How to pass it on? Copy the dropbox link below for a square stationery page to print. It also has a suggested cover letter. Below is the text of the letter in the link. You can change it up or write your own. Looking forward to hearing that this made it easy to "have a chat" about it. Make sure to log back in here and tell us how it went!
My friend Kimberly has written this little book.
I find it an intriguing way to explain the different ways that people experience the God of the Bible.
You know I'm a Christian and I’d like you to know and understand better that important part of who I am.
These days, “Christian” carries a lot of misunderstanding, and meanings. This little book helps explain how I see faith in Jesus, and experiencing and loving a personal God.
I'm wondering if you'd read it this week. Then I’d love a chance to hear what you think about it.
Putting your 2nd book in the mail tomorrow!
Super fantastic! Yay!!!
I did this! After reading the book and praying, about a week before Easter I had the opportunity to give it personally to an acquaintance. I do not know her well, but I don't think she is a believer, only because she didn't know what weekend Easter was (although we can all certainly lose track of when that is, especially during shut-downs). I wrote her a note inside, on post-it notes, using your note above as a guideline. And I prayed. I didn't bug her about it, but I had sent her a gift in the meantime, to thank her for some work she had done for us. I figured she'd send a thank you email when she received the gift and I could ask her then if she'd read the book.
Wednesday, the email arrived! With twice the sentences reflecting on the book than thanking me for the gift! I thought you would like to know what she said: "I have read the Experience of God once since you gave it to me. I want to read it again. I read one section and thought - yes that is what I do and how I feel! I have always thought connecting with Nature is when I feel my spirit and beliefs the most. But that was the first section. Then I turned the page... I also feel Hard Work and Caring for others ... Thus I want to read it again knowing what is in future pages so that I give it more t hought. Very well written and makes me think. Thank you for sharing it with me.
Once I read again - I will share my thoughts again."