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CAROL STREAM, Ill., Dec. 6, 2010 /Christian Newswire/ -- The December issue of the Kyria digizine, available today, encourages women to be good stewards of the many gifts they’ve been given throughout this holiday season— and every day.
Editor Ginger Kolbaba says, “This month’s issue of the Kyria digizine is on the spiritual discipline of stewardship—the practice of living out the awareness that everything belongs to God and is only entrusted to us for a short time. We want this issue to help women be aware of what they do in all aspects of their lives–from time to relationships to resources to money.”
Featured is an interview with R. Paul Stevens, author of Doing God’s Business (Eerdman’s Publishing), who says we need to think of stewardship in terms of all of life— everything we own, have, and do. “We are like somebody who manages a household. We aren’t owners of the things we have, but we’ve been entrusted with the care of everything for the sake of God’s purposes in the world.”
A portion of the Kyria digizine is free access and open to everyone. The December issue features the following articles:
For the Sake of the Kingdom
Professor and author R. Paul Stevens says stewardship is important because we are all ministers.
Interview by JoHannah Reardon
With All My Body
Conserving resources applies to the most basic thing we posses.
By JoHannah Reardon
A Cheerful Giver
My son taught me a needed lesson about Christ-like generosity.
By Liz Curtis Higgs
If you want your life to count, you have to number your days.
By Bryan Wilkerson
The Heart of Stewardship
What does it mean to live as if we truly believe that everything belongs to God?
By Amy Simpson
The earth is not our home, so should believers actively try to preserve it?
By Nancy Ortberg
Should We Be Prudent or Proactive?
How abundance affects our attitude toward possessions
By Holly Vicente Robina
The High Cost of Thrift
What we think of as good stewardship may not be at all.
By Keri Wyatt Kent
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The January/February 2011 issue will be on the topic of simplicity and will feature interviews with Cynthia Heald and Beverly Lewis and articles by Cindy Crosby and Marybeth Whalen.
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