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In my admittedly hazy memory, the highlights of s-era Brio were a relationship advice column about not having pre-marital sex, a culture column about not listening to music about pre-marital sex, and interviews with young Christian celebrities who were not having pre-marital sex. I loved it. A neighborhood girl was a subscriber and I would read it at her house.

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As a result. To celebrate its tenth anniversary, niNe. The intention for the new website is to be a place of rest and rejuvenation for teen readers.

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When Focus on the Family launched Brioa publication aimed at Christian teen girls init was destined for success. The magazine—which recently relaunched after a hiatus—published for nearly two decades, benefitting from the renaissance of the teen girl magazine. For many American girls, it filled a niche that those magazines simply could not, largely because they were banned from the kind of homes where Brio was welcomed. Where Sassy was overtly feminist, taking on issues like sex and sexism with its signature cool girl tone, and YM gleefully embraced boyfriends and celebrities, Brio offered advice on modest fashion and pointers on what to look for in a future husband.

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Christian teenagers serious about their faith may find it difficult to find magazines that speak directly to their interests and to their moral perspective. Many mainstream magazines for teenagers simply do not address the needs of devoutly Christian teens. Fortunately, even at a time when many magazines are closing, there are still several magazines aimed at Christian teenagers, designed to guide them through tough issues and add a little fun to their day.

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The largest denomination with this name is the Pentecostal Church of God with over seven million members in over countries. As a time capsule, it really provides an interesting look at Christian living and perspectives in the eighties. The article eventually provides the answer to this profound question… drum roll, please … and the answer is… the Church of God.

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The messages that girls receive from teen magazines are often discouraging and degrading to their sense of self-worth, because very few teens feel as thin, pretty or savvy as cover girl models appear to be. That is why Acquire the Fire is teaming up with Virtuous Teen magazine to help spread the word to teenage girls that God loves them just as they are. Virtuous Teen is a combination of both faith and fashion, and will be made available, at no charge, to as many asyoung people at over 20 upcoming ATF events this spring.

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Home Spot Light PIC1 Christian teenagers around the country will now be able to pick up a new glossy, handbag sized, faith-based youth culture magazine after it launched on Monday. Packed with real-life stories, fashion, beauty, grooming, music, interviews, relationships, career and problem pages, Streetbrand says it is inspired by the Christian faith but not preachy and is aimed at 14 to 22 year olds who love God or identify with the Christian faith. Streetbrand will be published three times a year and will provide content for, by and about Christian teenagers across all denominations as well as positive and inspiring stories about young world-changers.

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I love magazines. Keys for Kids contains short daily devotionals for families with a story and verse to discuss. The issues arrive quarterly. Keys for Kids is free for both the email and the print versions.

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