Lifestyle Magazine

A magazine-format program launched in 1985 by Faith for Today. First known as Christian Lifestyle Magazine, it featured interviews and stories of people who are making a difference by doing. The name was changed to Lifestyle Magazine in 1991. Topics range from such issues as AIDS, incest, and domestic violence to nutrition and drug addiction and therapy. It also focuses on relationships-in marriage, parenting, and with God. Dan Matthews, as host and executive producer of Lifestyle Magazine, serves as moderator between on-camera guests, the 200-plus studio audience, and the thousands in the weekly listening audience. Drs. Rebekah Cheng and Edwin Nebblett help make up the regular team of medical professionals, and Dr. John McDougall often fields questions about nutrition. Lifestyle Magazine ...

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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