spirit fighter {giveaway}

12:00 AM

It's another great Tommy Nelson giveaway for you this month! This time we get to focus on the 9-12 age range. The debut novel, Spirit Fighter, from the new series, Son of Angels, Jonah Stone, is now available!

Spirit Fighter is a great fiction read that brings kids on an adventure involving spiritual warfare. When Jonah starts to discover that he has some supernatural abilities, he turns to his parents to seek the reasons why. Their answer both shocks and fascinates him. He's part angel, something that he would have never dreamed possible.

In a sea of books that are indeed exploring the darker side of the spiritual world, it's encouraging to see one that shows both sides. Yes, evil exists, but so does good. Our kids are faced with both of those choices, and I love that this book shows the battle and the good choice that Jonah makes.


I have one copy of Spirit Fighter from Tommy Nelson available to give away! Giveaway is open to U.S. addresses only and ends on Thursday, May 3rd at 9 pm CST when random number generator will choose one winner!

spirit fighter 


1st Entry Leave a comment answering this question, "Would you allow your tween to read a fiction book about spiritual warfare if it opened up the door to more Biblically based discussions in the future?"

2nd Entry Tweet and/or share on Facebook the following...

#Win Spirit Fighter from @TommyNelson via @jenprice77! A great read for kids 9-12 on spiritual warfare. #giveaway http://bit.ly/If27YZ

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

You can view the Spirit Fighter flipbook to get a taste of what the book is about!

Disclosure: I received a free copy of Spirit Fighter from Tommy Nelson in exchange for my honest review.  All opinions are my own.

Comments are now closed. The winner is The Bauman Family!

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  1. That's a tough one for me. I'm a big pacifist, but sometimes wars are inevitable...

    And don't enter me in the giveaway since this is several years too old for my kids, but wanted to comment :)

  2. I'm long past having tweens, but I feel that any book that stimulates questions and discussion is a good thing. blessings ~ Tanna

  3. Yes, I would allow it. Kids at that age are beginning to learn to ask good spiritual questions and so long as you as a parent know what they are reading, you can guide the conversation.

  4. I would allow my kids to read a book like this, since they will be exposed to spiritual things, I'd like to help walk with them through it.

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  6. I love engaging my kids in spiritual things. I think he would enjoy the book~ especially seeing the cover. Ohh, how fun that he may get a new fun summer read!


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