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Boundless Wins 1st Place From Evangelical Press Association

Boundless won five awards in this year's Evangelical Press Association Higher Goals and Awards of Excellence publishing contests.

Boundless was awarded first place for “Blog: Single Post” at the Evangelical Press Association’s 2019 conference in Oklahoma City on April 7-9. The winning post is Erica Wilkinson’s “An Open Letter to the Author of ‘Men Prefer Debt-Free Virgins Without Tattoos.'”

Boundless won four awards in the Higher Goals category celebrating individual achievements:

1st place — Blog: Single Post: “An Open Letter to the Author of ‘Men Prefer Debt-Free Virgins Without Tattoos‘” by Erica Wilkinson

2nd place — Fiction: “Grace for My Worst Day” by George Halitzka

3rd place — Blog: Website:

5th place — Website Design:

Boundless also won an Award of Merit in the General (Digital) category for the ministry/site as a whole. Other Focus on the Family publications including “Brio,” “Focus on the Family Clubhouse,” “Focus on the Family Clubhouse, Jr.” and “Focus on the Family” also home awards. The complete list of Evangelical Press Association winners can be found here.

The Evangelical Press Association (EPA) is the world’s largest professional organization of Christian print and digital publications: magazines, newspapers, newsletters, and content-rich websites.

Congratulations to Erica, George and everyone else who contributes to make Boundless an award-winning site and content provider for Christian young adults. We couldn’t do it without you!

Copyright 2019 Lisa Anderson. All rights reserved.

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Lisa Anderson

Lisa Anderson is the director of Boundless and young adults at Focus on the Family and hosts The Boundless Show, a national radio program and podcast. She loves connecting with single young adults and strategizing how to better equip them for life, relationships and a faith that goes the distance; she does not love managing budgets or signing contracts, but realizes that’s part of her job, too. Lisa can often be heard at conferences and on radio and TV, getting worked up about dating, relationships, faith and hip-hop. She grew up in San Jose, California, is a graduate of Trinity International University in Chicago, and spent a good chunk of her life in media relations before joining Boundless. She runs to counterbalance her love of pastries and chicken tikka masala, and often quotes her mom, who’s known to say outrageous things. She’s the author of The Dating Manifesto: A Drama-Free Plan for Pursuing Marriage with Purpose (David C. Cook). Follow Lisa on Twitter @LisaCAnderson.


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