Contact: Ginger Kolbaba, Christianity Today International, 630-260-6200
CAROL STREAM, Ill., Dec. 29, 2010 /Christian Newswire/ -- The January-February issue of the Kyria digital magazine, available today, helps women simplify so that they can focus on what God is focused on.
Editor Ginger Kolbaba says, "This month's issue of the Kyria digizine is on the spiritual discipline of simplicity -- the practice of uncomplicating and untangling our lives so we can focus on what really matters. We want this issue to help women see the beauty and freedom that comes with keeping God first in our heart and lives."
Featured is an interview with Cynthia Heald, author of Becoming a Woman of Simplicity, who says pursuing simplicity doesn't mean we don't do anything, but rather that we do what God has planned for us at the pace he has for us. "The essence of simplicity is abiding in Christ and allowing him to guide us in what we do."
A portion of the Kyria digital magazine is free access and open to everyone. The January/February issue features the following articles:
A God-Paced Life
Author and speaker Cynthia Heald talks about what it means to be a woman of simplicity.
Interview by Amy Simpson
The Danger of Deserve
What happens when we live like we're entitled.
By Marybeth Whalen
My Stuff and Me
When we're consumed by consumption, life gets complicated.
By Richard Kaufman
Enough is Enough
Living simply didn't come easy.
By Marian V. Liautaud
It's not what you might expect it to be.
By Cindy Crosby
Best-selling author Beverly Lewis discusses why Amish fiction is so appealing- and what we learn from it.
By Ann Byle
Make It Personal
Cultivate a simple inner life.
By Nicole Unice
To view the issue: christianitytoday.imirus.com/Mpowered/book/vkyria11/i1/p1
To see the January/February 2011 issue of the Kyria digizine in its entirety, become a member of Kyria.com here: kyria.com/membership
The March/April 2011 issue will be on the topic of submission.
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