist Billy Graham, and the auditoriums of America’s biggest megachurches. More often, though, I’m blogging breaking news and editing articles in my pajamas from my home office in Augusta, Georgia.