Josh Larsen joined Think Christian after 16 years in the newspaper business, during which he covered everything but sports. His longest and most treasured beat was as a film critic for Chicago-based Sun-Times Media. He writes about movies at LarsenOnFilm.com and is also co-host of Filmspotting. E-mail him at email@example.com.
Think Christian is a collaborative digital magazine that recognizes contemporary culture – from politics to the arts, from business to science – as falling beneath God's sovereignty. We engage this God-owned, human-driven world by discussing what it means to live as a Christian within it.
Think Christian is a project of ReFrame Media, the English-language ministry of Back to God Ministries International. Think Christian joins a portfolio of projects that help you see God’s story in your life. We produce a variety of media including children’s radio, print devotionals, ESL stories, under-heard Christian music podcasting and video blogs. Our goal is to invite you to see in a new way what God is already doing in your life. God reveals, revives and renews, and when you see it, your whole world is reframed by a new perspective.
For 70 years, Back to God Ministries International has covered the world with an ever-growing electronic media ministry. We beam the message of salvation to all corners of the earth in 10 major world languages, using radio, television, the Internet, telecommunications and the printed page. Ministry leaders, natives to their own language cultures, provide leadership in production of culturally relevant programs and follow-up in order to present Jesus Christ and help people to grow in their faith. Back to God Ministries International is the electronic media ministry of the Christian Reformed Church in North America.
Rev. Koster oversees the production of various media and discipleship ministries. He and his team continue to develop new avenues for reaching English-speaking audiences throughout the world. He also speaks and writes about issues of media in worship. Steven and his wife Deb enjoy leading pre-marital counseling and marriage-enrichment seminars.
Adele Konyndyk is a freelance writer based in Hamilton, Ontario. You can e-mail her at AdeleKonyndyk@gmail.com and follow her on Twitter.
Allison Backous Troy lives in Laramie, Wyo., and helps direct an ESL center. She also writes for Image Journal’s Good Letters blog.
Amy Adair lives in the suburbs of Chicago with her husband and three kids. She is currently working on the book “1001 Tears: A Portrait of Adoption.”
Andy Rau is a content manager at BibleGateway.com. He lives in west Michigan with his wife and two children.
Bethany Keeley-Jonker is an Assistant Professor of Communication Arts at Trinity Christian College in Palos Heights, Ill. She lives nearby with her husband Justin and their cat Zeus.
Branson Parler is Associate Professor of Theological Studies at Kuyper College and author of Things Hold Together: John Howard Yoder's Trinitarian Theology of Culture. You can visit his website at www.bransonparler.com.
Brian J. Auten currently serves as an intelligence analyst with the United States government and is an adjunct professor in the Department of Government at Patrick Henry College. His most recent publication is “Carter’s Conversion: The Hardening of American Defense Policy.”
C. Christopher Smith is a member of Englewood Christian Church and editor of The Englewood Review of Books. He is author of several books and is currently putting the final touches on a book entitled Slow Church that he is writing with John Pattison. Chris and John blog on topics related to this book at SlowChurch.com.
Caryn Rivadeneira is the author of Known and Loved: 52 Devotions from the Psalms and Grumble Hallelujah: Learning to Love Your Life Even When It Lets You Down.
David Greusel is founding principal of Convergence Design, a Kansas City architectural firm. While with another firm, Greusel was the lead designer for Minute Maid Park in Houston and PNC Park in Pittsburgh. He is also the author of “Architect’s Essentials of Presentation Skills.”
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