Friday, December 3, 2010

$50 Christmas Giveaway

What greater way could God have blessed us than giving the gift of Christ Jesus to take away our blame so that we may one day enter into His presence?!  This season we celebrate Christ's birth and His incarnation (taking on flesh).

In an attempt to honor that gift, and spread resources that will aid in understanding this truth:

I will be holding a contest for the next week (from 12/3-12/9).

The winner will receive a $50 gift certificate for merchandise from Ligonier Ministries!

See what you could get at their store:

To enter the contest simply tell me what your favorite Christmas song is by leaving a comment below!

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    NOTE: You only need to post a comment below to be entered in the drawing.

    **The winner will be chosen at random and announced Friday the 9th, so be sure to check back!

    Christmas is not about giving,
    it's about a GIFT.
    May the gift of forgiveness through Jesus, our Lord,
    fill your heart this year.
    ~Merry Christmas~


    1. O Holy Night!

      - Dan Schmidt

    2. Jesu Joy of Mans Desiring :)

      -Tori Conners

    3. As a fun song, my new favorite is Matthew's Begats by Andrew Peterson. It's fun and funny- Check it out, you'll be glad you did! =) I'm totally teaching it to Caleb.

      As a true favorite, that's tough! I'm not sure, but I've been listening to a lot of Wake Up the World by JJ Heller this season.

      Thanks for your blog! I enjoy it =)

    4. I love O Holy Night and O Come O Come Emmanuel.

      What a great giveaway -- thanks for hosting!

    5. I just heard the song, "Where's the Line to see Jesus" That has to be my favorite this year!

      Lynelle Wienke

    6. I love "I heard the bells on Christmas Day" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Its one of those songs that is good on its own rite, but becomes a favorite when you read the back story.

      John Crosley

    7. O Holy Night is one of my all time favorites, but I also love Jars of Clay's A Wonderful Christmastime.

      Matthew's Begats by Andrew Peterson was pretty good :)

      Well...the time has come to announce the winner...

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      Rachel Larson!!! Congrats! I will email you soon to get you your prize!

      Thanks everyone for getting in on the fun. I'll be doing more contests in the future so keep your eyes open!

      Merry Christmas!