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Posted by: Erin K Casey | on June 17, 2014
Have you ever thought about calling it quits? Throwing in the towel? Walking away?
Sure you have. We all have. Because the reality is: Life is hard.
Parenting is difficult.
Marriage can be a struggle.
No matter where you are in the world today, it’s hard to find and keep a job.
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Posted by: Erin K Casey | on May 12, 2014
“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
“Writer and missionary Erin Casey, in Get Personal, reminds us of something that is lacking in the Church today—the transformation that happens when we share our own vulnerable stories. In this little book, you’ll find a huge, worthy message—sharing our faith stories shows us that we have a place in God’s epic story of the universe. Your story matters. The telling of it matters. The sharing of it matters. And Casey, a gifted writer used to sharing stories, gives her readers great advice about how to recognize and tell their own. A great tool for those looking for a personal way to impact their neighborhoods and communities.”
Laura Anderson Kurk, author of Glass Girl and Perfect Glass
“The stories we have through Christ are gifts to be shared both with seekers and with other Christians. In Get Personal, Erin Casey helps us uncover our stories and recognize the ways God still works in our lives to reveal His grace and mercy. Read it, work through the exercises, and then share your story. Acknowledging Him and sharing what He’s done, changes our lives and relationships at a heart level.”
Allyson Lewis, author, speaker and time-management expert
“Erin Casey’s book, Get Personal issues forth a call to believers to join the Great Commission in a non-threatening way… even in our world of political correctness. She helps us grasp the fact that our simple stories, the ones we think of as common everyday stuff, can be transformed into powerful, life-changing encounters when we find the courage to share with others. She helps us clarify which stories to share, how to simplify them, and talk of them in a non-religious way. It’s easy to see how we, as the Church, could change the world one story at a time by following the guidance in this book. Get Personal is a much-needed tool for the Church today.”
Deby Dearman, worship and arts pioneer and co-writer of the song “We Bring the Sacrifice of Praise”
“For someone who has not yet meet Jesus, our stories could be the closest thing to the inside of a church that person has ever known. Through our own words of truth, forgiveness, healing, and redemption, others can see the gift and benefit of freedom that is available through Christ’s love. In Get Personal, Casey explains why it’s important to share your story, gives you the ideas and steps to do it, and offers sound advice for making it relatable and relevant. This is a wonderful read and how-to guide for ministry, Bible study, and faith in the marketplace groups.”
Joel Boggess, radio host and author of Finding Your Voice
“In today’s multicultural society, you don’t have to leave home to make disciples of ‘all nations.’ And as Erin Casey writes in Get Personal, ‘You can be considerate of someone’s worldview without wavering on your own.’ It all begins by telling your personal, authentic stories.”
Carrie Wilkerson, author of The Barefoot Executive
“Get Personal is an absolute must for those thinking about sharing their story. Author Erin Casey passionately demonstrates how to move your personal testimony from neutral to drive. Get engaged . . . share your story. You’ll want to buy a copy for yourself and several for your friends and ministry partners.”
Jan Coates, Christian speaker and author of Set Free and Attitude-inize