Be a Voice, not an Echo: Inside Issue 3
MAGNIFY Magazine is back with a twist. Featuring Anthony Joshua, Amanda Sudano Ramirez and Jerry Lorenzo, the 160-page publication delves beneath the surface of womanhood to challenge society’s perceptions of what it means to have a personal faith boldly inviting readers to ‘Be a voice, not an echo’.
Packed with an enticing variety of features, our third issue voices the hardships and conquests of millennial women. Fashion as a means of empowerment is explored in interviews with bloggers Freddie Harrell and Fisayo Longe, while Hannah Shucksmith’s profile on depression, an issue that affects over 350 million people worldwide, invites readers to engage with the anger and frustration of not ‘having it all together’, as we struggle to find freedom in our health and wellbeing. From the male perspective, World Heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua explores the unique way in which faith and determination turn possibilities into realities.
Analysing our obsession with excellence, the challenges of long-distance relationships and the acute agony of losing loved ones and gaining lovers, Issue three offers readers a unique opportunity to engage in those hard-to-ask questions from the comfort of their front room. From the technological heights of Silicon Valley to the beautiful street art that shapes our cities, the magazine presents an innovative dialogue on 21st Century womanhood.
‘This Christian publication appears to be breaking every stereotype out there, and turning the idea that religion is stuffy, unfashionable and sexist on its head.’ The Huffington Post
‘It’s about challenging women’s views. I want them to read MAGNIFY and feel inspired by the stories of successful women and stunning fashion editorial, and to think about how Christianity fits into their lives right now.’ Ruth, Founder and Editor, MAGNIFY.