And the Award(s) Go To…

Each spring, the Evangelical Press Association caps off its annual convention by honoring winners of their Awards of Excellence and Higher Goals Awards, honoring excellence in overall publication quality and for achievements in individual editorial and design categories. At this year’s gathering in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, 10 different publications of Christianity Today took home 45 awards, across 29 categories.

Harold Smith, President and CEO of Christianity Today, shared his thoughts on the good news, “Yes, it’s always great to be recognized in such a way by peers you admire. But it’s doubly thrilling to have a team that’s worked so hard in such a challenging industry to be so lauded for their work across ever-changing platforms. It’s but another reason why I thank God regularly for the men and women he’s drawn to this ministry.”

Awards of Excellence, given across five categories, went to Leadership JournalChurch Law & Tax Report, ManagingYourChurch.com, SmallGroups.com, ChurchLawAndTax.com, Christianity TodayBooks & CultureChristianity Today OnlineThe Behemoth, TodaysChristianWoman.com, and Church Finance Today.

In the Higher Goals Awards, Christianity Today‘s “Ponder Christian Soldiers” series, which focused on the experience of Christian soldiers, took home first place in the Article Series category, and the Today’s Christian Woman article “3 Lies We Believe About the Bible” won first for Biblical Exposition. “Prayer Before Reading St. Mark’s Gospel,” a poem in a series of four published in Books & Culture shortly after poet Brett Foster’s death, was awarded first place in Poetry.

This is just a glimpse of the award-winning work done by the writers, editors, designers, and production staff involved in the publication of Christianity Today publications. For a complete list of Christianity Today’s 2016 awards, go here.

Laura Leonard is managing editor of IgniteYourFaith.com, ChristianCollegeGuide.net, and SeminaryGradSchool.com, as well as the special advertising sections in Christianity Today magazine.

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