World Journalism Institute (USA)

The roots of the World Journalism Institute reaches all the way back to the 1940s when a Christian journalist named L. Nelson Bell founded the Southern Presbyterian Journal. His endeavors are designed to promote journalism with a Christian worldview. Through the years, his work has evolved to include educating of future journalists and amateur writers in media reporting through the perspective of the bible. The group is currently active in the recruitment, training and placement of Christian reporters all over the world. These journalist have been trained to approach major issues such as human rights with religious humanity. Each reporters strong Christian beliefs drives him/her to report news stories in a fair, honest, accurate and unassuming manner. The WJI sponsors and organizes different courses, seminars and training programs aimed at teaching journalists the value of Christians ethics and beliefs when reporting on world events involving persecution and the violation of human rights.

Visit the WJI here:

Return to Media Associations.