Tuesday, March 31, 2009


Christian Newswire/ -- Evangelical News, "The Place Where Ministries Meet," announces the official unveiling of the web site's new look.
The updated design of Evangelical News features a lighter, brighter look that is easier to read and use.

While the mainstream media routinely ignore ministry news, Evangelical News, as the name suggests, specifically includes ministry stories. Evangelical News targets primarily ministry leaders; its purpose is to keep those busy leaders abreast of pertinent national, international, and ministry news.

E. Stewart Black, Director of Technologies for Evangelical News, says, "We hope that this new look enhances users' enjoyment of our web site. Our intention was to make the look-and-feel a bit more contemporary." A current subscriber finds the new and improved web site "very eye appealing."

Evangelical News offers, at no charge, a headline subscription service that is a digest of the day's news. The headlines, with a link to each article listed, are sent every weekday to the subscribers' email inbox. Each piece is personally selected by the Editor for interest, timeliness and importance to the evangelical community.
Headquartered in Southern California, Evangelical News has served the greater evangelical community for eight years and is operated as a free, not-for-profit, personal ministry of its Editor and staff.

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