ARPA 2020 Major Awards  5

ARPA 2020 Major Awards  5

‘A Short Biography of Robert Banks’ by Gordon Preece.

  • ARPA 2020 Major Awards  4

    This feature begins with the cover, then the editor’s letter on page 2, although devotion on the topic and four individual stories with strong accompanying images: The prodigal father, Thanks God for my second chance, Shedding my old life and Taking the gospel beyond bars.

  • Young writers to panellists

    For some years now Press Service International (PSI) has incorporated a number of young writers as Panellists who determine the various annual Basil Sellers Awards.

  • ARPA 2020 Major Awards  3

    To follow the light of a star’ by Nevie Peters, Summer 2019/20

  • ARPA 2020 Major Awards  2

    ‘Scott Morrison prays for Australia at Hillsong conference’ by Kylie Beach, 9 July 20

  • ARPA 2020 Major Awards - 1

    GOLD  -  Aurora is an attractive publication, with very professional writing and layout. The advertising is also appealing adding to the quality of the publication.

  • 2020 ARPA Publications of the Year Awards  

    The 2020 Australasian Religious Press Association’s Publication of the Year was presented on 30 October to the

  • Eternity – 2020 ARPA premier award The Gutenberg  

    Eternity magazine (foundation editor John Sandeman) has been awarded the 2020 Gutenberg on Friday 30 October, the premier award of ARPA  -  Australasian Religious Press Association, the golden logies of Christian press media.

  • 2021 ready for young writer operations  

    Some new exciting things are happening in 2021 two of which are the development of the Kiwi young writers and the international young writers into separate young writer ministries from Press Service International.

  • Favourable or not

    Our teams have refused to give up on the Great Commission, despite incredibly challenging circumstances in Africa.

  • Laguna Quays Respite double bookings

    The Whitsundays Laguna Quays Respite coordinated by Well-Being Australia for missions is celebrating the third quarter of 2020. Qld borders are now open for all but Sydney, mid NSW and Victorians.

  • David wept, ‘Absalom my son’  

    Sam Mings the founder of Lay Witnesses for Christ the acclaimed world athletics Christian outreach with a special emphasis on the Olympics lost his only son Bo Mings 49.