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The Kyria brand (2009-2012) changed to Today's Christian Woman in 2012.
September/October Issue issue

September/October, 2012

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In This IssueIn This Issue

Welcome to the New TCW!
A note to you from the editor
Me? A Hero of the Faith?
Me? A Hero of the Faith?
Focus on . . . Outreach
How Not to Put God First
There may be a better way
No More Meltdown
Parenting Q&A
TCW Talks with . . . Angela Thomas
A Q&A with about genuine joy
Trafficking the Girl Next Door
Trafficking the Girl Next Door
Katariina Rosenblatt knows what it is to be caught in the world of sexual exploitation. Now she works with the FBI and local authorities to minister to other girls who find themselves in the same place.

Bonus ArticlesBonus Articles

Transforming Experiences
Transforming Experiences
Help your kids encounter God any time, anywhere.
Is God Really Listening?
When our prayers seem to hit the ceiling, we can know that God isn't ignoring us.
God's Neighborhood Plan
God's Neighborhood Plan
Our street was changing. Was I powerless to do anything about it?
3 World-Changer Things You Can Do Before Breakfast
Sure, you're just trying to keep your sanity in the mornings, but in the meantime you can also attain superhero status!
Declare Dignity
A homeless man, God, and treating others as if they matter.
"I Wish He Were More Spiritual"
"I Wish He Were More Spiritual"
How can I help him get more involved with his faith?

Also Highlighted In This Issue

Believing God

You are his delight and are made for a purpose.
By Kasey Van Norman

If you have ever felt unworthy or unqualified to believe that God will fulfill great purposes in your life, this article is for you. Kasey Van Norman, a woman who has struggled with insecurity and acceptance, looks at Abraham's insecurities in the Bible and what we can learn from them. Check out "Believing God."


Take a look at some of these women who are battling human trafficking.

Agent of Change

Why former U.S. Congresswoman Linda Smith is compelled to combat sexual slavery—one young woman's life at a time
By Jane Johnson Struck

Not in My Town

How 3 women (and you!) are fighting sex trafficking
By Keri Wyatt Kent

Shining Hope in the Red Light District

A journalist's eye-opening account of the European sex trade and people who minister to prostituted women
By Dawn Herzog Jewell


From Generation to Generation

The legacy of a joyful life
By Angela Thomas

Angela Thomas is a woman who understands joy and the power of living a legacy that points to our God of joy. In this blog post, Angela shares a story about her grandmother and Angela's desire to pass on lessons learned to the next generation.

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