Sharing the Gospel Online Part 3

Sharing via Blogs

Publishing your life through a blog can be an excellent way to share with the world what being a member of the Church means to you.

Share with the world what being a member of the Church means to you.

What to Share?

You can be a missionary just by being a good example of a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. For example, telling your friends you went to church on Sunday lets them know you participate actively in the gospel. By your everyday actions, others can also know that Mormons strive to follow Christ.

Now imagine your influence expanding even greater on a blog.

Blogging Basics

Not sure where to blog? You can use websites that are easy to use and publish with, like Blogger or WordPress.

Don’t forget to promote your blog. Ask your family, friends, and fellow members in the Church to subscribe to your blog. Share the link to blog posts on your social media channels.

Interact with your readers by replying to comments. You can also link to other blogs in your posts.

Most important, follow the Holy Ghost’s guidance as you contemplate ways you can use your blog to share the gospel.

3 Tips That Will Make a Big Difference

1. Write about your day-to-day life

2. Update your blog often

3. Share experiences or what you learn at Church or in your family home evening

One thought on “Sharing the Gospel Online Part 3”

  1. Thanks for posting this Penny. The Additional Meeting committee are planning to hold workshops relating to blogging. If anyone needs help to set up their own blog, please contact anyone on the committee. 🙂

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