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ZENGER PRIZE WINNERS

 
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Matthew Loftus

The New York Times, May 20, 2022

For an extraordinary pro-life piece by a Christian doctor in Kenya.

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Angela Lu Fulton

WORLD Magazine,  September 9, 2021

For the last in an incisive series of articles on the struggles of Christians in China.

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Tim Alberta

The Atlantic, May 10, 2022

For street-level reporting that spotlights problems within evangelicalism without attacking biblical belief.

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Sophia Lee Hyun

WORLD Magazine, November 27, 2019

For street-level reporting that spotlights problems within evangelicalism without attacking biblical belief.

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Kara Bettis

Christianity Today, September 20, 2021

For showing specific detail of how a famous author lives—and not leaving out the misery that led to breakthrough.

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Jon Ward

Yahoo! News, August 2, 2019

For showing specific detail of how a famous author lives—and not leaving out the misery that led to breakthrough.

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Thomas Lake

CNN,  May 21, 2019

For street-level reporting about Richard Phillips, who served the longest known wrongful prison sentence in American history.

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Danny Gold

The Guardian, July 19, 2019

For international reporting that shows how pastors helped hardened gang members to change their lives.

Zenger Prizes are the successor to the Amy Writing Awards administered by the Amy Foundation for 31 years through 2015. Prizes honor journalists whose work displayed solid reporting and storytelling.