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November Giveaway

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It is time, once again, for a giveaway. I have arranged quite an unusual prize this month, but one I trust will grab your interest. As always, two equal prizes will be awarded based on a random drawing from all entries received.

Each winner will receive two prizes. The first prize is a copy of The Outdoor Bible (NASB). The Outdoor Bible, a perfect gift idea for someone this Christmas,is printed on 100% plastic material, which makes it a fully waterproof Bible. It can be rained on, snowed on, or fully submerged in a body of water – with no damage. The Outdoor Bible is made to withstand the rigors of the outdoors – whether used on a backcountry trail, a boating trip, or at a park with your family – The Outdoor Bible will endure your chosen adventure. It comes packaged in a small burlap sack.

You can read all about it at www.outdoorbible.com.

Outdoor Bible

The second prize will be one of a selection of books that includes titles written by R.C. Sproul, C.J. Mahaney, Hugh Hewitt, Michael Horton and others. Some of these books are autographed, others are not. The complete list will provided to winners at the close of the giveaway. The first winner whose name is drawn will have first selection of available books.

I would like to thank Bardin and Marsee Publishing for co-sponsoring this giveaway. Please visit their site to read about The Outdoor Bible and other products.

The giveaway begins when you receive this email and will continue until 12:00 noon Eastern Standard Time on November 24. As always, you can increase your chances of winning by accumulating referrals. See the entry form for more details and the smallish print.

Click here to enter.


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