Erin K. Casey

Get Personal by Erin K. Casey

Get Personal: The Importance of Sharing Your Faith Story

“When it comes to sharing my faith stories, I’ve often felt a disconnect between the passion of my heart and the words that fall haphazardly out of my mouth. I know what I believe; I just don’t always know how to say it…. That’s why I wrote this little book. I wanted to get better at telling my faith stories.”

In Get Personal: The Importance of Sharing Your Faith Story, you’ll learn:

  • Why we must share our faith stories.
  • What your personal faith stories are.
  • How to share your stories more effectively … and without sounding preachy, religious or just plain weird.
  • That you can be respectful of someone else’s worldview without wavering on your own.

Your story doesn’t have to be dramatic to make an impact in someone’s faith walk. Get Personal explains how our everyday stories–even those that seem simple or common–can offer powerful encouragement. That’s because saved or searching, we all need to be reminded of God’s interest in us individually and His love for us personally.

Download your free 28-Day Get Personal Story at


Lost in Comache Country

Mariana just moved to Mayfield and feels so lonely! When she visits Zany’s Zia’s Hats to Where, she tries on a beautiful Native American headpiece and finds herself the middle of a feud between Comanche and Kickapoo Indians and Texas settlers! It’s a Wild West adventure that takes Mariana out of her comfort zone and teaches her about making new friends in unexpected circumstances. After facing mountain lions and angry cowboys, she learns not to jump to conclusions about people who are different from her, but to instead look for the best in others.

An All Knight Adventure

While at the circus, Evan Tanner runs inside Zany Zia’s Hats to Where to escape from a bully. The shop is filled with every kind of hat imaginable. Zany Zia, the shop’s gypsy owner, invites Evan to put on the knight’s helmet. When he does, he is transported to the middle ages. Suddenly, he’s a page living in a knight’s castle.

Throughout adventures and mishaps, Evan learns that courage isn’t about not being afraid, but about facing your fears—or a fire-breathing dragon.

Free resources for teachers and parents are available online at The first in an action/adventure series for 8-12 year olds.