Last Call…

I know, I know. I passed the “Update Fatigue” point regarding Gospel Meditations for Women several posts ago. Sorry. Consider this a public service announcement rather than an advertisement.

Per the US Postal Service, Priority Mail should arrive 2 or 3 days after shipping. That means that tomorrow (Wednesday, 5/5) is realistically the last day we can ship GM4W in time for Mother’s Day. And getting them to the post office in the morning would be better than in the afternoon. If you’re considering giving them out on Sunday, you need to order pronto. We’ll do everything we can to get them to you.

Of course, we are hopeful that the booklets will be useful for non-mothers and for more than a weekend. We’re getting a lot of orders for 1 or 2 or 5 copies in addition to the mass orders from churches. That’s encouraging. We hope that will continue and increase as the books get “out there.” For those who are interested, we’ve sent out 5000 copies, and we’re receiving 2000 more tonight. That’s far more than we anticipated just a few weeks ago. Thanks for the enthusiastic reception. Praise the Lord.

You can get more information here, view a sample pdf here, and order the booklets here.

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Previous GM4W posts: here, here, here, here, and here. (Like I said, information overload.)

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One Response

  1. Hi Chris, I am Dave Mincy’s wife, Sara. We got this devotional for Mother’s Day at church and I love it! Great stuff. I blogged about it today: (http://sara-mincy.blogspot.com/)

    Keep up the good work…I have really enjoyed getting my focus back on the Gospel.

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