trustinggodIt’s time for another giveaway, and if you’ve been hanging around here, you won’t be surprised by the book. I’d love to pass along a copy of Trusting God: Even When Life Hurts. Some of you have already read it, but enter anyway and then pay it forward, as they say.

Just leave a comment below, and to make it fun, share what book *YOU* would give away if you had the chance. If you mention my giveaway on Facebook, Twitter, or your blog, just let me know and you’ll have additional entries in the drawing.

I’ll close the giveaway on Friday night (March 22nd) at 10 pm EST.

Looking forward to hearing from you!

25 thoughts on “giveaway

  1. I would love to read this book! If I could give a book away right now, it would be Shame Interrupted, by Ed Welch, even though I am not finished reading it!
    Thank you for sharing this with us!

  2. If I had the chance to giveaway a book I would give away “Chicken Soup for the Soul: Here comes the Bride”. I’m currently reading this book and really enjoying all the wedding related stories!

  3. Oh, I would love to pay this forward! At the moment I think I’d give away Phantastes by George MacDonald (I actually do have a spare and may well do so). It’s an adult fairy tale, that was instrumental in the conversion of CS Lewis (if you have never heard of it) full of poetry and true goodness.

  4. Thanks for sharing this book with us. I am reading some great leadership books right now. I would pass along Who Moved my Cheese – it is very inspirational and helps people that are afraid of change.

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  6. If I were giving a book away it would be “Loving Well ( Even if you haven’t been) by William Smith. It’s a great reminder “we love because He first loved us.”

  7. This would be a read for me right now. Life is complicated and painful and God seems a bit unsubstantial. I would give away “I Believe,” by Jeremy Camp. Very encouraging.

  8. It’s hard to give away a book without context for the gift, but my fiction pick would be Richard Bradford’s “Red Sky at Morning” because it unites the American South and the American West delightfully and with wise thoughts on what maturity means. My nonfiction pick would be Joseph Ratzinger’s “Introduction to Christianity,” which was written long before he became pope (first published in the same year as “Red Sky at Morning,” oddly enough), because I’ve never read anything else that explained every line in the Apostles’ Creed so brilliantly.

  9. I think the book I would give away right now would be Sacred Influence by Gary Thomas, even though I’m only partway through it. Really good book on how wives can be a positive influence on their husbands without nagging, criticizing, etc.

  10. This is one of the best books of all time to use in counseling as well as personal study; I recommend reading it annually. I also recommend “It’s Not Fair” by Wayne Mack, which slightly condenses the main truths in Bridges’ book for a more reader-friendly book.

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