We will select 3 winners who will each receive the following 3 books: Grace Works! (Bond), Prone to Wander (Duguid & Houk), and Hidden in the Gospel (Farley). Enter today for a chance to win!

You have from today, October 10th through Thursday, October 16th to enter. Winners will be announced on Friday, October 17th. This giveaway is only open to those in the contiguous U.S.

How to Enter:
  1. Leave a comment on this blog post answering the following question: “Which of these 3 books are you most excited about?” Answering this question will get your name added once to the drawing.
  2. Tweet to earn more entries (one tweet per day with a maximum of 3 additional entries). P&R must be tagged in Tweets (@prpbooks). Each social media action will earn you one more draw­ing entry. You can get your name added to the draw­ing a max­i­mum of 3 additional times for a total of 4 entries.

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About the Books:
Grace Works!: (And Ways We Think It Doesn’t) by Douglas Bond
Pages: 304
Summary: When the church downplays the gospel, it breeds its own assassins: moralists who yawn at the notion of free grace in Christ alone. Sounding the alarm, Bond offers encouragement and biblical solutions.


Hidden in the Gospel: Truths You Forget to Tell Yourself Every Day by William Farley
Pages: 128
Summary: The gospel – a story beginning before time and stretching into eternity, relevant to every stage of your spiritual life. Learn how to apply its truths to every moment each day.


Prone to Wander: Prayers of Confession and Celebration by Barbara R. Duguid andWayne Duguid Houk
Pages: 240
Summary: Inspired by The Valley of Vision, these short prayers are designed for private or church use. Trinitarian and Christ-focused, they provide gospel comfort on many specific topics.


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