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EPA 2021 Convention Will Go Virtual

On Thursday, February 25, the EPA board of directors voted to pivot from an in-person convention in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, to a virtual event. Despite efforts to keep the annual meeting in-person, it became increasingly clear that it was both impractical and impossible to do so. Pennsylvania restrictions related to COVID-19 are among the tightest in […]

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Keynote Speakers Announced for EPA 2021 Lancaster

Trillia Newbell, Walter Kim, and Kay Warren will be the keynote speakers for the 2021 convention returning to Lancaster, PA, in April. Trillia Newbell is the author of several books including A Great Cloud of Witnesses, Sacred Endurance, If God Is For Us, Fear and Faith, and the children’s books, Creative God, Colorful Us and […]

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Membership Dues to Increase for 2021

The EPA Board of Directors has approved an increase in membership dues, effective immediately for new applicants and effective January 1, 2021, for current members. However, members who renew their membership for 2021 before December 31 will be able to renew at the current 2020 rate level. Even after the increase, membership dues in EPA […]

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EPA Board Announces Exceptions for Contest Due to COVID-19

The EPA board recognizes that in 2020, due to COVID-19, a number of publications temporarily converted to digital for one or more issues. As a result, publications that only publish two, three, or four issues a year may not have two consecutive hard copy issues to submit where required in the annual contest. All Awards […]

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Inaugural Best in Class Winners Announced

World Vision came away with two first-place awards in the first-ever Best in Class contest for EPA. The summer contest put magazines in categories based on circulation rather than type as judged in the annual Awards of Excellence. Entries were split with equal numbers into eight circulation ranges, plus three additional categories based on format: […]

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