Free Stuff Fridays
This week’s sponsor of Free Stuff Fridays is HeadHeartHand Media. Head Heart Hand is founded by David Murray, a name you recognize around here, I think. HeadHeartHand media exists to communicate God’s truth through excellence in film.
There are five prize packages to win this week. Each will contain:
- 2 copies of God’s Technology DVD
- 2 copies of CrossReference DVD
- 2 copies of David Murray’s Christians Get Depressed Too
The thinking is you can keep one copy for yourself and donate the other one to your church library.
CrossReference aims to help Christians discover and enjoy Christ in the Old Testament. This first series of short teaching films centers on Christ's appearances in the Old Testament as the Angel of the Lord. Ten short teaching films guide viewers through these appearances and offer explanations, applications, and plenty of food for thought. If you want to expand your understanding of Christ's person and work, deepen your love, and fuel your Christian service, this series is a great place to start! Use it together with the study guide for personal growth and family instruction. The study guide is also designed to serve as a 10-week curriculum for small-group study.
In God's Technology, David Murray presents a Christian response to the digital revolution. After laying the foundation of four biblical principles, he makes the case for disciplined discernment in our use of technology. He then presents a practical seven-step training program to develop disciplined discernment in our children, and he concludes by showing how to apply these seven steps to Facebook use.
Again, there are 5 prize packages to win, so go ahead and enter…
Giveaway Rules: You may only enter the draw once. Simply fill out your name and email address to enter the draw. As soon as the winners have been chosen, all names and addresses will be immediately and permanently erased. Winners will be notified by email. The giveaway closes Saturday at noon.
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