Tell It Well
How to Discover, Own and Share Your Story Well
If you’ve ever found it difficult to share your story or have been uncomfortable navigating conversations about faith, you’re not alone. Tell It Well helps you to discover what your story is and how to use it to find common ground with others.
Tell It Well helps you find and articulate your unique story.
How It’s Set Up
Your story has a purpose. Valuing your story is powerful.
Tell It Well is both personal and devotional in nature, creating an open space for you to discover your story as you read. There are curated reflection questions at the end of each chapter to guide you to make personal, real-life connections with the content in the book.
Having a hard time knowing how to talk about your faith?
There is a fallacy that in order to share the gospel you need to “preach it.” This approach is off-putting to both the person sharing and the person listening. Tell It Well offers a new perspective and method.
Understanding our stories with God being the central figure of both the beautiful and painful seasons gives us the ability to engage with others in authentic ways and “Always be ready to give a defense to anyone who asks you for a reason for the hope that is in you” (1 Peter 3:15).
Research, Interviews & Personal Stories
What’s covered in Tell It Well!
All the tools you need to start meaningful conversations and share your story confidently.
Discover Your Story
Focus on uncovering what ‘your story’ means. Then we’ll dig into why it is an important piece to understanding your value, purpose, relationship with God. Hint: it ties into your ability to create open and honest conversations about faith and religion!
Own Your Story
Full of practical steps, advice and examples of how to form your story! You will be challenged to look deeper and wider at your circumstances to find all the special ways God has created and called you.
Share Your Story
We discuss how your story plays into the bigger picture of spiritual dialogue in our culture. We’ll dive into questions like; How to find common ground without wavering in your convictions? And, How can we overcome negative stereotypes through our personal stories?
“This book had me hooked in the first few pages. I felt like Jennifer was writing to me.”
“This book is packed with truth and I finished it feeling very encourages and empowered.”
“I’m thrilled to find fresh concepts and new ideas for implementing one of the basic aspects of the Christian life, sharing the Gospel.”
Each chapter has a set of reflection questions at the end.
This makes Tell It Well a great resource for group discussion.
Tell It Well is right for you if:
You love Jesus but have a hard time talking about him or explaining your faith in conversation, or
You believe there’s a purpose in all of life’s seasons but you’re having a hard time identifying what that purpose is right now, or
You want to learn more about creating authentic, open conversations about faith and religion with your peers, or
You feel like life has been an up and down roller coaster, or scattered all over the place, and you want to find a storyline to help you make sense of it all, or
You lead or mentor people in their walks with God and want to help them root their identity in Christ and own their personal relationship with him
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