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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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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EPA to Host Virtual Conference on Digital Media with a Co-op of Nine Christian Associations

EPA will be hosting a virtual conference in October, in partnership with the National Religious Broadcasters (NRB), the National Association of Evangelicals (NAE), and six other Christian media associations. Digital Media Con will focus exclusively on digital communications and e-marketing for Christian media professionals. The three-day online event, scheduled for October 27 to 29, 2020, […]

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Ten ‘Its’ for Writing Well

By Stephen R. Clark Gene Fowler said, “Writing is easy; all you do is sit staring at a blank sheet of paper until drops of blood form on your forehead.” Know the feeling? Those of us who do it, love it, but writing is not without pain. Especially when the deadline is only hours away […]

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When You’re Afraid to Write the Wrong Thing

By Randy Petersen I have no words. For a writer, that’s a strange place to be. Maybe you’re feeling something similar. This is no “writer’s block.” We know all about those cerebral deserts. Channel some bad Hemingway, laugh about it, and you can usually write your way out. But there’s no laughing now. Just a […]

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EPA Hosts Live Webinar on Writing about Racial Healing

Race, Grace and Forgiveness? Can We Write Our Way to Racial Healing? This was the subject of a candid and interactive exploration of how writers of every background can help heal racial wounds by writing truthfully about our racial struggles and journeys. What’s required? How does one start? What narrative and spiritual elements make a […]

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EPA’s Journalism Scholarship Program

The Evangelical Press Association believes that Christian students should be prepared to be outstanding journalists and communications professionals, equipped with a biblically-based philosophy of journalism and the skills, knowledge and experience they will need to effectively communicate a Christ-centered worldview to their audience. The Jerry Jenkins Scholarship This $2,000 scholarship was established and funded by […]

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Three Students Awarded Journalism Scholarships from EPA

The Evangelical Press Association believes that Christian students should be prepared to be outstanding journalists and communications professionals, equipped with a biblically-based philosophy of journalism and the skills, knowledge and experience they will need to effectively communicate a Christ-centered worldview to their audience. To that end, EPA sponsors an annual scholarship contest to find outstanding […]

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