Each year, the Associated Church Press honors faith-based publications—including magazines, newspapers, journals, websites, and more—with its “Best of the Church Press” awards. Celebrating its 100th anniversary, ACP met in St. Louis, Mo., last week. The Banner, official publication of the Christian Reformed Church, was among the “best of the church press,” taking home several awards.
Awards of Excellence
“As I Was Saying,” online blog by Banner editor Leonard Vander Zee
“The Christmas Blues and the Gospel That Transcends Terror,” by John D. Witvliet
“Annual Ministry Report,” by Henry Hess
Awards of Merit
Synod Coverage 2015, by Gayla Postma
“The Trouble with Outrage,” by Rebecca Warren
“How Hard Could It Be?” by Judy Hardy
“I Became a Grandfather Today,” by Paul Zigterman
“A Luminous Mystery,” by J. Todd Billings
Christian Reformed ministry Disability Concerns received an Award of Excellence for its newsletter Breaking Barriers.
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