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The Little Magazine that Could

Inner city magazine reaches out by reaching up By Lori Arnold Crystal Wacker Knapp stood at the copy machine in the church office, the product of her blood, sweat and tears face down on the glass. With the lid closed, the machine hummed a consistent cadence, augmented by a periodic flash of light: Chick-a-da, chick-a.  […]

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Put the Cookies on the Lower Shelf

Are you missing your core audience? By Timothy C. Morgan Have you ever wondered why some loyal readers get lost in your articles? I know I have. But not long ago, my former high school choir director shocked me with his simple solution. I was attending a high school homecoming at Wheaton Academy, my alma […]

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Video Categories Added to Contest

New categories have been added to the Higher Goals contest for 2023 to show recognition for the increased role video is playing among our members.  In a recent poll, more than 50% of respondents said they are using video on their websites or social media. Effective immediately for the 2023 contest, which is open for […]

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New Legacy Council Appointed

First established in 2015, EPA’s Legacy Council is made up of select past presidents with members serving three-year terms in an advisory and mentoring role to the board and staff. At their fall 2022 meeting, the EPA board appointed Mark Winz and Terry White and reappointed Diane McDougall to make up the next version of […]

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Pilcher, Knoth Named Honorary Members

The EPA board granted honorary lifetime memberships to Rick Knoth and David Pilcher, Sr., during their fall meeting. Honorary membership may be accorded to individuals who have rendered distinguished service in the field of religious journalism while being actively involved in EPA and are now retired or over the age of 70. David Pilcher, Sr., […]

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