International Pentecostal Press Association (IPPA)
Founded July 1970, Dallas TX (USA), by the Advisory Committee of Pentecostal World Fellowship. Constitution and By-laws adopted 21 Sep 1973. As of 2011, inactive. Ceased operations, 2013.
Encourage acquaintance and cooperation among members; gather and disseminate information on the Pentecostal movement; promote excellence in the journalistic professions; work in harmony with the World Pentecostal Conference.Available with paid subscription only.
Offers scholarship funds for deserving Pentecostal journalism students and fellowships for preparing works on Pentecostal practice and doctrine; organizes Editors and Writers Seminars (every 3 years, in connection with the World Pentecostal Conference).
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Members in 34 countries
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