Tell YOUR Story

SweetFreedomCoverYou may remember the compilation, Sweet Freedom. We gave it away in our launch basket, and it was available for free on Amazon for a time. (We’ll announce the winner on May 1st.)

Well, that book was so well-received, we’ve decided to release another one! This time, we’re inviting you to be a part of it!

They say the best evidence for grace is a life transformed, and the Christian life is one of continual transformation. We all have freedom stories. Those moments when we felt God’s presence so strongly, our fears disappeared, or when we finally had the strength to release  toxic bitterness, or when God brought healing to a broken marriage.

Share your stories with us, and let others gain encouragement from them. You might even win something in the process!

Here’s how it works: Send your story to me at jenniferaslattery(at)gmail(dot)com, and I’ll post it here. (Stories will post on Saturdays). If you’d rather remain anonymous, that’s fine. 🙂

Then you all will get to vote on your favorite. Those who submitted the top three voted for testimonies will receive free books, such as the one by Max Elliot Anderson, pictured to the right! (Details coming

COVER When the Lights Go Outshortly as donations are still coming in.)

Then, we Faith-filled Friends’ gals will choose our favorites to fictionalized (with permission) to go in Sweet Freedom Book Two. If we choose your story, you’ll receive a free print version of the final project. (Everyone else will receive a free electronic version, by request.)

So, get writing! We all have a story, and our stories can bring hope and healing to others.

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About Jennifer Slattery

Novelist and speaker Jennifer Slattery, also writing as Jen Pheobus, uses humor, grace, and truth to inspire God's children to live abundant, Christ-centered lives. She does content editing for Firefly, a southern fiction imprint with Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas, and is a regular contributor to Crosswalk.com; Internet Cafe Devotions; Faith, Friends and Chocolate; and manages the social media for Takin’ it to the Streets, a ministry that serves Omaha’s working poor and homeless. She’s placed in numerous writing contests and her work has appeared in numerous compilations, magazines, and e-zines.
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