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We're excited to have finalized next year's guest editors lineup and themes for Ministry Today, which is better than ever, as you can see below.

• January/February: Bishop Harry R. Jackson Jr. on Christian Political Action

• March/April: Robert Stearns on Christian Zionism

• May/June: Bill Johnson on Revival and Healing

• July/August: R.T. Kendall on Preaching (Balancing the Word and the Spirit)

• September/October: Joyce Meyer on "Loving Out Loud: Radical Generosity"

• November/December: Joey Bonifacio on Discipleship

In the past year, the Ministry Today "brand" has grown more than 200 percent. Our guest editors have brought new vitality to the magazine, while helping pastors and leaders grow both in ministry and personally. Our 2012 guest editors lineup promises to continue to bring valuable teaching and ministry insight to pastors and leaders.

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