The Religion Communicators Council, a national association of faith-based communicators, is accepting entries for the 2015 Wilbur Awards, which promote and encourage excellence in the communication of religious faith. The Wilburs recognize the secular work of individuals, media outlets and agencies as they cover religious issues, values and themes, with professionalism, fairness and honesty. Entry deadline is Feb. 4, 2015.

Competition is judged by media professionals in a jury process. The basic criteria of content, creativity, execution and results, apply in the evaluation of each entry. The ultimate criterion is excellence in the communication of religious values. Previous winners include the Bill Moyers, the Dallas Morning News, CBS Sunday Morning, Tapestry on CBC, Mitch Albom, The Christian Science Monitor, and many others.

For details about the Wilbur Awards, click To see some of the acceptance remarks from the 2014 Wilbur Award winners, click

For more information, contact Katherine Kerr at or (512) 705-7696.

Ms. Kerr serves on the national board of the Religion Communicators Council, an interfaith association of professional communicators who work for faith-based organizations. She is president of Polaris Non-Profit Solutions, a consulting firm that offers fundraising and communications services to nonprofit organizations.