Christianity Today's Church Management Publications Win Top Awards from the Evangelical Press Association
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CAROL STREAM, Ill., May 25, 2012 /Christian Newswire/ -- Church Law & Tax Report, Church Finance Today, and ManagingYourChurch.com, all published by the global media ministry Christianity Today, received awards at the Evangelical Press Association (EPA) annual convention hosted May 9-11 in Colorado Springs. The contest honors the best work done by EPA publications during the 2011 calendar year.
Church Finance Today received the Award of Excellence in the Newsletter category -- the second year in a row it received the top honor. ManagingYourChurch.com received the top honor in the Christian Ministry-Digital category. "Top notch writing and editing; touches on so many relevant, practical topics for church leaders -- news, advice, legal, etc.; well-laid-out blog," contest judge Mike Atkinson wrote about ManagingYourChurch.com.
Church Law & Tax Report received an Award of Merit in the Christian Ministry category. "Polished, well parsed writing on complex topics made simple," contest judge Dana Coester wrote. "Excellent diverse resource for law and tax topics, abbreviated while at the same time being thorough. Clean, modern, accessible design with great use of grid, template, and formatting to carry the publication. Rock solid."
Along with award-winning print and digital publications, the Church Management Team at Christianity Today provides a variety of resources on vital topics for church leaders to keep their churches safe, legal, and financially sound, including downloadable resources, websites, and the annual Church & Clergy Tax Guide by Richard Hammar. All of these resources can be found at YourChurchResources.com.
Christianity Today is a nonprofit, global media ministry that serves the church through digital and print publications, as well as practical and accessible web resources that together reach more than 2.5 million people every month.