Good News Tucson Magazine's Blog

The Premiere Christian Magazine for Southern Arizona

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About the Good News Tucson Magazine Company

The purpose of Good News Tucson Magazine is to educate the community about the needs and dreams of our city, and to serve as a catalyst by motivating Christians to get involved and bring about spiritual renewal as well as positive biblical community transformation, all to the glory of God.

Our strategy is to identify significant problems within our city and engage twelve domains of society to develop potential solutions and recommend specific strategies to implement those solutions.

The Good News Tucson Magazine is owned and operated by Good News Media, LLC.

http://www.GoodNewsTucson.com

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  1. It was so refreshing to find a Christian magazine in Tucson. I have enjoyed the articles and do wholeheartedly agree with your purpose of “motivating Christians to get involved and bring about spiritual renewal as well as positive Biblical community transformation, all to the glory of God.” Our nation is, despite what some say, a Christian country with a deep faith shared by millions. If you follow the mainstream media alone, if you adhere to the constant attacks on faith and virtue by academics, if you observe the entertainment media’s open hostility to the Church, to Jesus Christ, and to Christian values, one might conclude that most Americans are no longer believers. However, in every niche and corner of America, there are faithful believers, devoted Christians, a significant percent of our population, who are indeed the “7000 who have not bowed their knee to Baal.” When I see faithful ministries and small churches opening everywhere in this country, and magazines like this, I feel so encouraged. I suppose we all need to be reminded that God is in charge, and even the best aims of those who would destroy the faith or marginalize it here in our land will not succeed. Thanks again. John J. Flanagan

    Comment by John J. Flanagan | July 17, 2010 | Reply


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