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Wednesday, July 1, 2009

July Praise and Coffee Giveaway!!

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This month's Praise is this devotional on praise:



You'll also get "Praise and Coffee" label coffee!!
You're going to love it!

PLUS, our good friends at Bayview Cards are giving you a beautifully handmade box of cards!



TO ENTER DRAWING:

~> Post a comment to THIS post telling me you favorite type of book-or name of book you are reading. (I love non-fiction informational books about faith but enjoy Joel Rosenberg's fictional series also)

~> Please make sure that I have a way to contact you-PLEASE!

~> If you have one of my "Praise and Coffee Giveaway" buttons on your blog, let me know and you will be entered twice. Here is a link to all my buttons: Blog Buttons

38 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue! I have so many favorite books! I think however if you look at the ones that are beaten up, they are Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights - classics and still wonderful! I look forward to hearing other peoples responses so I can get some new ideas.

Anonymous said...

okay, I just realized that I posted as Anonymous, actually, I'm Sarah Engelmann. :)

Beth/Mom2TwoVikings said...

Looking forward to starting two new ones when we go to the UP this weekend:

Clutter-Free Christianity - what God really desires for you by Robert Jeffress and

Grace Based Parenting - set your family free by Dr. Tim Kimmel

On the fiction side, I'd like to start the first series (The Heritage of Lancaster County series) from Beverly Lewis sometime this summer.

Plus, I have your button perma-imbedded at my bloggy home!

Kasey Hunt said...

I love the book, The Last Lecture. It has such a great message. kasey50@hotmail.com Great give away. Kasey

Karen said...

Oh goodness, there's quite a few books I really like. Let me see - for fiction I really like the Zion series (Zion Chronicles, Zion Legacy, I think there's 3 sets...). For non-fiction I like Beth Moore books/studies and am currently reading "The Christians Secret to a Happy Life" by Hannah Whitall Smith. So far, this book has been incredible!

I am putting your button on my blog right now.

Have a great day!
Karen

christinnjon said...

Right now I am reading bits and pieces of "Bringing Up Boys" by Dr. Dobson, and I just finished reading The Duggars: 20 and Counting! Very insightful! :)

I like some fiction, including Francine Rivers (my fave fiction author), but mostly I enjoy non-fiction, informative books.

christin.slade @ yahoo (dot) com

Thena said...

Oh wow! I have so many. Christian writers, Stormie Omartian, Joyce Meyer, Elizabeth George, Anne Graham Lotz, could go on and on. Any christian romance found a new one at the library yesterday, going to look for more by her: Jan McDaniel. Always looking for new ones.

Karin said...

I am currently reading Boy: Tales of Childhood by Roald Dahl. It makes me smile--- and is quite enjoyable so far!

A Stone Gatherer said...

I just read The Last Jihad based on your post many moons ago! Ihave the Epicenter, and The Last Days here too!

My favorite ficitional books so far have been the Chronicles of the Kings by Lynnn Austin. There are 4 books in the series and they are historical fiction! That is my favorite.

Betsy said...

I like non-fiction books as well. I am not currently reading one myself, but we are reading Christian Heroes: Then & Now Gladys Aylward as a family. She served God!


I do have your button on my blog.

Betsy said...

I enjoy non-fiction as well. As a family we are reading about Gladys Aylward. She served the Lord!


I do have your button on my blog.

Mommy Callahan said...

Hi Sue!
I am just finishing up Having a Mary Spirit by Joanna Weaver, excellent read. Also loving a book my good friend gave me and one you may have, The Coffee Mom's Devotional by Celeste Palermo.

I do have your button on my blog as well :)

Tera said...

Hi Sue-

Happy July to you. I love to read books - all books. I think every person on earth should read "The Shack". I have your button on my blog. Have a great day!

Busy Mom said...

I love to read all types. Not sure I have a favorite...We are in the process of moving and I just packed my bookshelf yesterday. Wow--Didn't know I had that many books! Reading is a favorite hobby of mine. I also have your button on my blog! Happy 4th of July! Thanks for the birthday wishes on FB!
Marie

Denise @ Sunflowers, Chocolate and Little Boys said...

I love Max Lucado....anything he writes is great. My favorite was 3:16.

and I have your blog button.

TammieFay said...

I'm a non-fiction gal myself. Currently reading "Pray with Purpose, Live with Passion by Debbie Williams.

I do have your blog button!

Thanks Sweet Sue!

Jenileigh said...

So sweet of you! My current read right now is "Get Out of That Pit" by Beth Moore. So fitting for me right now.

Your button is on my blog...

Joan said...

Hey Sue,

I love the Yada Yada books and we are reading Respectable Sins by Jerry Bridges in Sunday School. Great study on sin.

Love your give-aways.

Blessings

PS have your button!!!

Alesia said...

Hi Sue,

I'm currently reading two books:

"The Heavenly Man" - Brother Yun

and

"Unlocking God's Secrets" - Bob Morley (highly recommend, very good)

and you know I love Joel Rosenberg books. For any one interested... Pay attention to what is going in with N Korea. If you read "Dead Heat", it will make you a bit nervous though.

I do have one of your buttons on my blog, not sure if it's the right one.

kchewiett612@comcast.net said...

I love Karen Kingsbury books especially the Baxter Series.
Cindy

BritChickNY said...

I love the Yada-Yada series and also the Sister Chicks books. The stories are great and very relevant and encouraging. I also love Beverley Lewis, any of her Amish books. It makes me wish for a simple life!!
(Oh, I do have your button on my blog.)

SunnySusan said...

Hi Sue

The book I am reading now is awesome...Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers...it is the story of Hosea...just awesome...I do have your button on my blog...blessings to you and your family...

Nancy said...

Reading is my favorite thing to do, I just finished "The copper scroll" by Joel Rosenberg, it was a great book. I'm a coffee hound to so this is right up my alley. I have your button on my blog.

Desiree' said...

Hi Sue,
I would love to read this book. My shelf is filled with so many but right now I am reading the Sisters Ink Christian fiction series. Really good about adopted sisters. I will also add your button, don'tknow why I haven't before....

Anonymous said...

I have a ton of book that i love to read over and over but right now my fav. is called persut of holyness Amy bender rafclbender@att.net thank you i love to read your blog it is packed full of Gods truth

HisFireFly said...

I am about to start reading "Scared" by Tom Davis, a novel with a conscience.

I enjoy anything that stirs my heart for the things that touch God's heart, even if that maikes me uncomfortable.

Are we willing to squirm a little bit for Him?

windycindy said...

I have such an eclectic taste in books! I am always reading some form of an inspirational book to start my day off! The books by Beverly Lewis are also a favorite of mine!
Many thanks, Cindi
jchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

Robin's New Song said...

I recently finished "George Muller A man of faith and miracles", sobbing all the way through it. Am in the middle of "When Heaven Invades Earth" by Bill Johnson. a Book of amazing revelation. Both life changing books!

Robin's New Song said...

oh and yes, I added your button to my blog =)

Debbie said...

What a lovely giveaway! I'm currently reading Jennifer Rothschild's "Me, Myself, and Lies" study and "Handbook of Christian Apologetics" for my online college course in Philosophy. My favorite books are Jane Austen books - I just relish reading them when I can take the time to enjoy them.

Kristina said...

Hi Sue! I have your button and my favorite kind of books are Christian fiction...especially Francine Rivers.

Cory said...

I love reading non-fiction books about faith as well. I recently read Lauraine Snelling's Dakota Stories series and loved them. Thank you for offering this great give-away. Take care and God bless, Cory

Anonymous said...

Right now I am in to the Bible study, Me, myself and lies. I would love to win you giveaway.
Nancy in NC
jhargett4@roadrunner.com

mholgate said...

Hi Sue! I was just catching up on your blog and realized I hadn't entered in July's contest yet! So here I am. :) I also have your button on my blog. My favorite book right now is "Just Laugh." I picked it up at the Women of Faith Conference and it's really helped me laugh when I need it most.

You know, I smiled when I read your post about how much your boys eat! I think that all the time about my boys! They are 6 and almost 7 and they eat, eat, eat! :)

I pray also that they hunger and thirst after the Lord...

Have a great week!
Melissa

Ronel Sidney said...

Hello Sue,

I am reading The Shack right now for my bookclub... good read so far.

I have the button on my blog :o)!!

Marlene said...

I have been enjoying the Robin Jones Gunn's fiction books. They are very light but thought provoking. Good reads!

Jodie said...

Hi Sue! I like to read devotional type books. The one I started reading this year is "Streams In The Desert" by L.B.Cowman. Each day's devotion seems to be just what I need to read & 'hear' in order to focus more on what the Lord wants me to focus on. I really enjoy your blog and have posted your "Praise & Coffee Giveaway" button on my blog.
There is nothing better than Praising God to the fullest and enjoying a great cup of coffee!!
Jodie

Mary Lou said...

I have one book by Ruth Myers..sure would love to have this one. I love all sorts of books..have read all of Joel Rosenberg's books and thought they were great. Have read and even re-read the Mitford series. Several mentioned authors that I love too, so I won't repeat them. Thank you Sue for all you do for our marriages and how you live out your faith. blessings...mary lou

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