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TITLE: Get Personal
AUTHOR: Erin K. Casey
PUBLISHER: Gypsy Heart Press
DATE OF PUBLICATION: June 1, 2014
RETAIL PRICE: $9.97 US (Paperback)
RETAIL PRICE: $2.99 US (ebook)
ISBN 13 Ebook: 978-0-9832514-8-4
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Get Personal: The Importance of Sharing Your Faith Story
Stories of how God reaches into our lives today with love, grace, strength, healing, and hope remind us that He is alive and powerful—and that He still wants all people to know Him. In Get Personal, Erin K. Casey author, book editor and coach to bestselling authors, will help you discover and think through your faith stories. Because saved or searching, we all need to be reminded of God’s interest in us individually and His love for us personally.
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Get Personal: The Importance of Sharing Your Faith Story
Saved or searching, we all need to be reminded of God’s interest in us individually and His love for us personally.
That’s where your story comes in…
Stories of how God reaches into our lives today with love, grace, strength, healing, and hope remind us that He is alive and powerful—and that He still wants all people to know Him.
- But maybe you’ve been a Christian since childhood and you think your faith story isn’t all that exciting.
- Or maybe you feel like your story is too personal to share.
- Or perhaps you just don’t know exactly what to say or where to begin.
That’s where Get Personal:The Importance of Sharing Your Faith Story comes in. This little book offers guidance on how to put what matters most into words that encourage others and glorify God. And through the process, you’ll be reminded of God’s love for you.
“In Get Personal, Erin walks us through an engaging process for sharing our faith through our stories. You’ll enjoy the reminders of the great stories and truths from the Bible and how leaders of our faith have always used stories to move us forward in our commitment to a life of eternal significance. You’ll also clarify your own faith as you grow in confidence with this effective method for challenging, encouraging, and inspiring others.” ~ Dan Miller, Life Coach and author of 48 Days to the Work You Love
In Get Personal, you’ll learn:
- Why we must share our faith stories.
- What your personal faith stories are.
- How to share your stories more effectively… and without sounding preachy, religious or just plain weird.
- That you can be respectful of someone else’s worldview without wavering on your own.
You have a story to share that could help someone better understand who Jesus is and how knowing Him makes a difference. Get Personal will help you discover and share it.
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Erin K. Casey is a wife, mom, writer, and photographer. She is the author of Get Personal: The Importance of Sharing Your Faith Story, as well as the children’s adventure series: Zany Zia’s Hats to Where. Through her stories and images, she hopes to inspire people to see God at work in their lives.
As a ghostwriter, editor, and book coach, she has helped bestselling authors as well as business and life coaches share their messages effectively and professionally. She has written articles on topics ranging from faith and religion, to entrepreneurship, as well as celebrity and business profiles. Her work has been featured in SUCCESS Magazine, Empowering Women, Live Happy, and Success from Home among others.
Erin earned a BA in journalism from Sam Houston State University with a focus in advertising and photography. The combined study of words and imagery helped her establish a successful career as a writer, editor, book coach and marketing professional.
A few of her clients include Darren Hardy, publisher of SUCCESS Magazine; Allyson Lewis, a popular keynote speaker and time-management expert; Joel Boggess an online radio host and life coach; Pam Guyer, a keynote speaker and successful entrepreneur; and Gregg Pechmann, a financial coach and real-estate trainer. As the books editor for SUCCESS Media, Erin is an avid reader who is always looking for excellent titles to share with readers.
Her “location-independent” lifestyle enabled her family to spend 18 months in Ireland volunteering with a new Christian church. She and her family recently relocated to Florida’s Emerald Coast where they are looking forward to soaking up some sun.
You can learn more about Erin and her work at ShareYourFaithStory.net, ZanyZia.com and ErinKCasey.com.
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Bio Talking Points
You Have a Story to Share
Your story doesn’t have to be dramatic to make a difference. In fact, it’s often our everyday stories that people can relate to most. The trick is to slow down and pay attention to the ways God is working in your life today. Erin offers suggestions on how to find your story and think it through so you can share it when the time comes.
Turn Your Story Into a Book
This talk is for audiences who know they have a story or message they want to share. What are the key considerations for writing and publishing a book? How do you go from concept to finished copy? With years of experience, Erin can help you create a plan for making your book a reality.
- Does everyone have a story?
- What about people who grew up going to church and don’t have a typical testimony or conversion story?
- Why is it important for Christians to share their faith stories?
- What are some of the reasons we don’t share our stories?
- We live in a politically correct culture, is it even OK to share our Christian faith stories?
- Who would benefit from this book?
- When you say “share your story” does that mean people have to write a book or speak from a stage?
- How do you start talking about spiritual things if you’ve never mentioned God to your friends before?