the pine tree parable {giveaway}

12:07 AM

This Christmas season I really wanted to have a basket of Christmas books set out for reading pleasure at any time.  I actually don't have a whole lot of Christmas books, so I was so excited to add The Pine Tree Parable to my sparse collection.  The other night, as we lit the first fire of the season, I got the book out and handed it to the kids.  I loved hearing our budding reader read about generosity and our seasoned reader helping her out with big words.

reading by the fire

The Pine Tree Parable is a beautiful story about giving our most treasured possessions to those who are less fortunate.  In the spirit of giving, I love being able to teach my kids that it is far more blessed to give than to receive.  Although board books typically signify young readers, I think this book is a great quick read for all members of the family to remind us that it's not about what we get but that we walk in obedience to God when he says to give and that we can find so much joy from that. 

reading by the tree

The Giveaway

Would you like The Pine Tree Parable for your Christmas book collection?  Well, you're in luck!  Up for giveaway is one copy!  Click here to see a sample of the book.  Giveaway is open to U.S. addresses and ends Monday, December 12th at 9 pm CST when random number generator will choose one winner!

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Entries

1st Entry  Leave a comment on what are you doing this Christmas to reach out to others.

2nd Entry  Become a follower.  If you already are that's fine, too!

3rd Entry  Tweet and / or share on Facebook the following...

#Win The Pine Tree Parable from @TommyNelson! Beautiful story on selfless giving. #Christmas #giveaway @jenprice77 http://bit.ly/t4Vvfe

4th Entry  Follow @jenprice77 on Twitter.

5th Entry  Follow @TommyNelson on Twitter.

6th Entry  LIKE Tommy Nelson on Facebook.

Be sure to come back here and leave a separate comment for each entry!  Also make sure I have a way to contact you. 

Disclosure: I received a free copy of The Pine Tree Parable from Tommy Nelson in exchange for my honest review.  All opinions are my own. 

Comments are now closed.  The winner is Lindsey V

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15 comments

  1. I think sending cards is an easy way to reach out to others.

    We're also donating to carefully chosen charities, and donating to our local food bank. I try to incorporate giving into our life all year round.

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  2. Wonderful and sweet pictures, I love them. Greetings.

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  3. Great photos of your children!! We are really trying to get Alex on board with giving by encouraging him to put "pen-pens" (change) in the Salvation Army buckets (hard for him... he LOVES his pen-pens) and to pass out little gifts to people we cross paths with... trying to teach the joy of giving. I'll have to check out this book, too. blessings ~ tanna

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  4. This Christmas, I discovered Operation Christmas Child through Samaritan's Purse. My family and I also reach out through Compassion International and local Angel Trees.

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  5. I've added your blog to my RSS reader. I'm so glad I found you! You've got amazing ideas and resources - thanks for sharing!

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  6. I shared the giveaway on facebook :-)

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  7. Hmm...I don't know exactly what we will be doing to give this Christmas...at this point...I am counting the days until my parents get back from Haiti for the holidays!

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  8. Tweet! Tweet!

    https://twitter.com/#!/lindseyfoj/status/145660779100770304

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  9. Following TommyNelson on Twitter!

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  10. This Christmas I am selling jewelry made by young women rescued out of exploitation in India.

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