Another Giveaway!

2014 Oct Giveaway

We want to give away a free copy of “Take the Date Night Challenge: 52 Creative Ideas to Make Your Marriage Fun” by Dr. Greg Smalley & Erin Smalley. Build romance into your marriage and get to know your spouse, by following these inexpensive, easy, yet creative ideas for dates.

For a chance to win, leave a comment answering the following question:

“What is your favorite inexpensive date?”

We’ll randomly select a winner on October 29th. Don’t miss out on your chance to win this great book.

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Another giveaway!

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It’s time for another giveaway!

We want to give away a free copy of Playing for keeps by Reggie Joiner. In the book, he details six things kids need over time, with a lot of practical ideas. It also includes the bonus “book” Losing your marbles (It’s not what you think.)

For a chance to win, leave a comment answering the following question:

What was your favorite toy growing up?

We’ll randomly select a winner on March 24th. Do miss out on your chance to win this great book.

Another giveaway!

conversation book

Do you have a time set aside to intentionally connect relationally with your spouse?

Maybe you don’t because you’re not sure what to talk about.

Maybe you do, but your conversations seem to always come back around to talking about the kids or work related issues.

If this is you, then this is a great book for you. It can be a great tool to deepen and strengthen your relationship.

We want to give away a copy of this great book. To enter into the contest, leave a comment answering this question:

“What would you and your spouse agree has been your worst date experience together?”

We’ll randomly select the winner from the comments on December 23rd.

Another giveaway!

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Since our JAM program is kicking off tomorrow (Sept 11), it seemed like it would be a great time to have another giveaway!

To celebrate Mothers with young children, we want to give away a copy of the book: The Christian Mama’s Guide to Parenting a Toddler.

Leave a comment, answering the question: “What’s the biggest laugh your toddler has given you lately?” We’ll pick a winner from the comments on Sept 23rd.

Another giveaway!

ChoosingToCheat

For the next few months, we’ll be periodically posting some great wisdom from the book Choosing to Cheat: Who wins when family and work collide?

We’re so excited about this, because we believe it has the potential to change your relationships! Healthy relationships are so important to “Model” faith for your kids. You can catch the first installment of this series here.

We want to giveaway a copy of this fantastic book!

Want to win?! All you have to do is leave a comment answering this question:
What consumes the majority of your day?
Maybe you work at a bank, on the base, or at a store. Or maybe the majority of your day is spent loving the little ones in your home.

We’ll randomly select the winner July 1. Be sure to leave a comment. I believe you’ll want this book for yourself!

A giveaway!

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Have you ever felt overwhelmed with the huge weight of parenting? A weight, at times, that has been difficult to shoulder alone? Ever felt like carrying the role of your child’s biggest spiritual influence was a role that was more than you expected?

Then, we want to help!

We want to give away a copy of the book Parenting Beyond Your Capacity.

Want to win it? Then leave a comment answering this question: Last Sunday, two things were mentioned that parents can do that will go a long way toward building a faith that sticks with their children. What are those two things? No peeking in the comments for the answer 🙂

Next Tuesday (3/19), we’ll randomly select the giveaway winner from everyone that leaves a comment.

A free book

The statistics are troubling. A large percentage of graduating seniors end up struggling deeply with their faith in college. Unfortunately, the things churches often try, in an attempt to combat this, fall into the category of “too little, too late”.

The effort to develop a faith that sticks within our children begins now, and it involves the church and parents partnering together.

The Fuller Youth Institute has conducted an extensive study of this trend, and has published a book called Sticky Faith, that contains a lot of practical ideas on developing a faith that sticks.  The book, along with other great resources, can be found at stickyfaith.org.

We think this book is so valuable that we want to give away 5 electronic copies of it. These e-versions can be read in either the Kindle or Nook e-readers (or their corresponding apps on your smart phone).

The first 5 people to leave a comment on this post will win a free copy. All you need to do is answer this question in your comment: “What was valuable to you, or would have been valuable to you, as a teenager in building a lasting faith?