Significant Work – Book Giveaway!

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Another Free Book Give Away?

You read that right! I am offering FIVE (5) free copies of Paul Rude’s book, Significant Work: Discover the Extraordinary Worth of What You Do Every Day!

How Do You Win?

If you scroll down just a bit you will see the Rafflecopter entry form which outlines a bunch of ways to enter the Significant Work: Discover the Extraordinary Worth of What You Do Every Day giveaway. Just complete as many as you would like to be entered to win!

Why Am I Doing This?

I started this blog in an effort to spread the message of integrating the Christian faith into our businesses. I want to see more Christian business owners and leaders begin looking at their businesses from an eternal perspective and running them as platforms for Christian ministry.

While I know my posts are written toward this effort, I thought I would try to step it up a notch for 2013. My plan is to give away one book a month for the entire year! All I am asking from you is to follow the Rafflecopter instructions below. As you enter, you will be helping me to spread the word about this blog at the same time. We both win!

This Month’s Book: Paul Rude’s Significant Work

Have you ever wondered if your work is less significant to God than the work of pastors, missionaries, and humanitarian relief workers? Is your life less significant? The answer is a resounding no! Your work is not less significant to God—and neither is your life.

But maybe you’re questioning your calling, wondering if you missed it somewhere along the way.

With engaging stories and sound theology, Paul Rude invites you to discover the extraordinary significance of your everyday work. Never again will you doubt the eternal value of your work or of your life. You’ll find peace with your calling. And you’ll know that through your unique, God-given vocation today, God is preparing you for your eternal vocation—your own unique capacity to reflect His glory forever.

Discover why your work matters, understand the purpose behind it, and fully grasp the biblical motivation for everything you do.

Because this topic is so important to him, the author has agreed to give away FIVE (5) copies of this book! Make sure to enter so you can be one of the five lucky winners!

Enter The Give Away

Follow the instructions below to enter the Significant Work contest and then spread the word to others! The contest ends at midnight on Monday, September 30th and the winners will be announced on Tuesday, October 1st.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

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  • Mary

    I read again and again about comparisons and how they make us often feel insignificant and not the wonderful person God created us to be. It is hard sometimes to feel like the “work” I do as a wife riding in a semi with her husband is significant. What I have found is I have a lot more prayer time, and God often prompts me to pray at the strangest times for people and places I don’t even know. I try to listen, to read blogs and Christian books and share encouragement with others while out here on the road. This book sounds very interesting and I would love to have it and share it with others. thanks

    • Thanks for sharing Mary. I understand the doubts, but I assure you that this book would put those to rest. Whether you win or not, I strongly urge you to read it. You won’t regret it!

  • Theresa D

    Whether or not I win, this looks like a great book for me to read at this time in my life. Thanks for sharing!

    • I would agree Theresa…the book is a must-read!

  • Anna

    This looks like a great book. Thanks for your blog posts.

  • Tricia

    I am sharing some of your blog posts with my facebook group for a Christian networking group. Always learning something from your blog…thank you!

    • Tricia, I appreciate the encouragement! It really gives me the fuel to keep going when I feel I am getting too “busy” to post.