Sunday, December 07, 2014

CHRISTMAS CONTEST!



I'M HOSTING A CHRISTMAS CONTEST




The winner will receive a FREE audio copy of the newly revised The Journey of Eleven Moons. 

It is a spectacular way to experience the dramatic story of Anna and her sister Iya who lose their village in a tsunami and are forced to find a way to survive the Alaskan wilderness on their own. Their only help is an outsider that Anna doesn't trust.




All you have to do to win this book is share one of your favorite Christmas memories. 

I will run the contest through December 25th and will draw one winner on December 26th.







I can hardly wait to hear your stories. I will include some the best ones here on my blog during the Christmas season.

MAKE SURE TO LEAVE YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS SO WE CAN CONTACT THE WINNER.


God bless you! Merry Christmas!



7 comments:

  1. Their only help is an outsider, that is often so hard to do....
    Some do find that hard to do at Christmas or anytime they need help. I enjoy the memories of Christmas caroling & dropping off gift baskets every Christmas..
    dkstevensne AT outlook dotCom

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  2. My favorite Christmas memory is our Christmas Eve activities. New pajamas for everyone and I would read The Night Before Christmas, ending with reading the Christmas story from the King James bible! "they found the babe wrapped in swaddling clothes, and lying in a manger" The kids are all grown and have kids of their own, and grandkids (my great grandkids!) I hope they all remember and carry this memory in their hearts as well.

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  3. My favourite memory of christmas is having the whole family around in Christmas day. Then watching Christmas movies while the kids play with their toys in the same room. Sharon
    Sharonm_martin@yahoo.co.uk

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  4. I have so many - lots of fun memories of Christmas with grandparents and all of the aunts and uncles and cousins. I sure miss those time. Also, I remember the times when I was in our youth group at church and we did a live nativity and I was an angel.

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  5. Our folks had died. Twin Peggy and I were in High School, living alone. We'd enjoyed a bottle of illegal wine with "pals". I fell asleep on the couch, awoke to Reindeer hooves on roof, and a hearty HO HO HO coming down the chimney. Sobered up right quick! Silly Peggy... Still makes me laugh.

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  6. Rand grew up with his dad reading the Luke account of the Nativity story in Swedish. We carried on the tradition with our lovely creche and as Rand read, in ENGLISH!, the kiddos would re enact with Mary, Joseph, Baby Jesus, etc. But they added to it. Lincoln Logs became the Inn, Gi Joe the innkeeper, Barbie as his wife---you get the picture! I'm sure Jesus smiled...

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  7. Kathy T3:27 PM

    When we bought our first nativity set after we were married when our children were still merely dreams for the future, I made sure we bought one that children could touch. I so wanted my "future" kids to interact deeply with the story of Christmas. So, several years later, when our oldest son was 3, and we were unpacking the Christmas decoration boxes, he piped up, "Hurry, Daddy, I want to play with the 'activity' set." We were happy that he had caught the idea and had fond memories of the numerous retellings of the Biblical story with his parents and siblings in a very interactive way. ktrim@teamjapan.org

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