Please Refer My Blog to Your Families and Friends.

Dear readers,

It's been almost 5 months since I first started this blog. I started with no previous knowledge at all about blogging. The good thing is the Internet has made the learning curve easier. There are many helpful instructions, tips, and articles on how to start a blog and how to blog effectively. 

Thanks to all of you, I currently have about 50 subscribers to my blog. Well, I'm not aiming for mere popularity by continuing to boost traffic and subscription to this blog, but it'll be such a waste if others can't benefit from the life experiences that I've shared so far on this blog. I have several readers, young and older, who told me how they had appreciated the Christians on Campus and Conversations with Mrs. L series.  

This blog is actually written for quite a broad audience. I've made a commitment to produce consistent, original posts revolving around my personal experiences on faith and life in general. The overarching purpose of this blog is to illustrate how normal and human it is to live the Christian life, to have a personal relationship with our Lord Jesus and to fellowship with other Christians.

So once again, please help refer this blog to your families and friends. Also, not only by referring, you can support this blog by visiting, commenting (this is the interactive part of this blog - feel free to ask questions, mention concerns, drop in suggestions, etc), subscribing (i.e., via email subscription, feeds subscription, or follow my posts with Google Friend Connect), linking (you can add me to your blogroll or mention my link in your posts), sharing with your Facebook or Twitter accounts, and many more.

Thank you all!


Ready to write,

Simply Katherine

Comments

  1. Hi! I recently found your blog and really like how you post. Maybe some day I'll learn to write shorter and to-the-point posts on my own blog :D

    I'm really liking the Christians on Campus series - it's great to hear of your experiences with the Lord and with fellow Christians as you were a student.

    And I also really like the Conversations with Mrs. L series - thank you for sharing all the wonderful things you learnt from those older and wiser, that we might learn also!

    Very inspiring!

    (I already shared a post via Facebook as I was catching up, but I'll Tweet one now also! :))

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  2. Hi Sarah,

    Thank you for your support. Hopefully the people you know can also enjoy reading this blog. And yes, I hope to share more how we, the younger ones, need to learn to mine our inheritance kept within the life experiences of the older believers. I found that this is the best, fastest way to make progress in both our spiritual life and our human life.

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