A big thanks to those who ordered your copy of, A Journey to Easter, already. It is a joy to share a new book release with all of you, especially one that celebrates and prepares you for Easter.
Would you like to help spread the word on my new release?
There are a few ways to do this.
1) When your copy arrives, will you upload a picture of you and your book to Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, or your social media of choice? Tag me so I can share in the excitement. Use a hashtag or two: #onesistersjourney, #keepingitreal, #lisambuske, #JourneytoEaster.
2) Write a review on Amazon.com
3) Write a review on Goodreads
4) Share with your friends and family.
Thank you in advance for helping me get the word out.
Lent is a great time to renew your relationship with God and prepare your heart for Jesus' resurrection.
Most of you are aware of my new venture as an Epicure Independent Consultant. Next to writing, podcasting, and speaking, spending time in the kitchen is my next passion. Epicure offers the opportunity to share good health and my faith with others at the same time without thumping people with a Bible. The best way to share Jesus is through the way we live and interact with others. It was this truth that inspired me to try something new last weekend.
On Sunday, January 10, 2021, I did an impromptu Facebook Live on my Keeping it Real Cooking with Lisa. This time, it wasn't to prepare a meal, although I did make homemade bread yet this wasn't the focus. Instead of sharing Epicure, food, and recipes...I shared my faith and a virtual devotional.
Below are the first two weeks of my live devotionals from my Keeping it Real Cooking with Lisa. I hope you'll take time to check them out. The first week I encouraged people to share their thoughts if they enjoyed the devotional. There weren't many comments during the live or in public posts yet the private messages offered words of appreciation, encouragement, and requests to do this again. This past Sunday I moved the live devotional to a more comfortable setting, hoping it offered a more relaxing atmosphere for people to listen, reflect, and pray.
It was a nice way to start my Sunday, not only reading my Bible but sharing it and the message God had for us on that day. It's ben awhile since I had the opportunity to speak and share God's message with others. As the world starts to reopen and events are added to schedules, I pray for the opportunity to speak at conferences, churches, women and church groups, and libraries again. The benefit of doing in-home cooking classes is another opportunity I look forward to also.
While we wait for a return to healthy gatherings, I pray my "Sustenance Sunday" LIVE events on Facebook offer you encouragement, hope, and inspiration to brighten your day and carry you through the week. This past Sunday I recorded my Sustenance Sunday while recording my podcast, at the same time. It was fun. If you like what you hear on the video, you can listen to the remainder on my podcast by clicking here.
May you have a wonderful weekend and hopefully
Lisa M Buske
P.O. Box 323