Ministry reaching out to younger generation with newest mag

Thursday, November 19, 2020
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Chris Woodward (OneNewsNow.com)

Engage MagazineA ministry to young Christians continues to reach out to teens and young adults through a free magazine.

Engage, a ministry of the American Family Association, is spreading the gospel to a younger generation through its website and a podcast, and also thanks to Engage Magazine.

"This is the second magazine released this year because it has transformed from an annual publication to a biannual publication this year,” says Engage spokesman Jordan Chamblee. “We are super excited about that."

The theme of the fall Engage Magazine is discipleship and evangelism.

Authors include a who's-who of AFA and American Family Radio personalities including apologist Dr. Alex McFarland, radio hosts Wil and Meeke Addison, AFA leaders Wesley Walker and Walker Wildmon, and American Family Studios producer-writer Kendra White.  

The fall publication marks the fifth edition of the magazine.

Cedra Sartin of Engage says it's exclusive content.

"You won't find any of these articles on the website at this time," she advises. "This is the only way to get them."

A link to obtain a free magazine is here.

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