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 as , young people at over 20 upcoming ATF events this spring. The magazine was founded by Carli Jean Miller in , when she was just a year-old high school student. She, too, had felt the impact of the media on her own self-image, telling The Christian Post on Wednesday that she once felt she had to be "perfect. As a "teenager standing for purity," she was also upset at how casually some teen magazines could discuss sex as if every teenage girl was doing it.
Christian Magazines for Teens That They’ll Love
Christian Magazines for Teens
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Five Inspirational Magazines for Christian Teenagers
When Focus on the Family launched Brio , a publication aimed at Christian teen girls in , it 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.
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.