8/13/08

Comment to Win!


If you want to win a copy of No More Jellyfish, Chickens, or Wimps by Paul Coughlin, comment here or in the post below. Winner will be announced Friday morning, 8/15.

If you didn’t get a chance to listen to Paul’s interview today on Focus on the Family, click
here for today’s show where you can listen online (then click “listen now”).

Part II will be aired tomorrow, Aug. 14th where my husband is also the featured online contributor for their live forum.

And thank you Focus, for your generous hospitality during Paul’s stay at Focus on the Family a few weeks ago!


Next post: Balcony Girls Reunite! Also, if you already commented below for the drawing, no need to comment again :)

(Photo: Our oldest son and his non-wimpy friends!)

24 comments:

Rachel@oneprettything.com said...

Fabulous! I would love to read this!

our2angels said...

Would love to read this and my husband too!
Thanks for the chance to win!

Blessings
sue
marklovessue@numail.org

Monday through Sunday said...

I love Focus on the Family! We lived in Colorado Springs for 10 years..and miss it terribly! I used to take my boys to their play place when it got to cold for anything else! :)

Gina said...

I would LOVE to read this! I've been thinking a ton about this with my daughter entering Kindergarten this year.

Kay said...

I'd love to have this one for our church library.

Jennifer said...

I would love to read this book! We have a son and it looks like your hubby's book addresses one of our goals for him - to be a strong, assertive Christian.

Thanks for offering it!

Amy said...

Sounds like a great read!

Jen said...

Looks like a great book. We're foster parents to an 8-year old boy and I'm sure this would help.
Thanks!

nel said...

haha... funny picture!

We get Focus on the Family on my local Christian radio station in Sydney. Will have to have a look and see if your husband has been on! How exciting!

Randi Jo :) said...

Would love it as well. Thanks! :) I appreciate your site - I used to be a reluctant entertainer and I am turning from that way more and more! :)

Mysit said...

As the mom of two boys who are that age range right now, I'd love to read this one!

Anonymous said...

I was out running errands for a last minute playdate last night and was listening to the radio. After a few minutes, I realized I was listening to your husband. I really respected what he said about going to the school officials when necessary as well as teaching your child ways to be 'bully proof'.
Small world!!
Amanda

Becky Dellar said...

Oh Lord bless this families devotion to you! I pray the Lord would use this book mightily!! :D
I am going to have to buy a copy - I should distribute them to the "Pacific Region" :)

Anonymous said...

I already thought to buy it - I really want to read that.

Blessings

Dini
DinyB@web.de

hazel said...

Love the photo
"how many guys can you get into a donut"
Look like a happy bunch
Your husband must have his focus on the family
Hazel
Northern Ireland

Lisa said...

I love the photo too! Thanks for the chance at winning this book!

Grateful Gramma said...

Sounds interesting. Please count me in.

sarah a beachcottage said...

you make having 50 teenagers look simple, you are one brave woman lol!

books sounds good, love to read it!

Anonymous said...

Count me in! I have a boy and a girl and am open to any help I can get! Thanks! mpulley@chatmosscable.com

Jamie said...

I would love to read this book.

Debbie (hmsclmom) said...

I just listened to part 2 of the interview....Paul did a great job!

I would love to win a copy of this book and then share it with our church members and our new youth pastor.

Blessings,
Debbie
hmsclmom@peoplepc.com

Daisys Little Cottage said...

What a great giveaway ! I appreciate your generosity at a chance to win.
Smiles
DarLy*~

see you there! said...

Don't know if I made it in time for the drawing but I'd love to win the book. I need to listen to your husbands talks. Can't wait to see the Balcony Girls again.

Darla

dee said...

I would love to read the book!

Dee