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AG announces the 2015 launch of a news agency and new magazine

Longtime EPA member, Pentecostal Evangel, a weekly publication of the Assemblies of God fellowship, announced Nov. 6 that it will cease print publication at the end of 2014 and move online. According to the Christian Newswire press release, this move comes with a new strategy and a new name: PE News. PE News becomes the official news agency […]

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EPA partners with David C Cook to offer a special event: Webcast with Kara Tippetts

Lisa Beech, of David C Cook, represents Kara Tippetts and has created a meaningful opportunity for EPA to interact with this special author. Kara Tippetts, author of The Hardest Peace: Expecting Grace in the Midst of Life’s Hard, is a familiar name as she authored a viral blog just a few weeks ago. CBS had […]

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Ann-Margret Hovsepian’s tween devotional released October 2014

Ann-Margret Hovsepian, EPA associate member since 2000, celebrates the launch of Truth, Dare, Double Dare, a devotional for tween girls. The publisher’s website (David C Cook) describes the devotional this way: “This all-new companion to the bestselling devotional Truth and Dare challenges tween girls to put their faith into action as they discover how exciting it […]

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October 2014 postage advocacy update

Dr. Bobby S. “Bob” Terry, EPA’s postage advocate, provided this update to the speculation of a USPS price increase. Late on the afternoon of October 1, the Postal Service issued the following official statement: U.S. Postal Service to Maintain Current Product and Service Prices October 1, 2014- The Governors of the U.S. Postal Service have […]

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U.S. Forest Service’s new rules and implications for EPA members

The U.S. Forest Service is proposing new rules that would require permits for commercial filming and photography in federally designated wilderness areas; this includes any image a professional photographer would take. In short, the Forest Service would consider the nature of a proposed project before granted a so-called “special use” permit, then charge up to […]

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