The Christian View magazine     
A Ministry of Christian Journalism
making a difference as a lighthouse shining the light of Christ
Matthew 5:16

Sharing good news, spreading the Good News of the Gospel, encouraging readers, publicizing ministries

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Your subscription includes access to future articles for 12 months as well as access to hundreds of archived articles and thousands of photographs. In 2017 alone, The Christian View magazine published more than 2,000 photographs and more than 70 articles (most of which were highly in-depth and each in-depth article the length equivalent of several articles). In addition, guest writers also contributed articles (including from Clemson University and Southern Wesleyan University). (Previous guest writers have included pastors and evangelists and ministry leaders.) Thank you for supporting Christian journalism as The Christian View magazine shares the Gospel and good news and supports other ministries.

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About The Christian View magazine:

The Christian View
magazine is a reader-supported, faith-based ministry of Christian journalism, whose founder, owner, and Publisher, Karen Brewer, served for several years as a newspaper Editor in her native Pickens County. A respected and trusted award-winning journalist, she has been honored by the South Carolina Press Association for writing and photography, for news reporting and feature writing. As a newspaper Editor, she wrote several hundred news and feature stories each year and reported on government (city councils, County Council and other departments in the county government, the state legislature, and federal government), education (the school district and school board, the county's elementary, middle, and high schools, and Clemson University, Southern Wesleyan University, and Tri-County Technical College), law enforcement and crime (the county's Sheriff's Office and cities' police departments), county court, local museums and historic sites,  news about veterans, about churches and other non-profit charitable organizations, local events, local citizen profiles, sports features, and more. While a newspaper Editor, she also reported on political elections for the Associated Press, and was published, as writer and photographer (for several historical and tourism articles about Pickens County), in several issues of Sandlapper: The Magazine of South Carolina and was published, as writer and photographer, in The South Carolina Baptist Convention's state publication, The Baptist Courier (church news in Pickens County). From Clemson University, she earned a Master of Arts degree in English (American Literature and British Literature) and a Bachelor of Arts degree in the Liberal Arts, with a major in English (American Literature and British Literature) and a minor in Journalism. (From age 18 to age 21 while an undergraduate student, she worked as a student writer for Clemson University Media Relations (News Services and University Relations) (writing news releases for the university, writing for the university's Clemson World magazine, and writing a television commercial for the university about its history), and she was a staff writer for Clemson University's student newspaper, The Tiger (following four years as a staff writer for her high school newspaper), and she wrote about Clemson University for The Clemson Messenger newspaper.) She is a Southern Baptist and has served on the South Carolina Baptist Convention's Resolutions Committee with Pastors from across this state, yet The Christian View magazine is not solely a Baptist publication, as it also includes other denominations within the Christian faith.

The Christian View magazine is individually and independently owned and operated locally in Pickens County, South Carolina. Originally a quarterly publication printed by the respected Hiott Printing Company in Pickens, South Carolina, with thousands of copies of each issue delivered to churches and businesses throughout the Upstate of South Carolina and mailed to other locations in the United States, The Christian View magazine developed into a digital magazine for this digital age, with a far reach through the internet, and without space constraints for the length and number of articles and the size and number of photographs, and with less time constraint for articles to be published more frequently than quarterly. The Christian View magazine online has reached readers throughout South Carolina, in every state in the United States, and in 173 countries around the world.

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The Christian View magazine is accepting subscriptions at only $15 per year per household. That's less than 29 cents per week per household to support Christian journalism. Your subscription will assist in financing the work and ministry of this publication, including to fund salary and operating expenses.

Thank you for your interest in subscribing and supporting Christian journalism as The Christian View magazine supports our community by sharing the Gospel and good news and publicizing other ministries. The Christian View magazine has published hundreds of articles and thousands of photographs, more than 2,000 photographs this past year alone. Subscribe today to not miss out on more to come. Partner with The Christian View magazine in making a difference in our community and beyond, using journalism as a tool to help spread the Gospel, share good news, encourage readers, and help other ministries and non-profit organizations by publicizing them.

Gift subscriptions are also available, at only $15 per year, if subscribers wish to order for friends or family members. A gift subscription is a great way to share the Gospel as well as share good news from our community.

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