EPA Offers a New Style of Press Card

A valuable benefit for EPA publication and associate members is an annual press card. For several years we have offered press credentials, printed on card stock, on which members would add their own name. This year we will distribute a hard plastic, credit card style press credential. Staff and publication names will be embossed on […]

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Postal Rate Increase: January 26, 2014

As a benefit to members, EPA participates in the joint support of a postal advocate to represent the interests of non-profit periodicals to the Mailers’ Technical Advisory Committee. Bob Terry, with the Alabama Baptist, continues to represent the interests of EPA members during key meetings and provides helpful information back to the membership. On Sunday, January 26, […]

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An Unfading Vision

Edward England read these words of Paul Tournier one morning in 1966, on his commute to his job in London, managing a religious bookstore. All his life, he had been influenced by the written word, and these words marked the beginning of an adventure for him.

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EPA Community

EPA’s member forum will help you connect with other EPA members. (Please note that some of these are open only to members. If you’re a member but don’t have access to these features, send a message to director@evangelicalpress.com. Be sure to include your username and the feature you’re trying to use.) The member forum page gives you […]

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FCN Newspapers Tackle ‘Oprah’s Gospel’

"Oprah’s Gospel," an in-depth report about the spiritual beliefs of popular entertainment mogul Oprah Winfrey, appeared in the May edition of 23 Christian newspapers as part of an unprecedented joint project. The participating newspapers represent a combined distribution of 500,000 copies in 20 states and British Columbia.

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Peacemaker’s Pledge

The Board of Directors of EPA recommends that all member publications adopt this pledge. Journalism, by its nature, leads to differences of opinion, which sometimes lead to conflict, which then leads to enmity between members of the Body of Christ. The pledge is not a substitute for seeking truth nor for standing firm on biblical principles. It is simply a means for keeping the parties to a conflict reconciled while working to resolve the conflict.

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How to Handle our Differences

Spurred by ethics complaints, former EPA executive director Ron Wilson wrote this piece in 1997 to  suggest better ways to handle our differences within the church, and within EPA.

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