​Call for Submissions | Heal the World Issue 12 | Parousia Magazine

  PAROUSIA Magazine is calling for submissions for it 12th Issue to be published by September 2020 The theme of this forthcoming Issue is HEAL THE WORLD Psalm 147:3 KJV He healeth the broken in heart, and bindeth up their wounds. Heal the world is a theme inspired by the present pandemic that has plaqued…

HAPPY NEW YEAR 2019 | PAROUSIA Magazine

Hello! Happy New Year to you from Parousia Magazine. Our prayer for this year is that your strength will be renewed and you will soar high like an eagle, achieving all your heart desires and prosperous in all your doings. Thank you for staying with us thus far – you are the spirit that keeps…

YOU TOO CAN SURRENDER NOW by Chinedu Vincent Okoro

  YOU TOO CAN SURRENDER NOW As I looked up, behold a woman whose dress sparkled like the bright morning stars. Her eyes were dripping with blood. I wondered what could make the beautiful lady to shed blood. I was still wondering when she pointed to the ground, to my right. As I looked where…

Editorial PAROUSIA Magazine INCARNATION Issue #7

  Dear Readers, It’s with great joy I welcome you to PAROUSIA Magazine Incarnation Issue 7 – Christmas 2017. I am pleased to say PAROUSIA Magazine is two, it‘s been two years of God’s faithfulness in promoting Christian Arts and Literature. I am glad we’ve come a long way together in a short time, thanks…

PAROUSIA Magazine | 2 Years and Still Counting

  Happy 2nd Year Anniversary to PAROUSIA Magazine.  All thanks to God who is Faithful, He is a Faithful God and His Faithfulness Remains.  My sincere appreciation goes to all our Contributors and Readers all around the world. Your poems, stories, visual arts  etc and your readership keeps us going.  I’m delighted to say PAROUSIA…

A Message from the Angels by Rebecca Willman Gernon

  “What am I supposed to do?  Where am I supposed to move? Tell me. Give me a sign.” I’d lost track of the number of times this had been my prayer.  I waited impatiently, wondering how and when God would answer. In less than six months, the government agency I worked for would close…

NON FICTION | THE RISING by Linda Osuagwu Onyinyechi

                                                                            THE RISING Its Easter time! Therefore a time for a little break from all those works to be done at the workplaces, all the paperwork piled up to be done in the office, calm our heads from all the “yes sir’s and Ma’s”, from jumping into the traffic just to meet…

A Bleeding Conscience by Simeon Sodeinde

As a member of staff and part-time photographer under professional photographers in a showbiz and entertainment company, I have had the chance to meet and see a number of celebrities. Ranging from on-screen/on-air personalities to recording artistes and actors etc. I have even had direct contact with some of them, but more importantly I’ve been…

Santa’s Wish List by Luisa Kay Reyes

    When I decided to respond to an advertisement I saw in the newspaper, soliciting musicians to double as bell ringers for The Salvation Army, my Mother panicked.  “People will think you are a recovering alcoholic.”  she said.  Puzzled by her comments, I ignored her warning, and showed up for the interview, anyway.  And…