Conn, Maye nominated for EPA Board

The EPA board of directors has announced the candidates for two open board positions. A committee made up of Mark Winz (Cru Storylines), Eric Thomsen (ONE Magazine), and Sarah Brown (Evangelicals) has nominated Danny Conn for the position of treasurer and Warren L. Maye for one of the two advisor positions. The candidates will be […]

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EPA Partner Flagler Law Group Releases New Logo, Website

Flagler Law Group has announced a major rebranding as it prepares to enter its 15th year. The firm’s new logo, color treatment and website reflect its mission to provide trusted counsel to those who publish and teach Christian messages. Mountains remain a central theme in the brand, alluding to the solid foundation of the Gospel, […]

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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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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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What Policies do EPA Member Magazines Have in Regard to Permissions?

Some EPA members have asked for guidance on securing permission from people mentioned in articles. The following questions were sent to editors of some of the largest publications/organizations represented in the EPA membership. What is your publication doing in regard to securing permission from real people who are used in stories and articles? Do you […]

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When Freedom is not Free: Censorship on Christian College Campuses

Can journalists for Christian magazines and for Christian organizations claim First Amendment privileges of inquiry and scrutiny of those in power? Do they? Should they? And what about students who try it on a Christian college or university campus? It depends, of course, on a lot of factors. EPA, at its 2019 national convention in […]

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Mark Galli Announces Retirement as Editor in Chief of Christianity Today

Minnesota pastor Daniel Harrell named as new editor in chief, starting in early January (The following news release was distributed by Christianity Today) CAROL STREAM, Ill. — Mark Galli announced his retirement as editor in chief of Christianity Today, where he has served in various editorial roles for the last 30 years. “I’ve been EIC […]

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ERLC to Sponsor 2020 Cause of the Year on Christian Citizenship

Christian Citizenship has been selected by the Board of Directors as the 2020 Cause of the Year. Articles and photos/illustrations published in the calendar year 2020 on this subject may be entered into the contest to be awarded in the spring of 2021. The 2019 Cause of the Year is sponsored by the Ethics & Religious Liberty […]

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The Art of Omission: Chipping away what doesn’t belong

By Andy Butcher I have always found the Journalism 101 guide—who, what, why, where, when, and how—to be of limited help. It’s a bit like telling an Olympic track hopeful that all they need to do to win a gold medal is run faster than everyone else. Yes, but… Which whats? What whens? Whose wheres? […]

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