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June CD and Book Giveaway

It is time once more for a giveaway. This month we’re trying something new – we’re giving away CDs along with a book. The CDs are from the Indelible Grace series, which feature such Christian Music stars as Derek Webb and Dan Haseltine (of Jars of Clay). The book is Twentysomeone written by Craig Dunham & Doug Serven.

As usual, I am indebted to my friend John at Monergismbooks for co-sponsoring this giveaway.

Indelible GracePilgrim Days: Indelible Grace II: This CD is the sequel to the popular Indelible Grace. It features traditional hymns but marries the time honored truths and sentiments of the past to the fresh, acoustic music that flows from this generation, and the effect is wonderful. It includes such classics as Thy Mercy My God • Free Grace • Psalm 51:1 • Sometimes A Light Surprises • How Sweet The Name Of Jesus Sounds • O Love Incomprehensible • Poor Sinner Dejected With Fear • O Day Of Rest And Gladness • Laden With Guilt And Full Of Fears • On Jordan’s Stormy Banks I Stand. For more information, read the full description at Monergism Books.

Indelible GraceFor All The Saints: Indelible Grace III: This new CD carries on the tradition. It includes songs performed by Sandra McCracken, Derek Webb, Dan Haseltine (of Jars of Clay), Andrew Osenga and many others. It includes songs such as Jesus I Come (Out Of My Bondage); Jesus Everlasting King; O Come And Mourn; Praise My Soul The King Of Heaven; She Must And Shall Go Free; Jesus With Thy Church Abide; O Word Of God Incarnate; For All The Saints. For more information, read the full description at Monergism Books.

Indelible GraceTwentysomeone: In TwentySomeone, Craig Dunham and Doug Serven generously share their journeys through their own twenties decade in a fresh, thoughtful, and practical style that builds a bridge between key questions in the young adult years and the experience of Christian faith. This book will serve as a ‘mentor’ for many.

For all the details and to enter the giveaway, CLICK HERE.

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