Christianity Today Wins Several Religion Newswriters Awards

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This illustration was one of five RNA winners

The Religion Newswriters Association (RNA) presented its 2012 awards at its annual conference that honors the year’s best in religion reporting, design, and commentary. The global media ministry of Christianity Today received five awards, including second place in the Magazine of the Year category for Christianity Today magazine.

David Neff, Christianity Today editor in chief and vice president, says, “These awards come from the top professional organization for religion journalists, both secular and religious. We’re very proud of this year’s honor.”

The awards include three first place and two second place awards, including second place for “Magazine of the Year: Overall Excellence in Religion Coverage.”

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