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Free Stuff Fridays (Missional Wear Edition)

This week’s Free Stuff Fridays is sponsored by Missional Wear. For years they have been producing great Reformed theology t-shirts, apparel, drinkware, posters, and more. They are now introducing a new line of paper goods including greeting cards, flat cards, and note pads. There will be 5 winners that will each receive a t-shirt of their choosing and a sampler of Missional Wear’s brand new stationery products.

Missional Wear t-shirts and hoodies make a perfect Christmas gift for the theology lover in your life. This Christmas morning they will be surprised to see their favorite theologian on a t-shirt. Make it even more special by adding their favorite quote on the back. With over 150 designs to choose from, you will definitely find something that they will absolutely love. Get an early start with the coupon code CHALLIES that will get you between $3 and $5 off each apparel item that you purchase!

Skip the cliché Christmas cards and send one that is beautiful with a theologically sound message. These Soli Deo Gloria and Five Solas folded card sets will send a unique message to your family, friends, and loved ones. The cards have a matte finish and are blank inside, allowing you plenty of space to write a personal message. Each card comes with a matching envelope that make them ready to mail. For a limited time you can get 100 cards for the price of 50, so grab them while they are available!

Have you ever needed to write a note of encouragement and wanted to write it on something more than a blank piece of printer paper? Missional Wear’s new note cards are the ideal size for writting a short message. These unique note cards feature original art of some of your favorite theologians like Charles Spurgeon, John Calvin, Martin Luther, Jonathan Edwards, and John Owen. One of the most popular designs features this quote from the Westminster Shorter Catechism: “Man’s chief end is to glorify God, and enjoy Him forever.”

If you write a lot of notes or just need something to jot down your grocery list, one of their new 50 sheet notepads may be exactly what you are looking for. They are a great way to expose others to some of the greatest theologians and theological truths via something as simple as a note. There are 4 beautiful designs to choose from with quantity discounts for all of you heavy note takers out there.

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