EPA News

Mentoring Done Right

By Tim Walker Sometimes imposter syndrome is based on a little reality.  In 1996, a friend suggested I apply for a job editing a student devotional magazine at Walk Thru the Bible Ministries. I was a long-shot—not an ideal candidate.  I had work experience… just not editorial experience.  I had writing experience… just not writing […]

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Defibrillate Those Verbs: Putting life back into your writing

By Joyce K. Ellis An ambulance whips in front of the hospital’s emergency entrance. One paramedic leaps from behind the steering wheel. Another jumps out the back, dangling an IV bag above the head of a lifeless patient.  Inside the ER, Nurse Bella quickly takes vitals while other staff connect monitors. “I can’t get a […]

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EPA Board Approves Bylaw Changes

At the Fall 2021 board meeting, the EPA board of directors unanimously approved several changes to the organization’s bylaws. The changes affect three aspects of the bylaws: Honorary membership — Removed distinction that candidacy for honorary membership was limited to editors. Annual meetings — Made provision for virtual meetings and online voting. Quorum — Reduced […]

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Best in Class Winners Announced for 2021

Four members came away with their second First Place win in the second year of Best in Class. Repeat winners include World Vision, Answers, Common Good and Luke Society News. Congratulations are also in order for first-time First Place winners: Brio, Christian History, Mission Frontiers, Word&Way, The Christian Chronicle, Cru Storylines and Fathom. First-pace winners […]

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Sometimes Its OK to be Late to the Party

By Andy Butcher Imagine going to church next weekend and finding the women in the choir have traded their gowns for micro-skirts and midriff-baring halter tops. When you inquire about the new dress code, you’re told that people expect a bit of skin these days, so we’re just giving people what they want—only in a […]

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