Connect with journalists worldwide at 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.

In the midst of crisis, half-truths and wild rumors abound, sowing confusion and fear. People are buffeted on all sides by often false and ungodly messages.

We believe it is the responsibility of Christians to find and publish the truth and to offer the information and resources which make it possible for the church to respond as those called to be light and salt in the world. Christian publishers can report honestly and truthfully on conflict, provide practical help in dealing with the ramifications of disaster, and offer a biblical perspective on crisis. However, most of us do not have the tools we need to handle this responsibility skillfully and effectively.

The Crisis Publishing Initiative will equip Christians in publishing with the knowledge, skills, and resources we need in order to research, report, and publish responsibly in crisis situations.


Sponsored by:

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What people are saying

“I believe it will be one of the most distinctive Christian publishing events of the year, representative of the best in challenging Christian professionals to shine both as Christians and as professionals in a world where crisis has become the status quo.”

Mark Carpenter, chairman of the board of directors, Editora Mundo Christao

“The courageous writers and publishers who are making known the truth of God’s work in locations filled with crisis and conflict deserve our support.”

Stan Jantz, executive director, Evangelical Christian Publishers Association

“The International Christian Media Commission is pleased to support the Crisis Publishing Initiative as it provides a space where we can come together and engage with the issues we each face.”

Andrew Steele, senior associate ICMC Partners in Communication