Today I thought I would Redeem the Season by doing something special for all of you. I want you to know that I really appreciate you reading this blog, and subscribing. I wanted to do something to show my appreciation so I have decided to hold a little contest.
RTS CONTEST 2010
All you have to do is share with me by commenting on this Blog what you will do, or have done to Redeem the Season (RTS) this year (For RTS ideas please read my previous Blog posts), and please subscribe to this Blog and forward to a friend so they can enter the contest too. The more entries the Merrier.
The 1st place winner will receive a $25.00 Gift Card from Target and The Redeeming the Season Book. The 2nd place winner will receive a $15.00 Gift Card from Chick-Fil-A, and the 3d place winner will receive a $10.00 Gift Card from Chick-Fil-A. It’s a sweet deal.
The contest starts right now, and will end first thing Monday morning on December 13, 2010 at 9AM EST. All of the comments will be printed out from this blog, so you will need to comment on this Blog not on Facebook or Twitter, please include your first and last name with your comment. Once the comments are printed, they will be separated one comment at a time, then placed into a hat. Monday morning on December 13, 2010 at 9AM EST my son Seth will draw out a winners from the hat, 3d place winner will be drawn first, 2nd place winner will be drawn 2nd, and 3d place winner will be drawn 3d. We will video the drawing so that you know it was fair. The video will be posted on this Blog. Every person gets a fair shot at the winnings. The more ideas and comments you make the higher your chances for winning, so please be creative, and please subscribe to this Blog. The winners will be announced Monday morning on December 13, 2010 via this Blog, and their creative idea will be posted on this Blog. I will provide a contact email for the winners to reach me, so that I can mail out the prizes. Best wishes to you all! RTS!!!
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Our day homeless shelter in Edgewood had the funding stopped as of November 29th, and I’ve been very sad about that. Two of the faithful volunteers at that shelter attend the same Church as I do so I plan on discussing with them how I can help the homeless now. I’m not sure if that will mean making peanut butter and jelly sandwiches weekly for their lunch, or buying them things like chap stick, bottled water and other essentials. These people have tents in the woods of Aberdeen and Edgewood, and have many different needs. I look forward to doing all I can to help make their lives a little bit more bearable especially during this winter season.