Wednesday, September 15, 2010

A Book Giveaway

This morning I am going to a new Bible Study. For the weeks to come we will be discussing this.


I read it 7.5 years ago when I was pregnant with Ella. I still have the copy and am enjoying the underlined parts from way back then. I loved this book then. I love it now.


Christianbook.com describes the book this way:
In 30 easy-to-read chapters, Stormie shares from personal experience how parents can pray for their children's safety, character, adolescence, peer pressure, school experiences, friends, and relationship with God. As an added bonus in this edition, Stormie's grown-up children reflect on the way their praying parents raised them and what a difference it made.


The giveaway:
One of the following written by Stormie Omartian...Ms. Stormie has been busy! 
(And really, she has more books than this!)
The Power of a Praying Parent
or

The Power of Praying for your Adult Children
or

The Power of a Praying Church 
or
The Power of a Praying Life
or

The Power of a Praying Nation
or

The Power of a Praying Wife
or

The Power of a Praying Husband

AND
a copy of the Message Bible.
As I have been seeking out scriptures to pray for my girls, I have been using the Message Bible. The simple, truthful words speak to me so much...I just have to give another one away.


To enter:
Leave a comment. Any comment.
I will close the comments at 9 pm on Sunday evening Central time.
The winner of both the book and Bible will be chosen by random.org and announced Monday morning.
Love to each of you! I've gotta get to the study!!!!


+++++++++Comments are now closed! I'll announce the winner soon!


20 comments:

  1. Put me in! I'd love to read that. I read "Power of a Praying Wife" years ago . . . should probably read that one again too!! Enjoy your study!

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  2. Wish i was joining you at your study! I too loved "power of a praying wife." I'm sure "power of a praying parent" would be just as life changing. Looking forward to hearing more about it from you!:)

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  3. Kimberlee, I love reading your blog and love that you give so generously! I haven't read any of the Stormie O books yet but hope so! This could be my start! :)

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  4. carisa was talking about the power of a praying wife this morning and i immediately wanted to buy it. i will wait and see if i'm lucky #4 this time!

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  5. I read "Power of a Praying Parent" when my first two were little and loved it. I should read it again. I think I would also love "Power of a Praying Wife".

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  6. I've read "Power of a Praying Wife", but would love to read "Power of a Praying Parent". We all need power in that department, don't we?

    Tracy B.

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  7. I have "Power of a Praying Wife". Would love to read the parent one. I just came across your blog and I love it Kim!

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  8. I've got the book but would love the Bible...do I still count?

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  9. Power of a Praying life sounds like a great book. Would love a chance to own it!

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  10. So glad I found your blog! :)

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  11. Add me to the list. These books sound wonderful and I would like any one of them. Thanks.

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  12. I have read several of her books. They are really good! But, I want the bible!

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  13. I would love to have both of these! Pick me, pick me!
    ~Amy

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  14. you have an awful lot of amys commenting today!

    how generous are you?
    thanks for the chance!

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  15. Great books!
    I always love the fall and getting back in to the routine of being in a bible study. I'm so bad about slacking off in the summer. Not good!

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  16. Read Power of a Praying Parent years ago, time for a reread! Love the background pics for the Message, makes me wonder if my mom is thinking about reading this too!

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  17. Enjoyed your latest post! Put me in the drawing!

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  18. My first prayer book was "What Happens when Women Pray." Was that by your suggestion? Now prayer is one of my favorite topics. I too need to read "Power of a Praying Parent."

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  19. I also read "The Power of a Praying Parent" many years ago, but would love the "Praying for Adult Children" since I am starting that stage, or at least with our first child. Love your blog! Thanks for writing!

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  20. Pick me, Pick me! Why has it taken me so long to enter?????

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