Ways to Share Our Spiritual Autobiography!

Apr 15

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4/15/2010 8:20 AM  RssIcon

We live in an exciting age! The ways in which we can communicate with people are endless and far reaching. This is important news if you are asking the question, “Should I Share My Spiritual Autobiography?” A simple Facebook page, blog, YouTube video, SlideShare presentation, Twitter Profile, discussion group or forum can quickly become a vehicle for reaching people with the message of God’s presence in your daily life. No need to be brilliant, famous, rich, charismatic or powerful. Money, skills or great knowledge are not required. All you need is a computer and the desire to share.

Don’t be overwhelmed by the number of avenues you can use for sharing your spiritual memoir. Instead, find a way to begin telling your story and see where that takes you. Don’t wait to get started. Give God as a hope to others so they have something to hang on to when they’re hopeless. Offer your story so people know they are not alone. Share your struggles because they are the ordinary struggles of life. Your story is everyone’s story. Share your spiritual autobiography.
You might be thinking, "I don't know where to begin! I am already overwhelmed!" I have good news for you: you can begin sharing right here, right now. Offer us a story of hope today. Did God reach into your life and show you that you're not alone? Perhaps someone did something wonderful for you that made you feel surrounded with love? Maybe something terrible happened but strangely you could still see the hope in this bad situation? Please encourage us. Take a moment to begin sharing your story.

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