Crisis Publishing Initiative

A conference for Christian journalists reporting on today’s crises

June 26-29, 2022
Chicago, Illinois

If you need a visa to attend CPI, please check with your local embassy and begin the process ASAP. Some regions are reporting extremely long waiting periods.

Join Christian journalists, editors, publishers, and bloggers from around the world as we gather to discuss how best to meet the challenges of reporting on a world increasingly impacted by crises of all kinds, from terrorism to pandemic to natural disasters.

Can you stay a day after the conference? Join the one-day Digital Journalism Workshop. Learn how to use digital storytelling to communicate news and feature stories, and how to get the best response from your audience.

Significant reporting

“There is a significant need for a forum to better prepare religious reporting to tackle today’s global crises.”

Jamie D. Aten, Ph.D,
Humanitarian Disaster Institute

Timely & equipped

“This is so timely and critical for current times–and important for Christian publications to be equipped and prepared.”

Anita Deyneka, World Without Orphans

Hope throughout

“I think God was smiling down on it all [CPI]. In spite of some of the difficult subject matter, there was a great deal of optimism and hope expressed throughout.”

Gary Gnidovic, Gnidovic Design and Photography

Want to get involved?

Discover how you can provide support and encouragement while working behind the scenes of the Crisis Publishing initiative.

The Crisis Publishing Initiative is organized by Magazine Training International in partnership with the Evangelical Press Association.

Coalition Members:

Africa Speaks ● Christianity Today ● COMIX35 NEXT GEN ● Crisis Consulting International ● Evangelical Press Association ● Faith to Action Initiative ● Humanitarian Disaster Institute ● InChrist Communications ● Letra Viva ● National Association of Evangelicals ● The Media Project ● Tyndale House Foundation ● World Watch Monitor

Crisis Publishing Initiative Conference Major Supporters: