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EPA convention program now available online

Inspiration. Instruction. Interaction. That is what attending an EPA convention is all about. Whether you are already planning to attend the 2015 convention or not, check out the official program of keynote speakers, workshop presenters and descriptions, and see what the Colorado planning committee has put together. It will be an exciting three days in Westminster, […]

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Chonda Pierce added to convention program

The 2015 EPA Convention program has been completed with the surprise addition of Chonda Pierce. Chonda Pierce is a “totally blonde” force of nature—with an energized fusion of funny-bone and backbone that has endeared her to audiences for more than a decade and established her as the top-selling Christian comedian of all time. If there’s a […]

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’90 Minutes In Heaven’ announced as Title Sponsor for EPA 2015

Christian-oriented movies again lead the list of sponsors for the upcoming EPA convention in Denver. Two of the four Platinum Level meal sponsors feature films coming to theaters later this year.  Title Sponsor “90 Minutes In Heaven” —  What if life’s end is just the beginning? From the inspiring best seller, 90 MINUTES IN HEAVEN comes […]

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Religion News Service announces special offers for EPA members

Religion News Service (RNS) has announced two offers they are making to members of EPA. EPA members will receive a 20 percent discount during the month of March for using RNS’ press release service. EPA members should enter promo code 20offrelease when submitting a press release. RNS is also offering a free trial for its news service. Here […]

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Minutes and proposed bylaw changes for membership review

The Evangelical Press Association board of directors has proposed a change to the organization’s bylaws. Current EPA members are invited to review this change. This change establishes a new membership category for EPA. Members in attendance at the annual business meeting will have the opportunity to discuss and vote on the proposed change following the luncheon on Friday, […]

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