The Ministry of Lisa Copen

Lisa Copen, Founder of Rest Ministries which serves the chronically ill, shares about mothering, illness, ministry and more.

Rest Ministries has a new “SQUIDOO” Page

Okay, so I am trying to understand the whole social networking thing. . .

and agree that we don’t have to have a web page on every single one of them.

But the truth is these sites have millions of people visit them each week so it’s kind of like throwing out a net to see what you catch. Because those "fish" may never swim over to a chronic illness Christian web site otherswise, right?

So, Rest Ministries has an official Squdoo web site.

http://www.squidoo.com/thrivingwithchronicillness

We used this social networking to help spread the word about National Invisible Chronic Illness Awarness Week and had a good response, so we’re adding Rest Ministries resources to Squidoo too. I haven’t figured out the "lens thing" yet, but I do know that if YOU understand it, somehow by adding us to your lens, we can both benefit. That’s my limit of expertise at the moment. Feel free to send me instructions if you know what I am talking about and can help.

Bless you!
Lisa Copen
http://www.restministries.org
And now also residing over at . . .
http://www.squidoo.com/thrivingwithchronicillness

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2 Comments»

  Connie wrote @

Using Squidoo is a great way to promote Rest Ministries. If you need help with your lens please feel free to contact me. I’d love to “give back” and help out as RM is always helping me!

  Jenni Saake wrote @

If/when you figure out lenses, please share! Squido has me totally stumped.


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