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Speak

Speak How Your Story Can Change the World

By Nish Weiseth
Published by Zondervan

Average Blogger Rating: 4.16 Stars

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On 3/19 FaithfulProv wrote: This book spoke to me. I absolutely love NIsh's perspective on how to minister to others...through our own stories. I loved hearing about her own experiences and how she felt like sharing her own personal story "spoke" more to those around her, than speaking at them. Her writing will motivate you to ... Your Story Matters

FaithfulProv's Rating:

5 Stars

On 10/5 Silkfest wrote: Speak is about sharing your story. I’ll be honest, it has not been always easy for me to share my story. At times, I have felt embarrassed, or ashamed, however most of the time it is really about thinking, “there’s nothing cool or special about my story, no crazy miracles of healing, etc….what ... Share your story not a sermon

Silkfest's Rating:

5 Stars

On 9/15 Henk-Jan van der Klis wrote: Where more sermons will not change the world, our personal stories, testimonies of a living faith, can. In Speak, popular blogger Nish Weiseth, stresses the importance of using a story as vehicle to explain the gospel, show grace, and proclaim God's Kingdom on Earth today. Though Weiseth doesn't promote ... Speak: How Your Story Can Change the World

Henk-Jan van der Klis' Rating:

4 Stars

On 9/11 Janet Reeves wrote: I chose to read Speak because of its description:Speak, by popular blogger Nish Weiseth, is a book about the power of telling our own stories and hearing those of others to change hearts, build bridges, advocate for good, make disciples with grace, and proclaim God’s kingdom on Earth today.This premise ... Book Review: "Speak"

Janet's Rating:

3 Stars

On 9/11 Teadrinker wrote: Speak: How Your Story Can Change the World by Nish Weiseth caught my eye because of its emphasis on sharing your story. I believe there is truth in her book, our stories can change each other when we open up and share them. I love that Nish shares how much our stories matter. I agree that we need to ... Book Review: Speak: How Your Story Can Change the World By Nish Weiseth

Teadrinker's Rating:

3 Stars

On 9/4 June of the Moon wrote: August snuck by me like a thief in the night. I'm still somewhat in shock that we are already in the throes of September, poised on the verge of fall. I'm trying to sneak in as much reading as I can in the next few weeks because life is about to be busier than ever!Landline I have read :::nearly::: ... What I Read - August Edition

June of the Moon's Rating:

5 Stars

On 9/3 Dan Greegor wrote: Everyone has a story. From where your birth took place, to how you were raised, your education and employment and much more. Your story is your life and Nish Weiseth wants you to tell your story to change the world.In her book Speak, Weiseth gives stories of people who changed their communities, schools, ... Speak by Nish Weisth

Dan Greegor's Rating:

4 Stars

On 9/2 Marjorie Poff wrote: "Speak" was my introduction to Nish Weiseth and it was a great introduction. I loved the way she brought the pages of this book to life through her words. As someone who is a great listener... the concept of telling my story is frightening! This book challenges the reader to see how important your story ... Speak...a breath of fresh air.

Marjorie's Rating:

5 Stars

On 9/2 Daylilyoverflow wrote: In Speak: How Your Story Can Change the World, Nish Weiseth explains why, when we bring real peoples' stories into a discussion, hard and fast rules of society fail to apply across the board. We can use story to show how vast our experiences are and how meaningless it is to make assumptions without knowing ... Speak by Nish Weiseth

Daylilyoverflow's Rating:

5 Stars

On 8/29 Crystal Stine wrote: Nish is the founder of Deeper Story and has such a passion for using story in a way that truly matters – to tackle those big topics and the one thing I really love about her book is that she includes blog posts at the end of the chapters with reader comments that really show how “words matter” ... Encouraging & Challenging

Crystal's Rating:

5 Stars