When we give web addresses, there is always a little confusion because there are no spaces. Tell Your Story dot today is written: tellyourstory.today.
The .today was a new one for me. I was familiar with .com, .edu, .net, but not .today. But in faith I followed the link and sure enough, it leads to a wonderful web site with instructions for how to call in and tell your story. After your story is posted, you will receive instructions on how to share your story with others.
I wanted to share this with our Kentucky WMU Executive Board, so I recorded my story last Thursday. It was posted by Thursday evening and I was able to share it as part of my report to the Board. Over the weekend, I received a text message with instructions for registering so that each time someone listened to my story, I would get a text letting me know.
I was able to take that step on Saturday evening, and throughout the weekend, my phone has chimed, letting me know of new text messages. As of this writing, 44 people have already listened to my story.
Once you record your story and it is posted, you can post a link to your story in Facebook or send it by email or text. You can also point others to a page full of stories that they can listen to. Each posting includes additional information about how to accept Christ as Savior and learn more.
The web site even has a template for printing out cards with the web address of your story. You can share these cards with others as you go along. This is especially good when there is not time for an extended conversation or you want someone to hear your story as a follow-up to your witness with them.
You are encouraged to listen to my story as well as the many other stories found on this web site. My story is: http://www.tellyourstory.today/stories/joy-b-from-shelbyville-kentucky
I encourage you to Tell Your Story – TODAY! Join us is sharing the gospel by telling the story of encountering Jesus as Savior.