Friday, May 26, 2006

Congratulations to byFaith

The PCA denominational magazine, byFaith has won an Evangelical Press Association award. Congratulations to Dick Doster and company! Here's the press release.

LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga., May 19, 2006— The Evangelical Press Association (EPA) announced its annual awards last week at its national convention in Orlando, Fla., and named byFaith magazine as the best denominational magazine of 2005.

“The magazine features extremely well-written information and strong editorial content,” said judge David Sanford, of the Portland-based Sanford Communications. “And the design drew me into every article.”

Nearly 30 entries were submitted for the denominational magazine category. “This publication sets the standard for EPA’s denominational magazines,” said Sanford. “Almost any serious Christian, regardless of denominational affiliation, would find this magazine compelling.”

The magazine, which debuted in January of 2005, is a bi-monthly publication of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA).

“We’re honored to have received this award in our inaugural year,” said Dick Doster, editor of byFaith. “The PCA has so many great writers, thinkers, and theologians, and we’re thrilled to be good stewards of these gifts and share them with a broad audience.”

The EPA Award of Excellence is based on a variety of categories, including the quality and variety of editorial content, writing, editing, graphic design, and overall impact.

“This was my first time reading byFaith,” said Sanford. “And even though I subscribe to more than 50 magazines, this would be the kind of publication I would read every issue.”

Dick Doster
(678) 825-1025 office
(770) 846-2590 cellular

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