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Brio Magazine Subscription - 10 Issues (1 Year, For Teen Girls)


By: Focus on the Family   Format: Magazine  

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Brio means vigor, full of life and our magazine designed for today's teen girls will give them exciting, vivacious, faith-based articles, plus DIY, music and entertainment features, and more fuel to energize their life. Winner of the 2018 Award of Excellence from the Evangelical Press Association. Subscription includes 10 issues for one year, and first issue will take 4-8 weeks to arrive.

Additional Details

Audience Teens
Author Focus on the Family
Language English

Customer Reviews

As a mom of a teen and a counselor who works with teens and families, I highly recommend this magazine! It's packed with relevant topics and a great source of truth. My daughter gets excited each time she gets a new edition. Review by Emily Mayhew Posted: 5/8/2018
The new Brio is providing even more of the lightweight, sugary commentary on worldly products and events. Girls need a magazine that will set clear boundaries on what is Godly and what is unworthy of a Christian. Hope you find a way to show more of Christ to teenage girls, buy we wont be renewing this year. Review by Carter Fam Posted: 4/20/2018
Being a teenager with a Christian Worldview is not easy today. As parents it’s hard for us to relate to the challenges of today and it is SO different from when we were that age. I focus very hard to open my kids eyes to what the world sees as “acceptable” and how to stand out as a light and represent Jesus. As our teens get older there are more and more opportunities to interact with people who feel very different about the world than they do. My girls and I particularly like the fact that Brio is shinning a light reguardless if they are listening to Christian music or secular, being an example to both Christian friends as well as unsaved. It shows them they can be a strong, confident, beautiful woman of Christ. Thank You! Review by Patty Posted: 4/19/2018
I got Brio magazine a little over a year ago and am very disappointed about how most of the articles have a lot of worldly input in them! I really wanted a magazine that would help me grow in my walk with Jesus Christ, and help encourage me to look to Jesus in every area of my life! But, I don't see that in Brio. I see a lot of worldly things on movies, testimonies, and pretty much everything! A lot of these articles would really apply to a 20 year old, but not someone who's in middle school like me! I think that even some of the people who Brio focus on for their issues are really worldly and not really a godly role model that I would ever look up to! Before I even read the issues, I would always give them to my Mom so that she could make sure that I wouldn't be bothered by any of the articles! My Mom threw away a lot of them to be brutally honest. I really wanted to have Brio be a magazine that would have good godly examples, fun hands-on articles, and of course, be all about Jesus Christ!! I really hope that Brio will turn around and be more God-based and focusing more on how much God can do for YOU and for your life! Review by Morgan Posted: 4/3/2018
Great Christian perspective/worldview presented on everything from boys, to finances & makeup, to relationships, responsibilities & school.
I'd like to see more focus on serving/giving, focusing on needs around them, like a "This Month's Hero" stories or something, just to help kids focus on others.
It's also be neat to see stories from around the world, since this is really a global generation.
My 13 year old is just starting to enjoy this magazine, reading whole articles, when she wasn't much of a magazine reader before. She's finding lots of information about things that are just coming on the horizon for her.
Information is maybe a little ahead of schedule for her, as there isn't a "young teen" version.

Review by Nancy Posted: 4/2/2018
The magazine I think is really good! Especially the faith section!!! But some of it is hard for homeschoolers to relate to. Review by Sarah Posted: 3/31/2018
My 17 year old daughter looks forward to this magazine and loves it. Thank you for putting out relevant articles that she can relate to. Review by Wendy Posted: 3/24/2018
My daughter started getting this magazine a year ago and now we are both in love with reading through it. It is such a blessing and we both find much encouragement from it. May God continue to bless this ministry. Review by Gretchen Doenz Posted: 2/25/2018
this magazine changed my life Review by savy Posted: 2/17/2018
I was having boyfriend troubles and reading Brio<3 helped me realize that my relationship was not bringing me closer to our one true God. Thank you for your help and encouragement! :D Review by savy Posted: 2/16/2018

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