News from EPA

EPA convention days to start early with Curry, Ries

Pastor Raul Ries and Open Doors USA president David Curry will kick off each full day of the 2014 EPA convention with inspirational messages. The brief morning devotionals will be begin at 7:45 on Monday and Tuesday mornings, with workshops beginning at 8:30. Dr. Curry was named President/CEO of Open Doors USA on August 1, […]

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Large printing plant to offer tour during EPA convention

Trend Offset Printing is offering a free tour of its Los Alamitos plant just a short drive from the 2014 convention site. Trend Offset boasts one of the largest printing facilities in Southern California with 13 heat-set and cold-set web presses and finishing lines along with a new high capacity direct mail shop. Visitors to […]

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EPA offers scholarships to journalism students

EPA awards scholarships each year to students preparing for a career in print journalism. The amount varies from year to year but grants generally range from $1,000 to $2,000. The awards are announced at the annual membership meeting. Candidates must be majoring or minoring in journalism or communications. Preference is given to — but not […]

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AFFIRM Films named Title Sponsor for Upcoming EPA Convention

The Evangelical Press Association has announced that AFFIRM Films, a Sony company, has secured the exclusive rights to Title Sponsor for the May 4 to 6 convention in Anaheim, Calif. EPA Business Affiliate member Lovell-Fairchild Communications was instrumental in the sponsorship arrangements. AFFIRM Films is a division of Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions (SPWA), a Sony […]

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Arnette, Andrews to host EPA convention plenary sessions

A pair of dynamic entertainers will share the platform at the EPA 2014 convention in Anaheim. Comedian Nick Arnette and recording artist Meredith Andrews will be the anchors for each of the four plenary meal sessions held during the convention. This unique combination of talent will bring continuity to the main sessions. With a comedian […]

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News from Members

Today’s Christian Woman is Back

After a three-year hiatus under the name of Kyria, Christianity Today has relaunched Today’s Christian Woman—with a fresh look, a new editorial focus, and many new web features available at TodaysChristianWoman.com. The new digital and print issues launched Sept. 4. Today’s Christian Woman is a website and bimonthly digital magazine for the Christian woman who wants to love God more deeply and […]

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NPC’s New Enivation Brand for EPA Members

Enivation, a new branded service of NPC, Inc., provides a scanning and archiving solution for the challenge of electronically storing older physical publications online and sharing them worldwide. Enivation’s scan • archive • host • search solution (www.enivation.com) gives organizations a way to tackle these challenges. Who can benefit from this new service? • Organizations […]

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‘CTI’ is now ‘Christianity Today’

Christianity Today International, the nonprofit organization that serves over 2.5 million readers every month through award-winning content in publications and web resources such as Christianity Today magazine and Leadership Journal, has rebranded as Christianity Today—a global media ministry. “We pray that the biblical, balanced, and thoughtful content we strive to create in all of our resources inspires and […]

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Ron Wilson ‘on getting older’

Ron Wilson, executive director of EPA from 1992 to 2002, recently sent this letter to some of his friends. We asked for permission to post it for the rest of the EPA family, many of whom have fond memories of Ron from his many years with the organization.  . . . you may be on this list because I have […]

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The Terrible Aftermath in Japan

Like most people, I still haven’t been able to comprehend the staggering toll from Japan’s worst disaster since World War II. Nuclear radiation leaks, rolling blackouts that continue to put hospital patients and others (especially the elderly) at risk, a critical lack of sanitary water, the long-term displacement of massive numbers of people, and extremely […]

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