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Kyria Helps Women Find Their Place to Serve
Contact: Ginger Kolbaba, Christianity Today International, 630-260-6200, gkolbaba@christianitytoday.com; Twitter: @kyriadigital
 
CAROL STREAM, Ill., Sept. 12, 2011 /Christian Newswire/ -- The September/October issue of the Kyria digital magazine, available today, helps women find and use the passions God has placed within them to serve others.
 
Editor Ginger Kolbaba says, "This month's issue of the Kyria digizine is on the spiritual disciplines of service and outreach--the practice of offering time, resources, influence and expertise for the care of others. We want this issue to help women see that service and outreach are part of every believer's calling--no matter where you live or what you do, God still calls you to serve him by serving others. This issue will also help you understand and practice real service, and what to do when you just don't enjoy serving others." Featured is an interview with Kay Warren, the wife of Pastor Rick Warren, who says that service is being in partnership with the God of the universe. Kay says, "Jesus gets to the heart of service, to the no-excuses level in our souls. We don't seem to get that the best way to demonstrate our love for Jesus is to love other people."
 
A portion of the Kyria digital magazine is free access and open to everyone. The September/October issue features the following articles:
 
Open for Questions
Connecting others to the gospel.
By Adrianna Wright
 
Live Out Your Passion
Kay Warren knows how we can turn our ordinary lives into miracles of service.
Interview by JoHannah Reardon
 
The Hard Stuff
Serving well when you don't want to.
By Kelli B. Trujillo
 
Coming Alive
Your service can be an exciting extension of God's work within you.
By Arloa Sutter
 
From Your Doorstep
Insignificant me can make a significant difference in my neighborhood.
By Heather Holleman
 
When Nobody Notices
Let's be honest, it's tough to serve behind the scenes.
By Kevin A. Miller
 
Is It Enough?
A friend's words freed me to think differently about my service to God.
By Carolyn Custis James
 
Make It Personal
Joining What God is Already Doing
By Nicole Unice
 
To view the new issue click here.
 
To see the September/October 2011 issue of the Kyria digizine in its entirety, become a member of Kyria.com click here.
 
The November/December 2011 issue will be on the discipline of acceptance and features articles by Anita Lustrea, Katie Brazelton, and Lesa Englthaler.
 
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