Monday, January 20, 2014

Make Do {and make lovely} Monday - #C21Denver Big Book Giveaway

The family and I are taking advantage of this three day weekend and have fled to the mountain for a little bitty bit of r&r. In place of a regular Make-Do Monday, I am instead hosting this giveaway for books by authors who presented at the Christianity 21 Conference last weekend.
There will be one winner per book.
To enter just leave a comment at the bottom of this post telling me which book you would pick and why!




From Nadia





From Sarah.  



From Julie.



from my publisher Paraclete Press and lots of friends



from me.



Huge thanks to The Thoughtful Christian.com who was a sponsor of #C21Denver and who donated several books to this giveaway. Go shop their site - they have good books!



****Remember there will be one winner per book.
To enter just leave a comment at the bottom of this post telling me which book you would pick and why!
Contest will close on Saturday, January 25 at midnight.*******


23 comments:

  1. I would pick Jesus Feminist! It's been on my to-read list since it came out, and I'm waiting on my library to acquire it. I own your book already. :) Love it!

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  2. Uwielbiam Twój blog i marzę o Twojej książce "A Homade Jerusalem". Chciałabym zaczerpnąć z niej więcej inspiracji.
    Pozdrawiam!
    Iza z Polski

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  3. Hard question friend! I would have to say I would pick your book though. :) Even though I already own it I would love an additional copy to give to a dear friend.

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  4. Everyday Justice sounds interesting to me.

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  5. I already have your book and extras for gifts.

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  6. I would definitely pick your book because it is on Wish List!

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  7. I already own a signed copy of your lovely book, so I think I'd choose Pastrix. I heard an NPR show with Nadia Bolz-Weber recently and really liked her.

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  8. I'd love to read Everyday Justice -- in my work with my clients (I do spiritual direction and life coaching) I'd like to be able to recommend it to them. (PS. Great picks -- I've already read Jesus Feminist (since I got home) and am reading Pastrix now (and the President's Devotional). I got a chance to meet Julie and would love to read her book.)

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  9. Phyllis Tickle because I absolutely loved her talk and the book and absolutely had no space left in my suitcase to get a copy home :)

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  10. Every day justice as I bought most if the others!

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  11. I would choose "Jesus Feminist". I would like my wife and her friends to read it. The author is a Canadian - and as a Canadian I was glad she represented us so well.

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  12. I would love to win Everyday Justice. I met Julie at C21 and enjoyed talking to her (the same day you guys gave me a ride from Panera!). Additionally, I work in the area of Sustainability and am especially interested in the topic of how our food is sourced, eating locally, and understanding our food chain and where things come from.

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  13. Pastrix - though I am pastor I find that what NBW has been doing in the name of God to be fascinating. We need less pastors who look like me (I am dangerously progressive and liberal theologically, socially and politically) and more who look AND think like Pastrix Nadia.

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  14. Evangelist of the Future - Having received motivation to explore my Faith very recently, I am excited to learn more about Phyllis and her journey. I was quite taken by her at the conference. My education is just beginning and this book would surely give me some insight in to what I have missed.

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  15. I would love to win a Homemade Year. This looks like it would have some great ideas for everyday life in the upcoming year.

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  16. They all sound wonderful but if I have to pick one I would go with Jesus Feminist. I've done quite a bit of reading in the area of womanist, feminist, and mujerista theologies and ethics but have not yet read that one. I'd love the chance to read what she has to say. Thanks for offering this.

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  17. I would love to have a copy of Everyday Justice! I have just finished reading it (a copy borrowed from a friend) and think that it would be a great to use as a Bible Study/Discussion Group Topic for my church here in North Liberty, IA.

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  18. You won Pastrix! Send me your address please : )

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  19. You won A Homemade Year! Please send your address to ahomemadeyear@gmail.com

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  20. You won Everyday Justice! Please send me your address to ahomemadeyear@gmail.com

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  21. You won Jesus Feminist! Please send me your address to ahomemadeyear@gmail.com

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  22. YAYYYYY! I'm so stoked!

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ok, really. tell me the truth... do these comments make me look fat?

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