Thank you to those who have been signing up for the RSS feed to this site. It helps us move up on the Google Search Rankings. I will be starting a book give away, starting today, just for you who sign-up in the future. Here is how it will work:
- Sign-up for the RSS feed tot his site. You click on the icon right after the title to do that.
- When you sign-up, you will be placed on a list of subscribers who are eligible for a drawing for a free book.
- There has to be a minimum of 10 people who sign-up before there is a drawing. When that or a deadline is reached, a random drawing will be taken from that list and they will be notified of their winning a book.
- The first give away will start today and run through April 30th.
The first book to be given away is a real winner. It is called: “A Positive Life: Living with HIV as a Pastor, Husband, and Father.” By Shane Stanford
Here is an endorsement by one of the top Christian authors on the planet:
” The HIV/AIDS pandemic doesn’t just affect millions’ it affects them one at a time. Shane’s story will stay in your mind and more in your heart.”
You could own this book for free just by signing up for the RSS feed to this site.
You can own a book that is full of hope, and inspiring words today, but ordering, “Signs of Hope: Ways to Survive in an Unfriendly World.” from the bookstore on this site. It is on sale right now. It is selling for $19.99 in the bookstore, but on this site, it is only $15.99. The shipping has been cut in half as well. Just click on the “Bookstore,” tab at the top of this page to check it out.
My book, “Signs of Hope: Ways to Survive in an Unfriendly World, reaches out to those who may be suffering from anxiety, fear, depression, addictions, self-doubt, hopelessness, and the many other usual suspects.
You must know someone who fits into one of those afflictions. I personally have been there with some of them. I fought life for many years until God took me by the hand and showed me the way out of the muck and mire.
He can do that for you as well. Never, ever, give up, and always know:
You are not forsaken.