Second Chance Giveaway

The winner of the baking giveaway from over the weekend is: Ginger B. Send your home address to kim@proverbs31.org so we can get you your prize. :-)

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Well gals, I’m taking the week off of blogging. Mainly I am finishing up writing the curriculum Bible study companion guide for the dvd series for my new book due out this fall.

I’m also going to watch my son play baseball at the Michigan Whitecaps minor league stadium in a showcase day.

And, I’m trying to help the hubster with some landscaping he is doing since he has the week off. (NOTE: In this 90+ degree weather, “helping” may be consist only of occasionally bringing him a homemade blackberry iced tea. Just keepin’ it real!)

In my absence, I am offering a second chance giveaway.

A while back, I offered this giveaway designed to help you hide scripture in your heart for those days when you so desperately need it. It is pictured here:

It includes:

~ A journal to record thoughts, prayers, etc…

~ A Bible highlighter

~ A nifty index card folder with 100 cards for writing out verses to memorize

~ A pack of large sticky notes to write out longer sections and stick them on your car dashboard or at your kitchen sink or bathroom mirror

~ A Dayspring mug and some blueberry herbal tea bags

The Passion of Jesus Christ by John Piper

~ Some P.S. I Love You lotion from Bath & Body Works (God’s feelings about YOU!)

~ Some dark chocolate covered pomegranate bits. Hey—come one—–pomegranates are in the Bible, right? ;-)

Well, the winner never claimed the prize even after multiple attempts to reach her via email. So, while I am gone this week, leave a comment with what you will be doing on the 4th of July. I’ll randomly choose a winner of this giveaway and announce her on Monday.

Me? I’ll be the one hauling iced tea out to the hubby like a good wife should. ;-)

And you?

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