Christianity Today International Adds Digital Magazine

Today announced the release of the inaugural issue of their monthly digital magazine (digizine), titled “Born Identity: Chosen in Christ. Called to Influence.”

In August 2009, Christianity Today International launched, a web-based resource for women who want to grow deeper in their relationship with Christ and in faithfully influencing the people around them to respond to Christ. The new paid-access website combines articles, blogs, downloadable resources, and now this monthly digizine.

Each issue of the Kyria digizine will be devoted to a specific aspect of spiritual formation or a spiritual discipline. Included is an interview with a woman who has devoted herself to becoming more like Christ, as well as practical tools, Bible studies, and challenging commentary.

Editor Ginger Kolbaba says, “Women are such powerhouses in their families, churches, and communities. It’s exciting to lead and encourage them into greater depths of their faith through Kyria’s resources. It’s especially fulfilling to see women embrace the purposes and calling God has on their lives.”

The November issue of the Kyria digizine is open-access for everyone to view and share, and features the following pieces:

God’s Purpose for Women
Carolyn Custis James discusses women as helpers, who God really created us to be, and the surprising role model who changed the way she views herself and all women.
By Amy Simpson and Ginger Kolbaba

Who Are You?
Too often we lose ourselves in the midst of our roles. Here’s how to find the way back.
By Julie B. Caton

What Our Bodies Say About Our Identities
If we’re truly to be the women of influence God has called us to be, then we must first make peace with our physical natures.
By Jonalyn Grace Fincher

The Revolution That Paul Started
What the Capernaum steps to nowhere taught me about women in ministry.
By Ginger Kolbaba

I’ve Got Something Wonder Woman Doesn’t
By Susy Flory

The December issue will be titled “The Discipline of Rest,” and will feature an interview with Ruth Haley Barton along with other pieces by Keri Wyatt Kent, Brenda Jank, Catherine Hart Weber, and Lauren Winner.

To see the November 2009 issue of Kyria Digizine in its entirety, visit
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Christianity Today International (CTI) publishes 9 print magazines and newsletters and operates an award-winning website reaching more than 2.5- million unique visitors monthly. A leading journalistic voice of evangelicals, CTI equips Christians to renew their minds, serve the church, and transform their cultures.

(Source: Christian Newswire)

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