Faithfully Magazine: Centering on Christian Communities of Color

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Conscious Christian Magazine For The Times

Are you looking for a new kind of Christian magazine, one that amplifies the conversations, issues and events in communities of color? One that reports with a faithful yet ecumenical approach to include a breath of Christian perspective on sexuality, justice, life, theology and more? That is Faithfully Magazine's mission.

We pursue this mission to celebrate, advocate for and inform Christian communities of color not only at but on the pages of our quarterly magazine.

Our quarterly print and digital magazine includes insightful Q&As, inspiring features and timely social, political and cultural commentary, from a Christian worldview.

Here is what people are saying about Faithfully Magazine:

“… a new, sweet magazine for these troubled times…”

“What I found incredibly refreshing, was the breadth of viewpoints it encompassed–politically, socially, culturally, denominationally… It is so rare to find a source that is willing to provide a voice to views that don’t even necessarily even align with their own.”

“We have needed a magazine that speaks and promotes Conscious Christianity.”

“… intellectually stimulating, and had writing featured from fresh, new voices”

Get the magazine now and see for yourself why Christians are excited about Faithfully Magazine.

Preview Faithfully Magazine No. 1 (click on a page to turn on full-screen):

Print copies of Faithfully Magazine No. 1 is available for purchase in print and digital formats. Buy the magazine via Shopify’s secure checkout. Subscription options are available via our Store

Faithfully Magazine No. 1 (full color; 84 pages) includes the following content:

Cover Story
  • Mourning a Loss? Early Responses to Donald Trump's White House Win +
  • Trip Lee on Pastoring Clinton and Trump Supporters +
  • Samuel Rodriguez, Priscilla Shirer and Carl Lentz Talk Faith & Politics
Feature Stories
  • Former Felon Who Committed to Christ in Prison May Have to Go Back
  • Crossover Church Leaders on Embracing Diversity and Urban Ministry
  • How a Miraculous Birth Inspired a Rapper's New Album
  • Trip Lee on Why Secular Gospel Rap Gets More Love
  • Karen A. Ellis
  • Natasha Sistrunk Robinson
  • Danny Cortez
  • Joshua DuBois
  • Samuel Rodriguez
  • Jo Saxton

Plus: essays on politics and race; music and book reviews; photo essays; and more. For more details on each product and more buying options, visit our Store.


Faithfully Magazine's premiere issue was successfully funded Jan. 31, 2017, via a Kickstarter campaign thanks to 102 people, including the following Backers:

Rich Walker Jr., Grace Cho, Tamario Bryant, Marcus T. Coleman Jr, Angela Dean, Beka Mullins, Julie Blauwkamp, Donovan Potter, Brad Sargent, Bonnie McKernan, Andrew Denton, The Junia Project, Richard Clark, Amber Haines, Morgan Lee, Jevon Bolden, Ashley Hart, Christi Gandham, Andrew Vanderput, Katie Beth Tison, Shu-Fy H. Pongnon, Sean Palmer, Veronica Wilson, Joy Wickholm Bennett, Katsunao Ishii, Bill Kinnon, Greg Jao.

Faithfully Media, LLC is grateful to all 102 Kickstarter backers.