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Sunday, October 26, 2008

Serving up a Giveaway!

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas,
not really, not yet, but the season will SOON be upon us!

The Internet Cafe would like to help you start your shopping early this year with a gift for that special "girl" on your list!

Author Leah Eads constructs a vivid look into the life of some amazing young ladies who are serving God. From Girl’s Club meetings to constructing a shelter in the woods; there is never a dull moment! Young readers will walk with them through struggle and fear, into freedom and trust in God.

"Girls of Grace, Faith Vs. Fear" would make a great gift for that Girl of Grace on your list this year!

The Internet Cafe is thrilled to have 2 autographed copies of "Girls of Grace" to giveaway and help you get a jump start on your Christmas shopping!

All you have to do leave a comment telling us why a "special girl" on your list would love this book, and you'll be entered to win. Be sure to leave an email so that we can contact the winners! Winners will be chosen in a random. The contest will end November 2nd, at midnight, CST and the winner will be announced on November 3rd.



Blogger momof M&M said...

Our HEavenly Father has blessed us with two amzing girls that love the Lord. My special girl would love this book! Let me share with you about her love for "Her Jesus". She is reading the opening verse for our 5th Sunday church service. MArk 12;30 is a verse that she has known for a long time so this was no big deal to her. When the chirldren's minstry director ask her is it was in her comfort zone to so this in fron tof the churh body she replied;" Hmm there is a stage, people, and mircrophone, and I get to say something about Jesus, Yep it is in my comfort zone!"

October 26, 2008 at 6:29 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

We are doing the 1st Place 4 Health Bible Study at our church and the woman leading it is such an inspiring person. She shares with us her walk with Jesus and encourages us in all ways to put Him first and everything else will fall into place. She is an example of a woman of grace and I am sure she would love this book. I do not have a URL (anyway I am not sure I do) but please consider her. Thank you. Josie Lytle

October 26, 2008 at 7:19 AM  
Anonymous Adry Viola said...

I know a special girl who is going through a very difficult and rebellious time in her life. I can only pray that a book like this will open her eyes to the hope that is to be found in Christ.
I know very well how difficult and scary it is grow up and there is a time in the lives of all young girls that can be so very confusing and trying. She is 16 years old and is so very lost in the world and in her own world of pain that she currently cannot see beyond herself. No hope. No goals. Just lost and so sad. I would pray over this book and give it her with love...

October 26, 2008 at 4:49 PM  
Blogger Sandra DeHoogh said...

Special GirlS; God gave us four and a whole mess of boys as well. My women love anything with the smell of God on it and Grace is definately up there with His finger prints all over it.

October 26, 2008 at 5:29 PM  
Blogger Midnite Scrapper said...

I am the mom of 3 girls and 1 boy. My oldest just turned 13! I can not believe she will be in the 9th grade next year. I think it would be awesome to win this book for her. She is sweet and teachable. Thanks for the give away offer!

October 26, 2008 at 6:29 PM  
Blogger Cheryl Wright said...

What a blessing this blog is to my heart.

Cheryl Wright

October 26, 2008 at 6:59 PM  
Blogger KelliGirl said...

I am thrilled to watch my 13-year-old daughter, a girl of grace, evolving into a lovely woman of grace. This book would make a great jumping off point for her afterschool Bible study...and a fab Christmas present.


October 26, 2008 at 8:37 PM  
Blogger hilary_dehaan said...

How cool! Girls of Grace is so awesome. I've lead a small group of young girls in one of their study guides and everyone loved it!

October 26, 2008 at 10:55 PM  
Blogger hilary_dehaan said...

Oops! Forgot to mention the girl in my life who deserves this. My niece, Abby, has such a heart for the Lord! She's only 9 and spends much time reflecting on the Lord and reaching others to further His kingdom. Her neighbors across the street are a married couple who's so lost. She's not afriad to pipe-up about how the Lord has blessed her and others. I'm so proud of her fearless heart for our Savior!!

October 26, 2008 at 10:57 PM  
Blogger mom said...

With three young girls at the end of our family, I love to find other ways to encourage them in their walk of faith besides MOM! :-)

Thanks for offering your giveway!

Tammy ~@~

October 27, 2008 at 7:40 AM  
Blogger Jessica Smith said...


Although I do not have any physical daughters, I do have an "adopted daughter" spiritually. I have known Jade since she was 10 and she has gone through a very harsh time the last 4 years of her life. Three years ago, I met Jade at youth group, with droopy eyes, a face full of fright, and heart shattered into dozens of pieces.
Her mom and just disowned her, dropped her off at her Aunts and left her without a word. I started to hang out with her outside of church, and let her be her.
With in the last 9 months, her dad died from stomach cancer, her grandmother died last week from a heart condition, and her grandfather died a couple of days ago. This young woman of God not only reached out for a shoulder to cry on, and a friend to lean on, she has grown into a strong, full of faith girl whose love for God cannot be denied. She is no longer droopy, sad, and uninterested. When we are around each other, people always ask her, "Jade, is this your mom?" "Yes, she is." she replies. Since then there are others from our youth ministry that have become as daughters to me. :Girls of Grace" would be a wonderful and encouraging Christmas gift to her. She loves to read just as much as I do. This would be another chance for us to bond and learn more about God's unforsakable love.

Thank you for the oppertunity!

Jessica Smith

October 27, 2008 at 11:29 AM  
Blogger The Arthur Clan said...

My only daughter is eight and it warms my heart to see how she loves to serve the Lord already. I would love to sit down and share this book with her and I know she would love having special one-on-one time with her mom. Thanks so much for offering this!

October 27, 2008 at 3:35 PM  
Blogger Kimmie said...

Please...I have 2 teenage daughters that would love to read this book, as they have chosen to put Him first and to continue daily to follow Him. I am sure this book would encourage them to keep on doing that with a renewed understanding and strength.

bless you...!
mama to 6
one homemade and 5 adopted-working on #7 from Ethiopia

October 28, 2008 at 2:03 PM  

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