Christians for Biblical Equality Publication 'Mutuality' Wins 3 Awards at 2014 Evangelical Press Association Convention

'Mutuality', the popular magazine of Christians for Biblical Equality, received three Higher Goals awards at the 2014 Evangelical Press Association convention.

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Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) May 07, 2014

Christians for Biblical Equality's (CBE) popular magazine, ‘Mutuality,’ was recognized with three Higher Goals Awards at this week’s 2014 Evangelical Press Association (EPA) convention in Anaheim, California.

In a ceremony honoring Christian publishers, ‘Mutuality’ received three awards: third place for Denise Cooper-Clark’s article “Instinctively Egalitarian: Signs of Encouragement from Australia” in the General Article category, fourth place for Luke Harms’s article “On Modesty and Male Privilege” in the General Article: Short category, and fourth place for Margaret Mowczko’s article “The Shame of the Unnamed Women of the Old Testament” in the Student Writer category.

“It is an incredible honor to receive these awards,” stated Mimi Haddad, CBE President. “Our journals operate at a fraction of the cost of others, yet we are able to win these awards because our team knows the content addresses an essential cause—the equality between men and women in church, home, and society as it challenges a patriarchal narrative that underpins so much dysfunction and abuse globally. It takes a strong staff to consistently produce award winning materials, and it is wonderful to see the effort of our authors and editorial team honored each year at the EPA.”

Tim Krueger, editor of ‘Mutuality,’ accepted the awards on behalf of CBE. “These awards reflect CBE’s ongoing commitment to excellence,” noted Krueger. “Receiving this recognition affirms the quality and time that has gone into our work.”

Each year, the EPA contest honors the best work done by EPA member publications in the past year. The EPA contest consists of two primary awards: the Award for Excellence and Higher Goals. The Award for Excellence is given to full publications in honor of their work and Higher Goals are given to outstanding individual pieces in categories ranging from writing and research to photography and design.

In its effort to advance a biblical foundation for gift-based rather than gender-based service, CBE sponsors annual conferences, facilitates local chapters, hosts an online book service, and publishes two award-winning journals. For more information, visit http://www.cbeinternational.org.


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