An Easter Prayer {Review & Giveaway}

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I’m excited to present this cute Easter board book to you all today.  We really enjoyed reading An Easter Prayer over Holy Week — a reminder of spring, new life, and our hope found in Jesus Christ!
Yes, I know Easter is over, but I received it a little later than usual and I’m behind on my giveaways for you guys!

Here’s what Thomas Nelson has to say about this cute book!

An Easter Prayer by Amy Parker
*ages 1-5
*Teaches children to be thankful to God (3rd book in the “Time to Pray” series
*Little ones learn they have much to thank God for when spring arrives – bunnies, flowers, and Easter eggs are fun, but the best of all is Jesus!

You can flip through a few pages here and make sure you snag this title for next Easter for just $8.99!

Today, one reader will win a copy of The Easter Story!  Use the Rafflecopter form below to enter!

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Christie is a stay-at-home mom to two beautiful little girls, a pastor's wife, and lover of Jesus. Her hope is that STC would be a source of encouragement for women all over the world!

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  1. says

    This Easter I went to my sister’s house and she had most of the family there for lunch.We do an egg hunt for my 2 neices and my cousins son.My 9 yr old read scripture from the bible before lunch.I love seeing children who love Jesus so much.We all watched the bible and loved it.God is so good.I’m cancer free almost 1 yr and my sister almost 9 yrs.We both had stage 2 hodgkins lymphoma and we give all the glory to God that we’re both cancer free.We both have problems from the chemo but God gives us strength to get through everyday.
    I thank God that I found your blog.I usually just follow blogs for entering giveaways.I find myself reading about your adoption process.I’m glad God is providing for your family.
    Thank you for the cute giveaway :)

  2. says

    My son flew in from South Carolina. We drove to my daughter’s to pick him up and before we drove home our whole family was able to attend my daughter’s church on Saturday night. First time we have all worshipped together in many years. What a blessing. Then on Easter we attended our own church back in our home town.
    Kathy Davis
    kdavis1@centurytel.net

  3. says

    We had Easter baskets for the kids followed by omelettes and waffles. Afterwards we went to church, came home and made resurrection rolls. The kids then took a nap while I cooked. When all was ready, we took the food over to the in-laws for a family dinner and egg-hunt.

  4. says

    the art is so cute. thanks for the chance to win a copy. :)
    we went to my hubby’s family dinner in between church services.
    my son sang in the kid’s choir in the evening, and they had a beautiful contata. :)

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