Spiritual Autobiography is for Everyone!

Mar 2

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3/2/2010 9:10 AM  RssIcon

Can I really write my spiritual autobiography? Do I have what it takes to tell my story? Do people really want to know about my spiritual journey? The answer to these questions is, "Yes, yes, yes!"
 
You can share your spiritual autobiography. You can tell the story of what God has done in your life and find people who will be excited to hear it! Spiritual autobiography is an invitation to share your God story. It’s also an invitation to receive the God stories of others. As we share our testimonies of God's faithfulness we are reminded that God has always been present on our journey. As we hear someone's spiritual autobiography we remember that God is with all of us as we journey. This act of giving and receiving each other’s God stories is the gift of spiritual autobiography, and it’s a gift made just for you!
 
Have you considered writing you own spiritual autobiography? Have you already begun writing? We'd like to know more about your story. Please consider sharing!
 
Find out more about writing your own spiritual autobiography at www.journeyoncanvas.com. You can also click on the link to read articles about spiritual autobiography by clicking on this link:  http://www.journeyoncanvas.com/dnn/Resources/Articles.aspx

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