Monday, March 17, 2008

Experiencing the Resurrection by Henry Blackaby and Melvin Blackaby + Giveaway


About the Book: What does the resurrection of Christ really mean for us? What does it reveal about the heart and mind of God? And what real differences can the miracle of the resurrection make in your life today?

Discover answers to those and other questions as you examine God’s Word with this companion study guide to the book Experiencing the Resurrection by Henry Blackaby and Melvin Blackaby.

Packed with practical notes, advice, and questions for reflection, this highly interactive guide—ideal for small group or individual use—shows you how to witness Christ’s resurrection in and through your life. Each chapter of the book is explored in a flexible one-week format with “life change objectives” that arise from applying the truth for each day to your life.

I'm only a few chapters into this book, but I'm really excited to read it because living out the victory that Christ already won can be a real challenge. :)

I have a copy of this book to give to one of my readers. If you are interested, please just leave a comment with a valid email address. I will draw a winner this Thursday March 20th, so don't delay!

7 comments:

Julie P. said...

Please enter me!

Chaotic Hammer said...

Please enter me. You already have my e-mail address from the Blogger e-mail notification thingy, right?

Gavin said...

Looks like a great book. Please enter me.
Thanks :)

Gavin said...

email = gavinpillay at gmail.com
Sorry.

euphrony said...

I did his Experiencing God book/workbook series. Good material - but it killed me. I cannot do something so structured as a workbook or similar; totally antithetical to my learning styles. Great for other people, just not for me.

Tara said...

An interactive guide sounds great to me. I'd like to win!
taradawnrobertson at hotmail dot com

Megan said...

This book sounds wonderful, thanks for offering it as a giveaway. How come I am here every day and I seemed to miss this? Sheesh. I am losing my mind.

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