Luke Society wins EPA awards

April 17, 2019 at 6:00 AM

epa-awards.jpgThe Luke Society received two first-place awards at the Evangelical Press Association Conference in April.

Luke Society wins EPA awards

By Dan Breen Dan short 3.jpg

The Luke Society was the recipient of two top awards from the Evangelical Press Association at its annual convention, April 7-9, in Oklahoma City.

The EPA honors its member publications every year with awards for excellence in writing, design, photography and other categories. The organization has more than 220 affiliated publications. The awards given at the convention were based on works published in 2018.

The Luke Society News received the Award of Excellence in the "Print Newsletter" category for what judges deemed the best newsletter among entries.

The other first-place award came in the Higher Goals in Christian Journalism’s “Cause of the Year” category. This year’s theme was “Children in Crisis.”

The Luke Society’s entry into the category was “Stepping to the Plate,” a story about the feeding program at Vida en Abundancia de Mexico. You can read the full story here.

The “Cause of the Year” category is not split into divisions, meaning the Luke Society was in the same judging category as every other EPA publication, most of which are significantly larger than the Luke Society News.

It’s the first time the Luke Society has received any first-place awards from the Evangelical Press Association.

The Luke Society News is a 16-page, full-color publication sent out to donors and churches three times per year.

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