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Contact: Cory Whitehead, Executive Director of Mission Advancement
Carol Stream, IL April 24, 2020 – In its annual publishing awards livestreamed on April 21, the Evangelical Press Association (EPA) honored Christianity Today with 29 publishing awards chosen by journalism peers across the country.
These annual awards honor member publications through two contests: the Awards of Excellence for publications as a whole and the Higher Goals for individual pieces that were produced during the 2019 calendar year.
For the sixth straight year, ChristianityToday.com won the top Award of Excellence for General Publication (Digital). Additionally, Christianity Today magazine won an Award of Merit in the General (Print) category.
Of the 27 Higher Goals awards the ministry received, Christianity Today had six first-place winners, including:
Cause of the Year Article - Biblical Literacy
The Greatest Story Ever Animated — Paul Pastor.
Cause of the Year Illustration/Photo - Biblical Literacy
Your Bible Translation is Imperfect. It’s Also a Miracle. — Casey Fritz, Sarah Gordon.
Who Owns a Woman’s Body? Not Who You Think — Andrea Palpant Dilley.
The Forgotten Female Preacher — Grant Wacker.
Amazon Sold $240K of ‘Liturgy of the Ordinary’ Fakes, Publisher Says — Kate Shellnutt.
Beginnings of Wisdom — Jen Wilkin.
“We are so proud of the journalistic and artistic excellence recognized by these awards, and the ongoing commitment by our editorial talent,” said CT editor in chief Daniel Harrell. “The passion and conviction exhibited in our work will continually have as its aim informing our readers with thoughtful, engaging and beautiful content to encourage our faith and strengthen the church.”
Christianity Today is a nonprofit, global media ministry centered on Beautiful Orthodoxy—strengthening the church by richly communicating the breadth of the true, good, and beautiful gospel. Reaching over 4.5 million people monthly with various digital and print resources, the ministry equips Christians to renew their minds, serve the church, and create culture to the glory of God.