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About The Publisher

Christian Activities publisher Kathryn E. Darden is a Nashville native and graduate of Hillsboro High School and David Lipscomb University. She has been working in Christian ministry since serving as Development Director for Nashville Youth for Christ in the 1980’s. While Darden was working as Director of Development for Koinonia Christian Ministries where artists like Amy Grant, Michael W. Smith and others got their start in the music business, she began publishing two music industry handouts to better serve the…

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Meet Laura Faust

Laura Faust is our new summer intern and Research Assistant at Christian Activities Publications. A college student at Central Missouri State University, Laura is majoring in Public Relations with a minor in Art. She is involved with a campus ministry at CMSU called Christian Campus House where she helps out in the office. She also works at a hotel during the school year. Laura is a huge fan of Christian music listing artists like Switchfoot, Relient K and Anberlin among…

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Christian Activities Publications Join Forces with Book Publishing Venture

Christian Activities Publications publisher, Kathryn E. Darden, announced that ChristianActivities.com has joined forces with a Nashville publishing company to help unpublished Christian authors bring their books to fruition. Through a relationship with book sellers like Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble, and Books A Million, and through Christian Activities’ contacts in the Christian community, authors will now have the opportunity to be published and marketed in both the secular and Christian communities for affordable rates. Thousands of authors have self-published successful books….

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What Can One Woman Do?

Editor’s note: Today I received this article unexpectedly from Music City Web Design’s Lauree Leyland, who is the talented web designer for the ChristianActivities.com site. I am proud of the website we have built, and I do think the stats she has compiled are interesting enough to share. What can one woman do? Well in the case of Christian Activities Publisher and Editor Kathryn Darden, one woman can touch the world. ChristianActivities.com was launched in its present form in October…

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Dates & Events Subject to Change Without Notice

The dates and events provided in our Worldwide Events Calendar (and in our articles) are subject to change without notice. We receive information in many different forms from many different sources, so we cannot provide more information or more accurate information than what is submitted to us. Most dates and events are posted using our free self-serve calendar menu. For your convenience, please always call any phone numbers provided to make sure the information is accurate and up to date….

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Copyright notice

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History of Christian Activities Magazine

Launched in 1992 as a newsletter serving Nashville’s Christian music industry, the four-page publication quickly grew into a 16 – 20-page statewide magazine. In 1995, Christian Activities starting its online presence on GeoCities. By 1996, the newsletter had become a statewide magazine and was already being distributed in Alabama. In 1997, Christian Activities began distribution in parts of Kentucky and Georgia. Publisher Kathryn E. Darden is a Nashville native who has worked in the Christian music industry since the late…

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Christian Activities Goes Statewide

April marked the last issue of Christian Activities Nashville. Now the little grassroots magazine that started as 1,000 photocopied one-page issues has outgrown its Nashville boundaries and changed its name to Christian Activities Tennessee. “We have always listed events from Knoxville, Chattanooga, and Memphis as we heard about them, but we didn’t aggressively pursue other areas of the state,” says publisher and founder Kathryn E. Darden. “As a result of our participation in Tennessee 200 and the requests we’ve received…

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