Peer Leads Way as SA Publications Feted by EPAThe EPA Awards honor the best work done in specific categories during the 2019 calendar year.
The Evangelical Press Association (EPA) is the world’s largest professional organization of Christian print and digital publications. The EPA Awards honor the best work done in specific categories during the 2019 calendar year.
PEER MAGAZINE, now in its second year, is the Army’s groundbreaking magazine for Gen Z. It received the EPA’s prestigious Award of Excellence in the Youth and Most Improved categories, and Higher Goals awards—1st Place for Publication Design, 4th place for Website Design, along with 4 more awards.
Awards of Excellence
- Original Art: Traditional– 5th Place, Envy by Renaud Vigourt
- Publication Design– 1st Place, Peer
- Publication Redesign– 2nd Place, Peer
- Two-Page Spread Design– 3rd Place, Pretend Happiness–Max-o-matic
- Website Design– 4th Place, Peer
- Student Writer of the Year– 2nd Place, Not the Same Old, Same Old by Jaquelle Crowe
War Cry, in print for 140 consecutive years, was sited in three Higher Goals categories, including its Frontlines department, a feature on its Pathway of Hope program by Michael Smith, and Jeff McDonald’s interview with author Amy Hollingsworth on “The Simple Faith of Mr. Rogers.”
- Department– 5th Place, Frontlines
- Feature Article– 5th place, Hope Realized by Michael Smith
- Interview Article– 2nd place, Expert Witness: The Simple Faith of Mr. Rogers by Jeff McDonald
The Eastern Territory’s SAConnects received an Award of Merit in the Higher Goals denominational category, 1st Place in the Front Cover category, and recognition in the Cause of the Year: Biblical Literacy, single theme issue and photo feature categories.
Awards of Excellence
- Denominational (Print)– Awards of Merit, SAConnects
- Cause of the Year Article– 3rd Place, Biblical Literacy
- Cover– 1st Place, SAConnects
- Evangelism Article– 4th Place, What is Evangelism Today?
- Photo feature– 5th place, A New Day
- Single theme section or issue– 5th place, Out of the Darkness
New Frontier Chronicle
The Western Territory’s New Frontier Chronicle received Higher Goals recognition in the First Person and Reporting categories.
- First person article– 2nd place, It’s Time To Go Back In by Erink Wikle
- Reporting– 3rd place, What Does the Retail Apocalypse Mean for Red Kettles? By Jared McKiernan