Tuesday, May 5, 2009

May Book Giveaway

Mothers of the Bible Speak to Mothers of Today
Nobody ever told me motherhood would be easy. Challenges that mothers face day in and day out are not unique to this time, and modern-day moms have much wisdom to gain from true examples recorded in Scripture.

In Mothers of the Bible Speak to Mothers of Today, you'll meet ordinary women of their day who, by God’s incomparable grace, were used for extraordinary purposes. You'll journey through the lives of such mothers—Eve, Sarah, Hannah, Elizabeth, Salome, Mary, and others. Exploring heart issues such as fear, discontentment, grief, and gratitude, you'll discover solutions through biblical models of prayer, sacrifice, and faithfulness. Each chapter ends with personal application and prayer.

Written by award-winning author Kathi Macias, this book is beautifully designed and makes the perfect gift for a mother on any occasion.

On Saturday, May 30, I'll be giving away one copy of Mothers of the Bible Speak to Mothers of Today. To register your name for the drawing, send your name and email address to michelehuey@yahoo.com. You may enter your name once a week.


  1. Thanks, Michelle, for the great post! I hope your readers will drop by my website (www.kathimacias.com) to see my other books and to register for the free monthly drawings and my weekly devotional newsletter. Blessings to you all!

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  4. Clicking on Kathi's name (in this post and on the left under the giveaway announcement) will take you all to Kathi's site. I've met Kathi, and she's a dear, dear person!

  5. If you all are wondering about the two comments that were removed, well, (a-hem!) I confess t'was I. In the original comment I wrote "right" instead of "left." Then I corrected it with another comment. Then I noticed that I could delete the comments. Then I noticed "Comment deleted" --twice-- and, gee, I didn't want anyone to get the wrong idea. The simple matter is that sometimes I really don't know my right from my left . . .