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Lithuanian College Student News Website Joins EPA

Of the 35 new members EPA signed up in 2019, the New Year’s Eve application for the International University Chronicle (IUC) was, perhaps, the most unique. The student-produced newspaper at LCC International University in Lithuania was launched this past fall through the leadership of EPA member Michael Ray Smith who was a visiting distinguished professor […]

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Bylaw Revisions to be Voted on at Annual Meeting

The EPA board of directors has unanimously approved a change to the organization’s bylaws that will bestow full membership on associate members, giving them voting privileges and eligibility to serve on the board. The change came about as the board recognized a changing industry with publications reducing staff and relying more on freelancers. EPA has […]

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EPA 2020 Registration Now Open

Registration is open for EPA 2020, the annual Christian Media Convention hosted by the Evangelical Press Association. The convention will be held April 15 to 17, 2020, at the Cheyenne Mountain Resort in Colorado Springs. Dozens of speakers will be offering 40 breakout sessions, expanded from the usual 30 workshops. Speakers for the breakouts include […]

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Should EPA Magazines Publish More Poems?

By Chris Maxwell Poetry is, at least for me, like life. Life isn’t a three-point sermon. Life isn’t a doctrinal debate. Life isn’t a lecture series. Life isn’t a new platform for the coolest and newest and tightest and loudest performance. Life, to me, is poetry. I know. Many poems aren’t smooth. They aren’t always […]

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2020 Cause of the Year

With the United States facing what is shaping up to be a tumultuous national election, the 2020 Cause of the Year will be Christian Citizenship. Articles and photos/illustrations published in the calendar year 2020 on a related subject may be entered into the contest to be awarded in the spring of 2021. The 2020 Cause […]

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