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Equipping Publishers in an Era of Crises

By Carla Foote After a brutal killing of a Christian couple in the Punjab province of Pakistan, a purported picture of the couple became part of most news reports and quickly spread across social media. However, Asif Aqeel, reporting for World Watch Monitor in Pakistan, determined that the picture was not accurate. Aqeel shared his […]

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International Media Summit is Eye-Opener for EPA Member

Israeli entrepreneurship seems to be having a remarkable impact on the world. But how do secular and faith-based media perceive the nation and its many accomplishments? This was one of the main topics on the agenda of the inaugural Christian Media Summit in Jerusalem in October. Dwight Widaman, an EPA member and publisher of Metro […]

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EPA and ACCM Form Partnership to Facilitate Student Internships for Member Publications

In its continued effort to forge ties with campus journalism programs, the Evangelical Press Association has established a partnership with the Advisers of Christian Collegiate Media in a program that will bring EPA member publications top student interns from Christian colleges and universities nationally. “Interns, when they’re brilliant, can bring zest, energy and new ideas […]

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Freelancers’ Wish List

Professional writers are key suppliers of quality editorial content. Magazine and newspaper editors are, in turn, key players in the relationship between their publication and freelance writers. For many years, EPA Associate Members who work as freelance writers have repeatedly encountered several challenges when writing for EPA and other publications. To work toward improving the […]

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Five Common Weaknesses Seen in Higher Goals Contest Entries

By Andy Butcher What with fake news, partisan press, and click-bait, there may well never have been a time when we have more needed good Christian journalists practicing good Christian journalism. Thankfully, having had the privilege of judging some of the categories in the EPA Higher Goals contest over the past couple of years, I […]

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