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Magazine Training International Joins with Sponsors for Crisis Publishing Initiative

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Magazine Training International (MTI) is pleased to announce a partnership with Lydia Foundation and Christianity Today, who are joining MTI as sponsors of the Crisis Publishing Initiative. The Crisis Publishing Initiative conference will be held on Oct. 15-18, 2017, at the Hotel Lövér in Sopron, Hungary. The Initiative is for Christians in publishing who face the challenge of…

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Need a scholarship to attend the Crisis Publishing Initiative? Apply today!

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Do you want to attend the Crisis Publishing Initiative but need some financial assistance? Apply for a scholarship today! Those who apply early have a better chance of receiving a scholarship. After receiving your scholarship you must be able to register and pay for your reduced tuition in advance. In order to receive a scholarship…

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Magazine Training International Opens Discounted Pre-Registration for the Crisis Publishing Initiative

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Christian journalists, editors, publishers, and bloggers from around the world are invited to attend the Crisis Publishing Initiative hosted by Magazine Training International (MTI) Oct. 15-18, 2017, at the Hotel Lövér in Sopron, Hungary. MTI is now accepting pre-registrations at a 25% discount from the regular registration fee of $450. The “Sunrise Special” discounted registration fee…

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International Christian Media Commission Joins Crisis Publishing Coalition

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Magazine Training International (MTI) is pleased to announce that the International Christian Media Commission (ICMC) has joined the Crisis Publishing Initiative Coalition. Coalition members are publishers, journalists, humanitarian organizations, and others who make up a board of reference for the Crisis Publishing Initiative to be held 15 – 18 October, 2017, in Sopron, Hungary. Coalition…

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Sunrise Special: Discount Conference Rates Now Available

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Pre-Register for the Crisis Publishing Initiative Join Christian journalists, editors, publishers, and bloggers from around the world as we gather to discuss how best to meet the challenges of a world increasingly impacted by crises of all kinds, from terrorism to war to natural disasters. We are now accepting pre-registrations for the Crisis Publishing Initiative…

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Sherrin’s Story

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Many teen magazines published for today’s young girls promote a superficial and promiscuous lifestyle. Girls4God is different. Peer pressure can cause even a Christian teenage girl raised in a stable home to stumble or question her faith. Sherrin Skerman, editor of Girls4God magazine in Australia, knows the answer is Christ’s love and grace. She works…

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Alina and Estera’s Story

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Poland’s communist government had fallen, society was in turmoil, and families were under attack in 1994 when Alina Wieja determined to take a stand. She would start a Christian magazine which would deal head-on with the issues faced by Poland’s families. But, how to begin? She and the few people with whom she shared her vision…

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Hungary To Be Site Of Crisis Publishing Initiative

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A conference site in Sopron, Hungary, has been found for the Crisis Publishing Initiative, Magazine Training International (MTI) announced yesterday. The gathering will be held Oct. 15-18, 2017, at the Hotel Lövér, a three-star spa hotel which often hosts conferences. The hotel has offered conference participants a reduced price of 44 Euros for a single…

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Jason’s Story

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How do you convince college students in India to travel to remote villages to share the gospel? Touch their lives with the truth of God’s love for them and then put resources into their hands that inspire them to leave their comfort zones! That’s the mission Jason Prince Victor takes on every day as the…

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John’s Story

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The problem for John Gathuku and the staff of Trinity Fellowship in Kenya was clear. How could they help even more of Kenya’s 1.2 million high school students? The staff was already preaching in 200 of Kenya’s 8,000 high school boarding schools. But they needed a way to multiply the efforts of their limited staff…

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