We are pleased to announce LittWorld 2021 will take place near Budapest, Hungary, October 24 to 29, next year. “This will be the first LittWorld held in continental Europe,” said MAI President John Maust, noting that celebrated author Philip Yancey is confirmed as keynote speaker. “We feel privileged to host Littworld 2021 in Hungary,” said
Tribute to Alina Wieja, founder of Poland’s Inspiracje magazine By John Maust, MAI President Alina Wieja passed away in December after a brief battle with cancer. John wrote this article for the March issue of Inspiracje magazine, which gave tribute to Alina, its founder. I first met Alina Wieja a year before the start of
In Turkey’s tumultuous times, its sole Christian magazine helps dispel despair. Since 2012 Miras magazine has been dishing up hope to a tiny Christian population—6,000 of its 70 million people. Before launching the bi-monthly magazine, Gökhan Talas and his wife were churchplanters until Islamist terrorists killed three teammates. Learn more about their unique ministry in
In this webinar we’ll cover the key concepts for publishing a magazine for youth: 1. Identify a specific, primary target reader. Like every other product, the more specific the better. Who is your audience? 2. What does the magazine hope to achieve? 3. Stability takes time. Magazine publishing is capital intensive and creates a regular
“Sometimes I want to give up, said Linat Tiv of Cambodia. “I complain to God like Moses, but every time God provides.” At our LittWorld 2015 conference, Linat described her desert journey in magazine publishing. The petite 35-year-old mother of two is CEO of Light of Times, her country’s first and only Christian magazine. Three
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