Tuesday, September 1, 2009


Christianity Today International has launched Kyria.com, a 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.

Kyria.com is a web-based resource for these women that provides solid, strong teaching material, and helps women understand what it means to live out their gifts to make a kingdom impact within their local church and throughout the world.

Ginger Kolbaba, founding editor, says, "We've heard from many women who want something different from the women's ministry resources and events that are designed simply to make women more comfortable. A lot of Christian women want materials that will make them think and grow, and will help them go beyond themselves to make disciples of others."

Amy Simpson, publisher at Christianity Today International, adds, "With Kyria.com, we acknowledge that God has created, gifted, and chosen women to do his work and to build his church. Kyria.com equips women to use their gifts, take responsibility for their spiritual formation and discipling others, and fulfill the work God has called them to--through the power of his life-transforming and life-sustaining Spirit."

Women can join Kyria.com for an introductory price of only $14.95 a year and get access to the following resources:

Hundreds of articles that encourage and motivate women to go deeper in their ministries, discipleship, spiritual formation, and relationships with others.

A monthly digital magazine that focuses on a specific spiritual discipline or spiritual theme. The inaugural issue, titled "Born Identity: Chosen in Christ. Called to Influence", is set to launch November 2009.

Twenty percent off all downloadable resources at KyriaStore.com-- members can find personal growth tools and teaching materials to use within their ministries.

Kyria.com features a growing list of top-notch contributors, both established and fresh voices, to speak to women and call them to live more deeply.

To become a charter member of Kyria.com or give a gift to influential, thoughtful Christian women you know, visit http://kyria.com/membership/.

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.

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