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CAROL STREAM, Ill., Oct. 10, 2013 /Christian Newswire/ -- Today's Christian Woman (TCW), a Christianity Today publication, announced today the launch of its weekly, themed digital issue, providing women timely, relevant content in a compact format that is easy to read and quick to access. First launched in the mid-seventies, Today's Christian Woman now offers a diverse look at a single theme or topic relevant to Christian women every week -- on your laptop, smartphone, and iPad app.
Increasing from bi-monthly to weekly issues ensures women have access to fresh ideas and information when and where they choose to read. Every week the compact, digital issue covers a single theme from diverse angles. Themes range from sexuality to creativity to identity, vocation, calling, and more. The issues are simple and sleek, designed to remove clutter and distraction from the reading experience. The inaugural issue, Let's Talk about Sex, is a Christian perspective on romance, cultivating healthy sexuality, and healing from the past.
"Today's Christian Woman equips and inspires women to live out their faith wherever God places them," says Carol Thompson, executive vice president and publisher of Today's Christian Woman. "Our new weekly, compact issue is designed to speak clearly and frequently into the lives of women, delivering the inspiration they need to impact the world."
For more information about Today's Christian Woman or to obtain a subscription, visit TodaysChristianWoman.com.
Today's Christian Woman equips and inspires women to live out their faith with creativity and courage wherever God places them. Through its weekly digital magazine, website, and online store, Today's Christian Woman reaches more than 500,000 Christian women each month in North America and around the world.
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