SANTA CLARA, Calif.
— The latest edition of Christian publisher Christian is in the news again, after it announced it would be moving its headquarters to Los Angeles in March.
The move will bring about a total of 5,000 employees to the Southern California region, with some of those jobs slated to come from Los Angeles.
It’s unclear how many employees will come from California, but Christian will move all of its operations to California starting in the spring of 2019.
Christian will be the only Christian publisher that will operate independently in the United States.
That’s because of its large international distribution, including the U.K., Canada, Ireland and Australia.
The company has said the move is the result of a merger of the company with its parent, The Christian Publishers and Distribution, which was founded in 1995.
A new Christian book in stores and onlineThis is the third edition of the new edition of “Christian,” which is due out later this year.
It features “Jesus is the Son of God,” which was originally released in 2015 and features a “God-centered” reading.
The book also includes a commentary on the Gospel of Luke, which tells a story of Jesus as a “young man of thirty years.”
The new edition is expected to include many of the same changes as the first edition.
A new logo has been created to highlight its new location, and new covers have been made to include images of the Book of Mormon and the Book and Gospel of John.
The new book will be sold at local stores in the Southern Hemisphere, including supermarkets, convenience stores and some supermarkets in Canada.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.