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Announcements

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This spring, In Trust Center won five awards at the Associated Church Press annual conference in Toronto.

“Doubly Hallowed: A New Museum Partly Financed by Public Funds, Puts Gettysburg Seminary in the Public Eye” by Kalyani B. Glass (In Trust, New Year 2014)
Award of Merit
(second place)
Category:
Feature Article: Magazine, Long Format

In Trust Now (available at www.intrust.org/newsletter)
Award of Merit
(second place)
Category:
E-Newsletter

“Charitable Giving and Your Seminary” and “Practices That Foster Generosity” by Greg Henson and Gary Hoag (In Trust, New Year 2014 and Spring 2014)
Honorable Mention
(third place)
Category: Theme issue, section, or series: Magazine

"Through Toil and Tribulation: Financing Theological Education 2001–2011” by Anthony Ruger and Chris A. Meinzer (In Trust, Autumn 2014)
Honorable Mention (third place)
Category: Professional Resource: All Media

“To Create the Future, Selectively Abandon the Past” by Robert S. Landrebe (In Trust, Spring 2014)
Honorable Mention (third place)
Category: Professional Resource: All Media

The Associated Church Press (ACP) is a 99-year-old membership organization that promotes excellence among religious periodicals in the United States and Canada.

At this year’s conference, In Trust publisher Jay Blossom was elected to a two-year term on the ACP board of directors.
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