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Welcome to the New TCW!

A note to you from the editor

I'm so excited about this new issue of Today's Christian Woman. For the past several years, I've met and talked with women who are yearning to grow spiritually. And they long to see and learn from other women who are growing, developing, and living out their faith.

Veggie Tales creator Phil Vischer once said, "The world doesn't learn about God by watching Christian movies. The world learns about God by watching Christians." I'd add, "Christian women learn about God by watching other Christian women." So our new TCW will focus on stories of real women putting God first in the grit of everyday life. We've found stories of missional living to inspire you to live beyond yourself in your family, church, and community. Reading about these women has certainly inspired me in my desire to make a difference in the world!

Beyond these stories, we also have solid, biblical, thoughtful content to help you as you focus on your marriage, family, workplace, friendships, culture, ministry, and identity as a woman.

I hope you enjoy this new issue of Today's Christian Woman as much as I have. And if you want more, make sure to check us out online at www.TodaysChristianWoman.com for new content every week.

Blessings my sister, as we pursue loving God and others.


Ginger Kolbaba
Editor

Read more articles that highlight writing by Christian women at ChristianityToday.com/Women

Ginger E. Kolbaba

Ginger Kolbaba is the author of Desperate Pastors' Wives and The Old Fashioned Way. Connect with her on Twitter @gingerkolbaba.

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Encouragement; Friendship; Mentoring; Spiritual Growth; Transformation
Today's Christian Woman, September/October , 2012
Posted September 10, 2012

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