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Free Stuff Fridays

This week Ligonier Ministries is offering 50 (count ’em 50!) prizes. Each of the 50 (!) winners will be given a year-long subscription to Tabletalk Magazine (or a subscription for a friend, neighbor, family member if the winner happens to already be a subscriber).

Tabletalk is a tool that helps you grow in your knowledge of God and in your love for His Son and His people. Each month is packed with more than 60 pages of focused, practical Bible study and insightful commentary by today’s top Christian thinkers. Over the years, Tabletalk has been recognized for its excellence through several awards. Today, people all over the world read Tabletalk on a daily basis. The magazine is regularly found in seminary libraries and churches throughout the country. Many credit Tabletalk with helping them maintain a solid life of study and prayer.

Click here If you would like to view a sample issue.

Please note that it will take 6-8 weeks for your first issue to arrive. That means that it will arrive just a little bit too late for you to see my Tabletalk debut. But no matter.

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Rules: You may enter only once. The giveaway closes tonight at midnight.

Notes: You must provide your mailing address (or the address of the person to whom you would like to give your subscription) in order to enter the giveaway. This information will be stored securely for the duration of the giveaway. As soon as the winners have been selected, their names and mailing addresses will be forwarded to Ligonier Ministries. All other information will be immediately and permanently erased.

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