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March Book Giveaway Wrap-Up

Thanks to all who participated in the giveaway of 20 Controversies That Almost Killed A Church by Richard Ganz and Systematic Theology by Wayne Grudem.

Unfortunately, as with the previous giveaways, there can be only two winners. Before I announce their names, I would like to let you know that Grace & Truth Books, which co-sponsored this giveaway, has offered a great discount to all contest participants who purchase one of the two books we gave away this month. They are also offering several bonus items. You’ll have to visit the site to read about it! The deal will not last long, so don’t dawdle!

20 Controversies That Almost Killed A Church
Systematic Theology

I am also pleased to say that on April 5th I will announce the next giveaway. The details are not fully in place yet, but it will once again feature an autographed copy of a great book and, in all likelihood, another great item.

And now, without any further ado, I will announce the winners of this month’s prize. As always, they were chosen by a random drawing of all the participants. They are:

Ryan Johnson
Wanda Banks

Congratulations to Ryan and Wanda. I have contacted each of you seperately and the Bible and book will be shipped as soon as I receive your information.

As for everyone else, thank you for your participation. Hang in there until April 5th when I will send information about the next giveaway.

And before I close, I would like to extend a personal word of thanks for participating in these giveaways. Enough people are participating now that authors, stores and publishers are beginning to take notice. This can only be a good thing, as I have been asked by many of these people if they would be able to co-sponsor a future giveaway. This ensures that there will be a steady stream of great items available to you! You can do your part by clicking the links to the contest sponsors and browsing through their stores.

God bless,

Tim


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