Charisma Wins Two Charlie Awards on its 40th Anniversary

Charisma magazine won six awards at the Florida Magazine Association's Charlie Awards gala in Orlando this weekend, including two Charlie Awards for Best Overall Writing and Best Cover.

Charisma won the Charlie Award for Best Cover for "The Mystery of the Shemitah" issue in October 2014 about Rabbi Jonathan Cahn's New York Times best-selling book of the same name.

Charisma won the Best Overall Writing Charlie Award for the "Jesus Goes to Hollywood," "The Healing Miracles Preacher" and "The Mystery of the Shemitah" issues.

The gala was held at the Omni Orlando Resort at ChampionsGate as Charisma is celebrating its 40th anniversary this month.

"We are thankful to be recognized for excellence," says Dr. Steve Greene, the publisher of Charisma Media and executive vice president of the Media Group. "While we don't do what we do for awards or recognition it's nice when our colleagues recognize the work of our content development team. To God be the glory."

In addition to the Charlie Awards, Charisma won a Best Cover Silver Award for the "Jesus Goes to Hollywood" cover in April, a Best Feature Design Bronze Award for the "Is Hollywood Following the Script?" design in the same issue, and a Best Overall Design Silver Award for the July 2014, August 2014 and April issues. Charisma also won the Best Overall Magazine Silver Award for the April, January and October issues. 

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