Norris Burkes Award

2nd Place 2010 winner General Interest column from National Society of Newspaper Columnists

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Norris Burkes Award

3rd Place 2004 winner in Category C General Interest from National Society of Newspaper Columnists

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Norris Burkes Award

2nd Place 2004 winner in Division B General Interest from Florida Society of Newspaper Editors

http://www.fsne.org/contests.html Win is in newspapers with circulation between 40,000 and 125,000 daily
Norris Burkes Award

3rd Place 2004 winner Cornell Award from Religion Newswriters Association

http://www.religionwriters.com/ http://www.rna.org/?2004_contest_archive Awarded to the religion writer of the year at mid-sized publications with weekday circulations of 50,001 to 150,000. The RNA contest is to recognize journalism excellence in secular newspapers, news magazines and news wire services. The contests are designed to measure a journalist's grasp on a diversity of religion issues.
Norris Burkes Award

3rd Place 2004 Amy Award from Amy Foundation

www.amyfound.org The Amy Foundation is best known for its Amy Writing Awards, which is a call to present biblical truth reinforced with scripture in secular, non-religious publications. First prize is $10,000 with a total of $34,000 given annually. It is acclaimed as the most popular journalism contest in the nation. Third place win in 2012 and Honorable mention in 2009.