Kimberley’s story – finding reality and purpose online

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The 24/7 always-on searchable Internet is an ideal match for a seeker. Here, Kimberley tells her story of seeking and finding.

To watch Kimberley’s story in Dutch, and other life stories from visitors to the Netherlands outreach Jesus.net site, go here.

Note how:

  • she found the page because she was already a seeker. The Internet did not initiate the seeking mindset (although a Bridge Strategy page can achieve this).
  • a period of interaction and question-asking within relationships (an Alpha course) was an integral part of her journey.
  • her story is jargon-free, with no creepy insincerity, over-claim or triumphalism.
  • good camera-work – panning, close-ups, varied angles, etc, makes even a simple talking-head story more effective and memorable.

Check our pages on writing testimonies and avoiding Christianese jargon.

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