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RAAN Father’s Day Giveaway

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On Twitter today, the Reformed African American Network announced their Father’s Day Giveaway Sweepstakes (info below). I am grateful for their ministry.

Last week, concerning Eric Mason’s, Manhood Restored, I posted on Facebook,

If you are looking for a Father’s Day gift that will do more than make dad smell good, dress better, or eat well, get him a copy of Manhood Restored by Eric Mason. Before you say, “He never will read it,” don’t discount the Holy Ghost and give him lest honor than you would give Gold Toe, K&G, Giorgio Armani, or Carolina Kitchen! Get the book for dad and get him off the fence of mediocre manhood – that natural substitute for real manhood. I heard Eric Mason say, “The manliest thing a man can do is worship God.” He is absolutely right: One is not a whole man until he fulfills all his Creator and Savior has designed him to be.

Similarly, of Where Are All the Brothers?, I wrote on Facebook,

If your dad, granddad, uncle, cousin, nephew, son, grandson, brother, husband, or other object of Father’s Day love has not met Jesus Christ, the Son of God, Savior and Lord, who died for our sins and rose again from the dead victoriously, why only get him another trinket when his soul is in jeopardy this very hour? Where Are All The Brothers? will address objections he has to Jesus and the church and points him to the truth of the Gospel (and many other books will do the same). Celebrate the dads in your life, and help unbelieving dads hear the Gospel. Invite your dad to church on Father’s Day, hook him up with dinner, and talk to him about His soul and Jesus. Be prayerful, bold, courageous, and humble.

 

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Father’s Day Giveaway Sweepstakes

 

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We are partnering with Moody Publishers, Crossway, ESV, and B&H Publishing to bring you the Father’s Day Giveaway Sweepstakes.

Enter for the chance to win:

Grand Prize Winner: Manhood Restored Kit, ESV Bible, Where Are All the Brothers, and It Happens After Prayer.

Approximate retail value of Grand Prize prize is $133, Second Place prize is $100 and Third and Fourth place prizes are $40 each.

HOW TO ENTER

There are many ways to enter. Answer a question (1 entry & mandatory). “Like” or “Follow” RAANetwork (10 entries), the authors of the giveaways (3 entries), or our sponsors (2 entries), on Facebook or Twitter! You can also tweet about it everyday for 5 additional entries per day.

SPREAD THE WORD ABOUT THE GIVEAWAY TO YOUR FRIENDS. IF RAAN REACHES 3500 LIKES ON FACEBOOK, WE WILL REVEAL THE 2ND, 3RD AND 4TH PLACE PRIZES.

 

 

 OFFICIAL RULES

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN.  The Father’s Day Giveaway Sweepstakes (“Sweepstakes”) is sponsored by Crossway, Moody, B&H Publishing, and the Reformed African American Network. The Sweepstakes begins June 7, 2013 at 12:00 p.m. CST, and ends June 15, 2013 at 12:00 a.m. CST.

The Sweepstakes is open to all citizens or permanent residents of the continental United States who are 18 or older, except employees of Sponsors or any other organizations affiliated with the sponsorship, fulfillment, administration, prize support, advertisement or promotion and/or their respective agents, affiliates, subsidiaries, and members of their immediate families or persons residing at the same address.

Facebook is not affiliated with or responsible for any part of this sweepstakes.

Kindle and Dad’s Day, hint, hint….

I have been enjoying my Kindle, Wi-Fi from Amazon for a little more than two months. It is a wonderful tool and is helping me stay organized in my reading. If you do not have a Kindle or other wireless reading device, I would encourage you to get one! At this point, I am carrying much of my summer reading on it, as well as about half of the St. John’s College Graduate Institute’s reading curricula (for many of these titles are free). I started with the Kindle app for my phone, which is a good place to start if you cannot afford the Kindle at this moment.

Father’s Day is around the corner! Why not get dad one? Surely he does not need another tie, pair of socks, cologne set, or game for his Xbox. But the vast majority of us could stand to read much more than we do. Reading helps us to love the Lord with our mind (although much more is involved in loving God with the mind than reading), to write better, and to think with greater cultural literacy.

Make it easy for dad! He might pick up more reading simply because of the novelty of the wireless reading device. You even can order him a few Kindle books as gifts.