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This week’s sponsor is Matthias Media. This mission of Matthias Media is “To serve our Lord Jesus Christ, and the growth of his gospel throughout the world, by producing and delivering high-quality, Bible-based resources.” And they do produce some great resources.

Speaking of which, there are five prizes to win this week. Each of the winners will be sent a package containing:

  • Six Steps to Reading your Bible DVD (Retail $24.99)
  • Six Steps to Reading your Bible workbook (Retail $5.99)
  • Briefing CDROM (a fully searchable archive of every issue of the Briefing for the last 20 years) (Retail – $49.99)

Six Steps to Reading Your Bible

This is a great prize package containing some very useful material for your home library or even for your church library. “Whatever your current Bible reading habits (or lack of them), and whatever your level of knowledge and confidence, Six Steps to Reading Your Bible will help you make progress in getting into your Bible. The course is especially designed for use in small groups, and utilizes a mix of video instruction, fun skits, Bible study, discussion, practical exercises, prayer and home assignments that will help you on the road to establishing a new and more enjoyable Bible reading habit.”

Here is the trailer for the DVD:

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. The giveaway closes tonight at midnight.


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