Inspiring Story Link Party Kick Off Tomorrow!

Tomorrow, I will be kicking off my bi-weekly Inspiring Story link party! In the past, I have posted various Christian stories that I found to be inspiring. I posted these on a weekly basis, and many of them came from portions of books or magazines that I've read. My point in doing this meme is to encourage and build up one another. God does so many good things for us on a daily basis, but sometimes we miss them. However, when we look at the lives of others, or even into our own pasts, it helps us to gain perspective and be encouraged. To make it easier on my readers -- and in particular those of you who wish to participate -- the meme will now be done bi-weekly, starting tomorrow (Friday) and ending Sunday night. All entries must be of the Christian nature. If any submitted story is of the general nature (i.e. does not specifically mention God or Christianity), it must have a godly moral and contain no offensive material. Topics are limitless; among these are: 1) personal testimonies or testimonies from others that you've heard, 2) music-related inspiration, 3) missionary stories, 4) apologetics (i.e. your experiences sharing the gospel) 4) motivational, 5) stories from books, magazines, and the like, etc. Write a post about it on your blog and link up here. Or, if you do not have a blog, feel free to leave me a comment with your story. Have fun being creative! :D I hope to see you here tomorrow! Please help to spread the word about this event. Thank you. ~Miss S.


  1. Hi, Miss Szymanski! It's Eastlyn from Wilborn-White News. Glad to finally pay you a visit. Thank you for your supportive comments on my blog and for your invitation to participate in your meme. I am now following yours and will be back to learn more about apologetics and your Inspiring Story kick off. Gotta run for now. -E


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