Tuesday, December 18, 2012

fire prophet {giveaway}

I was SO EXCITED when I heard book two, Fire Prophet, from the Son of Angels series was coming out. My ten year old boy swears that he is not a reader. However, he devoured Spirit Fighter, book one in the Son of Angels series. This is how I knew he loved it. When myself or someone else would ask what he was reading, he would go INTO DETAIL, with a hint of excitement, on the plot, characters, and references to Bible Scripture. You don't do that on books you don't like.

Fire Prophet continues to follow the adventures of Jonah Stone and his sister, Eliza. With Jonah and Eliza being quarterlings, or one quarter angel, they often enter the "hidden realm" to engage in battles with the enemy. The nuggets of knowledge they learn along the way are truths that will challenge kids in their walk with God.

Not only is this book a great read that engages the young reader but it also teaches about spiritual warfare from a Biblical perspective. From this mama, this book comes highly recommended!


I have one copy of Fire Prophet geared toward ages 9-12 up for giveaway courtesy of Tommy Nelson! Giveaway is open to U.S. addresses only and ends this Friday, December 21st at 9 pm CST when random number generator will choose one winner.

fire prophet


1st Entry Answer this question, "What Bible story would you like to see turned into a fiction adventure tale for your children to read?"

2nd Entry Tweet and/or share on Facebook the following...
Enter to #win #FireProphet by @JerelLaw from @TommyNelson via @jenprice77! http://bit.ly/T4LIu1

Be sure to leave a separate comment for each entry. Also, be sure I have a way to contact you should you win.

Disclosure: I received a free copy of Fire Prophet from Booksneeze in exchange for my honest review. The giveaway is facilitated by Tommy NelsonAll opinions are my own.

Comments are now closed. The winner is Thaleia!


Elisa | blissfulE said...

That sounds AMAZING!

Ronald McDonald House Charities of South Dakota said...

I would love them all...but I think that Israel gets ignored. We call Abraham his real name, but Jacob got renamed and is it for our own protection, not to get confused? I'm at www.easyreadingpicks.blogspot.com

Ronald McDonald House Charities of South Dakota said...

Retweeted as Jen Noble! (spaghettibelly)

{amy} said...

I'll have to look into this book series for Cody {who says he isn't a reader, either!} I think David & Goliath would be a good made into a fiction adventure story!

Ronald McDonald House Charities of South Dakota said...

Back and excited for the results - this looks like a great book!

Thaleia said...

Jesus and John the Baptist would be good.

Thaleia said...

I tweeted:https://twitter.com/Something2Offer/status/281909099044675585 and blog at http://something2offer.com

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