MinistryWatch in the News
MinistryWatch is often called upon by other news media to comment on both our stories and other issues in the news. Below is a sampling of these media appearances, with the most recent ones listed first.
April 14, 2022
MinistryWatch President Warren Smith delivered an address to the Evangelical Press Association titled “How Journalism Can Save Evangelicalism.” You can hear that speech here.
April 13, 2022
The syndicated radio program “Issues, Etc.” featured MinistryWatch’s coverage of the Hillsong scandal. Listen here.
April 12, 2022
“Upstream With Shane Morris” features Warren for a discussion titled “A Godly Response To Christian Scandals.” Listen here.
February 14, 2022
Charlotte’s WSOC-TV interviews MinistryWatch’s Warren Smith about St. Matthew’s Churches, a controversial organization that takes in millions of dollars a year with questionable fundraising techniques. Watch here.
September 14, 2021
Warren Smith appears on the “Dr. Jeff Show,” hosted by Summit Ministries’ Jeff Myers. They discuss Warren’s book Faith Based Fraud and his previous book Restoring All Things. The video episode is available here. The audio version is here.
July 29, 2021
Mark Driscoll and Mars Hill Church continues to fascinate us. According to MinistryWatch’s Warren Smith, it’s because he tells us a great deal about the state of modern evangelicalism. Warren unpacks this idea, and discusses Kristin du Mez’s new book “Jesus and John Wayne” here.
July 16, 2021
Warren Smith is interviewed by “Issues Etc” about the Ravi Zacharias scandal. Specifically, the interview focuses on the apology by RZIM president Michael Ramsden.
July 15, 2021
Warren Smith interviewed on the “Crime Beat” podcast to discuss his book Faith-Based Fraud.
June 16, 2021
Kerby Anderson’s nationally syndicated “Point of View” program devotes an hour to Warren Smith’s book “Faith-Based Fraud.”
January 4, 2021
Warren Smith appears on “State of Independence” with Joe Watkins to discuss “Faith-Based Fraud,” evangelicals and politics, and more.
January 17, 2020
The Washington Post investigates the phenomenon of ministries posing as churches in order to avoid releasing their Form 990s. MinistryWatch is opposed to this practice, and Warren Smith explains why.
July 14, 2016
One of the reason MinistryWatch exists is to provide donors with news, and a perspective on the news, they can’t get anywhere else. In this article from Decision Magazine, Warren Smith explains how media bias works, and tips for discerning fact from fiction.
December 10, 2013
MinistryWatch combines a Christian worldview with the highest in journalistic standards. In this 2013 presentation to the Heritage Foundation carried on C-Span, Warren Smith explains the history of Christian journalism, how it is done, and why it is important.