Today's Christian Woman, from Christianity Today, Is Back!
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Ginger Kolbaba
Phone: 630-260-6200 x4214
Carol Stream, IL September 4, 2012 — After a three-year hiatus under the name of Kyria, Christianity Today has relaunched Today's Christian Woman—with a fresh look, a new editorial focus, and many new web features available at TodaysChristianWoman.com. The new digital and print issues mail September 4.
Today's Christian Woman is a website and bimonthly digital magazine for the Christian woman who wants to love God more deeply and live fearlessly for his kingdom. Subscribers also receive two special edition print issues each year.
Editor Ginger Kolbaba says, "The new Today's Christian Woman will focus on stories of real women putting God first in the grit of everyday life. These stories of missional living will inspire women to live beyond themselves in their family, church, and community."
Three key features at TodaysChristianWoman.com highlight the new editorial focus:
- Living Beyond—Find encouragement and inspiration through stories of God using women who are living fearlessly for his kingdom.
- What I'm Learning—Share what God is teaching you in the good times and the hard times. Together we can guide one another through the seasons of life.
- Deeper Faith—Grow your most important relationship through spiritual practices.
Christianity Today President and CEO, Harold Smith, shared, "As a global media ministry, we're serious about engaging, encouraging, and equipping women to make a difference for God's kingdom. And the relaunch of Today's Christian Woman is a big part of our commitment to this vision."
For a limited-time, Today's Christian Woman is offering a one-year subscription package for $9.95, which also includes two free subscriptions to give to friends.
Christianity Today is a nonprofit, global media ministry that serves the church through digital and print publications, as well as practical and accessible web resources that together reach more than 2.5 million people every month.
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