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Who we are

BY Adam Kellogg, Contributing Editor

BY Amber Jipp

 Our Story

A ministry of Moody Bible InstituteToday in the Word is a daily devotional that strives to proclaim the truth of the Word. Available by email, podcast, or magazine, it helps guide your bible study and boldly declares a biblical perspective on real issues.

Through daily studies of Scripture as well as monthly articles and Q&A’s from Bible experts, our aim at Today in the Word is to help readers like you grow a deeper understanding of God’s Word. We believe that one of the keys factors in knowing God’s Word is spending time studying His Word.

Each month you can expect to find a new and unique take on Scripture. With monthly themes like, "Famous Bible Couples," "Laws that Liberate (The 10 Commandments)," "Unsung Heroes," "'Wait' Training," "Trees of the Bible," and so many more, there’s a place for everyone in the Today in the Word family! Did you know that in our 30 years, we have studied every book of the Bible at least twice, but never repeated a theme or study? Each month offers a new and unique path to help you take your next step in your walk with Christ. If you don't already love Today in the Word, we want to send you six months of our magazine for free! Click here to subscribe. 

BY Bruce Everhart , Executive Editor

BY Brad Baurain

Dr. Brad Baurain has worked as a writer or editor for Today in the Word since 1993. Currently, he serves as associate professor and TESOL program head at Moody Bible Institute. Brad has the unique privilege of holding a degree from four different universities (including Moody). He has also taught in China, Vietnam, the United States, and Canada. Brad and his wife, Julia, have four children and reside in Munster, Indiana.

BY Brad Burton

Brad Burton has taught theology and ethics at several theological schools across the country. His writing and teaching focus on the role of the church in helping Christians to proclaim and live the faith. He serves the church in lay ministry and supply preaching, and he enjoys hiking and cycling with his wife and two children.

BY Chris Rappazini

Chris Rappazini serves as associate professor and program head of the BA and MA in Pastoral Studies at Moody Bible Institute and Moody Theological Seminary. He is the vice president of the Evangelical Homiletics Society and previously served as the associate minister of preaching and teaching at Southside Christian Church in Spokane, Washington. While currently on sabbatical from teaching at Moody, Chris and his wife, Ashley, and their three children reside in Texas.