“Each man should give what he has decided in his heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver.”
2 Corinthians 9:7 NIV
What a beautiful day for a giveaway! We pray that your Monday is going well and full of God’s mercy and grace. To help you with keeping the spirit of Christmas we are giving away a wonderful Christmas package. For those last minute gift giving needs we also are including a $25 Cracker Barrel gift card. The giveaway runs through Sunday, December 14th. To enter please leave a comment and share your favorite women of the bible and how you are inspired by her story.
Giveaway package includes:
- The Greatest Gift by Ann Voscamp
- The Women of Christmas by Liz Curtis Higgs
- 12oz. Gevalia Kaffe House Blend coffee
- $25.00 Cracker Barrel gift card
Please check our site on Thursday December 11th for a second giveaway that includes a variety of children’s literature and a Toys R Us gift card. You won’t want to miss it. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
Much love, Jenny, Michelle, Freida, and Ingrid
* Packages can only be mailed within the United States
I’m reminded of Mary. Her impeccable strength. I’m a single mom of one son. This would be an amazing gift…god bless.
Oh I cant name just one…….I can tell you that prayer is so powerful…. I wanted a baby so badly and couldn’t conceive…. I prayed Hannah’s prayer and God blessed me with His best , my beautiful daughter Mona……. Have a very blessed Christmas …….
What an awesome gift package, hope I win it. I love the story of Ruth. She was quite and amazing woman of God who showed her servants heart in staying with her mother in law Naomi, and supporting her. She is a wonderful example of what it means to serve others, show unselfishness and a humble heart. She is truly an inspiration…. and has helped me to see that by putting others above oneself, it is most pleasing to God and is a perfect example of how we today should treat our elders (and others). I try to follow her example daily in my own ministry work and have found it to be quite a blessing!
I enjoy reading Beth Moore. I find her messages so uplifting. I like to read any uplifting message.
I think it would have been wonderful to be Mary-mother of Jesus! Such a great woman – I would love to win!
Mary Magdalene. She who is forgiven much loves much. I can’t imagine Mary leaving Jesus’ side after He forgave her. She was there through His whole ordeal and the first one at the tomb. She was the first to see Him alive again. He knew how broken her heart was, and He let her see Him first. I see her love for Jesus and want to be the same. <3
I am inspired by Ruth and her selfless acts of friendship and loyalty. I have not been a good friend lately, focusing my time on other things that are not important. God has really been speaking to me lately about what is important, about building relationships and being loyal to those He has put in my life. It is about putting their needs ahead of my own, busy life. To slow down and take the time to be with people we love. I want to follow them to the ends of the earth.
Mary, the mother of Jesus has always inspired me. She knew that her baby was special but she never bragged. She had such a responsibility to raise the King of all Kings. What a heavy but blessed job.
We drew a name from all who commented and you won the Christmas Inspiration Give Away. Please private message your address on our Breath of Life Women’s Ministries Facebook page and I will mail tomorrow. God bless you and Congratulations!!
I’m inspired. By many… the proverbs 31woman……. Ruth….. and Sarah…. Sarah touched home for a long time…. I longed to be a mother. And when it was God’s plan… it happened.
Rahab – a beautiful example of a horrible life being fully redeemed.
Esther ~ has taught me to wait on Gods timing, patience, courage-protection and walking in obedience for Gods will to unfold in victory!
Mary who was Martha’s sister. She sat at the feet of Jesus instead of worrying about unnecessary work.
Rachel is my favorite. I love her and Jacobs love story.
Rahab- her story offered me hope when I thought there was no way God could love me after all I had done. My past didn’t mean I would always be dirty and not worth anything- definitely Rahab