Wednesday, August 30, 2006

Opportunity to Increase Readership

Dear Blogging Buddies:

I've created a ready-made invitation to encourage your faithful readers to visit
PILGRIM SCRIBBLINGS. This can be easily posted on your blog (if you wish).

You can paste the "html code" when creating a new "post". In an effort to reach more readers, I thought this might be a way to acquaint some of your blog's visitors with my PILGRIM SCRIBBLINGS site.

Thanks for your consideration and, if you post this on your site, I will be very grateful. To receive the html code, please e-mail me at: Thanks!

Working together to share God's GOOD NEWS!


Here's what the "post" will look like:

David Fisher, of the PILGRIM SCRIBBLINGS blog, invites you to drop by for a visit. David has spent the last 30 years ministering to professional and amateur athletes. For 29 years he served as the chapel leader for the Toronto Blue Jays baseball club and for the last 10 years has been ministering to the Peterborough Petes hockey club. David is the founder of Epistle Sports Ministries, a letter-writing ministry of encouragement to athletes in all the major sports. David has sensed the call of God to encourage fellow believers for many years. For 15 years David owned and operated the Christian bookstore in his hometown. David has a deep love for Christian literature and often features reviews of life-changing books on his site. He has a heart for World Missions and has been significantly impacted by such leaders as J. Hudson Taylor, Jim Elliot and Amy Carmichael. He writes devotional posts and often shares “the best of other blogs” on PILGRIM SCRIBBLINGS. Pay him a visit and, if you enjoy what you see and read, please add the PILGRIM SCRIBBLINGS link to your blog. May the Lord bless you richly and make you a blessing to others! "The Lord is good, a strong hold in the day of trouble, and He knoweth them that trust in Him." Nahum 1:7 (KJV)

1 comment:

  1. Dear David..I would just love to post your link on my blog site but I just do not know how to paste. Myabe I will get my sister to help me out. Saija helped me out a bit but I still can't seem to get it.
    In the mean time I just have "David's Connection" blog buddies and my "Kentucky Connection" all lined up on my desk top for easy access!!...From Terry