This year brought its unique challenges but also included many important accomplishments here at Word&Way. Here are our top 10 highlights from the year as we look forward to another year of our journalism ministry.
Word&Way this month won 19 awards for work in 2020. These awards from our peers in religious journalism affirm our quality work as we provide real news with the Good News. Here are our winning entries this year.
In April, Word&Way received 21 awards — including ones for top overall local/regional magazine and top overall podcast — from three religious communication organizations honoring excellence in religious journalism in 2018.
In April, Word&Way received eight awards — including one for top overall local/regional magazine — from three religious communication organizations honoring excellence in religious journalism in 2017.
At the end of each year, this column has given the “coveted” Bad Burrito Awards for religious marketing efforts and products. 2014 marks the 10th year of acknowledging those labors best described as head-scratching – much like the middle-of-the-night dreams and great ideas, possibly inspired
The Virginia Baptist Foundation has awarded grants totaling $82,500 to nine Baptist partners in Virginia to fund an array of projects, from prison ministry to youth programs.
Like church business meetings? Me, too. However, spontaneous motions from the floor can liven up the dullest of these sessions. There’s something about having the floor that makes people say unpredictable things. I have a gut feeling that many motions are the result of the
VALLEY FORGE, Pa. (ABP) – An American Baptist missionary was the only foreigner among more than 30 recipients of a prestigious charity award granted recently by the government of Jiangsu Province, China.
JEFFERSON CITY -- Word&Way garnered awards for work in 2010 from the Baptist Communicators Association and from Associated Church Press during spring media competitions.
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (ABP) – Freedom of religion and the press are two Baptist gifts important to both church and state, two award recipients said at a May 1 ceremony sponsored by Associated Baptist Press.