The BAM Magazine Is Bringing Wholesome and Entertaining Content to Readers with Varying Interests

May 16 17:07 2022
The Boston-based magazine is an educative read that highlights inspiring and relevant topics from around the world

An ideal way to end the day or a hectic week for some people may be to cross their legs and enjoy carefully-curated and engaging content from a modern magazine. The BAM Magazine is that magazine. The BAM (Bust A Move) Magazine is a new Boston-based magazine designed to inform, inspire and empower the reader, as the magazine cuts across a fascinating range of topics including inspiration, empowerment, finance, wellness, fashion, innovation, relationships, and many more. BAM Magazine goes a step further from inspiring their readers, to actually providing realistic and actionable steps in order to live out the advice given.

The Spring 2022 Edition features Prophetess Jerri Robinson, who is the pastor and overseer of Lighthouse Worship Center with campuses based in Connecticut, Houston and New York City.  Prophetess Jerri is also an author, certified life coach and business coach. Her relatable story is certain to inspire and motivate readers, no matter the season or stage of life that they are in.

The Spring 2022 edition also features trending topics in fashion, innovation and finance. The BAM team have gone beyond borders to feature phenomenal personalities such as Lorreta Sowah, recording artist and Ghanaian entrepreneur; Rejoice Anusi, founder of Fabulous Ladies Foundation and CEO of JoiceGraphics, Abia State in Nigeria, SherVonne Grose, marriage and family therapist, Dr. Cindy Khan Jordan, author and pastor, Katina O’Neal, health and wellness coach, as well as features from Aisha and Alisha Oliphant of Toronto, Canada.

Furthermore, the BAM is most excited to announce Kids Busting a Move featuring Darius Brantley, Jr, age 9, who is an actor, model, and youth advocate; Aubrey Madisyn, age 8, actor, model and CEO of clothing line, ‘MillYOUNGnaire’ and, Payton Pinkston, age 10, actress, model, dancer and entrepreneur. A portion of the proceeds from the magazine will be donated to selected charity organizations, that primarily aid women who have been sexually molested or, who have been victims of domestic violence, alongside charities focused on assistance to youth with an emphasis on education and health.

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