A Devotional Giveaway!

In the last two weeks, I have received my author copies of two great devotionals, one by Guideposts and the other by David C. Cook. And I am giving one of each devotional away to two blessed winners.

But first, a little about these two wonderful devotionals.

Guideposts’ Pray a Word a Day is a 365-day devotional. Each devotion starts with one word, followed by a Bible verse, as short vignette, a prayer, and a place to journal your own prayer. I have six devotions in this book. It was also fun to discover that I personally know eight of the other contributors. How fun is that?

David C. Cook’s Standard Lesson Resources Devotions, Summer 2023 edition, is a quarterly daily devotional. This one runs from June 1 through August 31, 2023. Each devotion includes a Bible verse, a citation to a longer passage that verse comes from, a song title for further reflection, a vignette with Biblical application, and a closing prayer. This devotional is also published under the title The Quiet Hour, but my copies of those are already spoken for.

How Do I Win?

I imagine you’re saying to yourself, “I want a free devotional. How do I win?” It’s easy. All you have to do is sign up for my monthly newsletter using the sign-up form in the sidebar of this blog by May 6, 2023. If you are already a subscriber, you will automatically be included in the drawing. I will randomly select one winner for each devotional.

What If I Don’t Win, but Still Want a Devotional?

I’m glad you asked. I will include links to where both of these wonderful books can be purchased from the publisher in my monthly newsletter that will be delivered to inboxes on May 7. I will also announce the winners in the newsletter, though I will notify winners individually as well.

I am a Jesus Freak, and I don't care who knows it. I am a wife, mother, sister, aunt, daughter, and friend. My blood family is only part of the larger family of Christ that I belong to. I love to write, especially about my dear Savior.


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