A Three Book Giveaway of Easter Love Letters from God

Yay! The time has arrived! With just one week left until publication of Easter Love Letters from God, my publisher, Zonderkidz, is offering a THREE-BOOK GIVEAWAY! 

Inside the pages of this interactive book, you will find seven stories and seven lift-the-flap love letters from God, each of which can be personally addressed to your child. Last week I shared some of my favorite excerpts from the stories, but here’s a peek inside one of my favorite letters…

From ‘What Love Looks Like’…

From ‘King of Kings’ to ‘The Super Surprise’, this is an interactive journey through Holy Week like no other. Stay tuned for news of a free downloadable activity pack to accompany this new book!

Would you like to win a copy? All you have to do is leave a comment on this post, telling me which of these seven stories you are most looking forward to reading…

The winners will be announced next Tuesday, 30th January (Publication Day!) If you share this post on Facebook, let me know and I will enter your name twice. And for an extra chance to win, just tag a friend on my three-book giveaway post on Instagram.

Good Luck!

Enter the five-book giveaway on Goodreads

Preorder your copy of Easter Love Letters from God.

UPDATE! CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 3 WINNERS: Emily Cuba, Amanda Prestigiacomo and Mary Caraway.

54 thoughts on “A Three Book Giveaway of Easter Love Letters from God

  1. Shannon Mann

    Glenys each of your books is amazing, your gift from God is truly special. Thank you for sharing your gift with the rest of us! Looking forward to the new book.

    God Bless

  2. Carol Ashcroft

    “What Love Looks Like” (Washing Feet)…this is the chapter I am most excited about reading! This is truly the heart of Jesus…a servant’s heart. A chore left for the “help” of the house/someone lesser or not as important, Jesus wasn’t about status. His acts of love were all done from a heart that was more concerned about others than Himself.

  3. Ann Hastings

    What Love Looks Like. I would love to share these letters with my one room K5-5th grade Sunday School class. Thank you!

  4. Helga Mortensen

    I am looking forward especially to your story about The Secret Supper. We do a Passover feast every year with our children and their families and I welcome new ways to show them the connection between Passover, the Last Supper, and our present-day Communion. I plan to use this book for the 6 Sundays of Lent in our Children’s Worship time. I am happy to know there will be additional resources and activities available – thank you!!

  5. Emily Cuba

    Looks very neat! I would love to read and share them all! To pick just ome I’d say the Gloomy Garden. That isn’t focused on as much usually!

    Also, sharing this on Facebook!


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