I have been trying for several months to try and create a ministry right here on my blog. I have been mentored by a fellow blogger friend, encouraged by readers and their comments, and humbled by emails of gratitude.

Yet, I still feel so lost at times, not knowing which is the best approach and how to maximize the small window of time I have to minister to other. Even so, everything I write here, I write to myself first and foremost. Many of the challenges I put out are for me first, because I know they are areas of struggle. Often, laying out a plan and just writing down my struggles allows the Holy Spirit to work through me and in me.

A Woman Inspired is putting on a conference called Ministry: Online and it is going to show those of us who want to do ministry online how to do it! Topics include:

* finding your passion
* giving your blog a facelift
* social media
* starting from scratch
* and much more!

I encourage you to attend this conference so that you can make the most of this ministry. This is something I really want to do. I am not certain yet if I can, but I thought I would at least spread the word so that other’s could know about it, too!

Oh, did I mention there will be prizes?! What are you waiting for?! Register here!

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