One of my current, larger writing projects is on the topic of Christian testimonies. I thought I’d take advantage of my faithful blog reading audience to make a request for you all to ponder, and perhaps you might post a response too. To better address my audience and figure out what people want to know about this topic, I’d like to know what sorts of questions people have about it. So, here’s my request for you:
What questions do you have about Christian testimonies, or perhaps more specifically, about giving your testimony?
Let’s get past the obvious question that you might have: “what is a Christian testimony?” The answer: Your testimony is a public acknowledgment of God’s work in your life.
I’m looking for honest questions that you, my readers might have about this topic. I want to know some practical things you want to know about giving your testimony or about the practice of Christians giving their testimonies.
Please post your questions in the comment box, below the post. It’s in tiny font, but it says “COMMENTS.” Click on that word, which will bring up the text box, if it isn’t up on your screen already. For those of you who are signed up to receive my posts by e-mail (available on the right hand column of this blog), you have two options. You can follow this link: https://amyletinsky.wordpress.com/2007/05/22/a-call-for-testimony-questions/trackback/ and leave your comment there, or you can also hit reply to the e-mail and send me your comment that way.
I’d love to try to answer some of your questions, if at all possible. However, I make no guarantees that I’ll know the answer!
Thanks in advance for your questions! You can be a big help to me in my writing process, as I anticipate what my audience might want to learn. When I assign a big research project to my students, I always have them go through a similar process with their writing groups. They ask each other questions about their topic, to help them think about what their audience might want to know. I’m just trying to practice what I preach!