Giveaway includes a bible study bag & more

Fruits of the Spirit: Self-Control Giveaway


Giveaway includes a bible study bag & more

Hi friends!

I’m sure you’ve heard by now that we are talking about #SelfControl and #Temptation all month long. It’s been a while since I’ve given anything away, so in honor of this months topic I am giving away a fun prize pack!

Prize includes a one of a kind handmade Christian Chick Ladies Bible Study Tote Bag, one copy of Lysa TerKeurst’s book Unglued & companion devotional, and two copies of Uninvited by Lysa TerKeurst.

Christian Chick Ladies Tote

This tote is perfect for carrying all of your bible study accessories!

Unglued book & devotional

Lysa TerKeurst’s book Unglued shares practical tips & biblical truths to help us get our emotions under control!

Uninvited Book by Lysa TerkeurstYou read that right. Two copies! One to keep and one to share!

Two Ways To Enter!

All you have to do is answer the following question in the comment section below: Does your family have any fun Easter traditions?

Or subscribe to my newsletter between now and April 24, 2017 and you’ll automatically be entered in this giveaway. Subscribe to my newsletter here.

P.S. Do both and be entered twice!

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Submissions are now closed.

(Must be 18 years of age to enter. U.S. addresses only please. Entries end 4/24/17 at 11:59 PM EST. The winner will be randomly selected and announced on the blog on April 25, 2017. The winner will also be contacted via email. This post is in no way sponsored, administered by, endorsed by, or associated with Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, or WordPress.)










54 thoughts on “Fruits of the Spirit: Self-Control Giveaway

  1. Sue Hull says:

    We have Easter at my sister and brother in laws house. We celebrate that Christ has Risen. We have good food and an egg hunt for the kids. We hang out and visit. It’s always lots of fun. Thank you for the chance πŸ˜€

  2. Fiona N says:

    Our family Easter tradition is hunting eggs and spending time to cook and play Bingo at my sister’s house πŸ™‚ Nothing is special but we all loved it πŸ™‚
    Thank You

  3. Lisa Coomer Queen says:

    Most of us go to Sunrise service at church. Then we all go to my daughter’s for Easter Dinner and have a huge Easter Egg hunt for the grandchildren. Subscribed to emails.

  4. Margaret S Porter says:

    We all attend church, grands, children and parents and grandparents then we have our dinner together

  5. farmermomwife says:

    My girls are 21 and 23, our youngest still lives at home. We always colored Easter eggs the day before Easter. I wasn’t planning on it this year because I figured they’re too old but she still wanted to so we did. Our oldest was here & even did a few πŸ™‚

  6. Pamela says:

    We all go to church together Easter morning, then enjoy a brunch and Easter egg hunt for the little ones. After the egg hunt, we give the kiddos confetti eggs to break – always so much fun!

  7. Monja Blue says:

    We go to church together, gather for an Easter brunch, then sing at the Senior Center. Thanks for a wonderful giveaway!

  8. jennifer horn says:

    We always attend church and then go to my moms for lunch with my entire family. We enjoy the fellowship that we don’t always have time for and the kids hunt eggs.

  9. airplanesanddragonflies says:

    Our Easter traditions include waking up Easter morning with the kid’s easter baskets on the table filled with a little candy and a few small toys and a book or two, then we go outside and hunt for the eggs. I make breakfast for everyone, most years, it’s pancakes! Then we have ham, cheesy potatoes, and some veggies for dinner.

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  10. Lorraine Reep says:

    Hi Kelly,
    When my family was all local, we had lunch and hid eggs for the littles after church. Now we are scattered and I don’t get to spend the day with my girls and the grands. So…hubby and I drive to the beach. It’s a place where I can be completely still and hear God speak. It’s become a sanctuary on a Resurrection Sunday.

  11. createwithjoy says:

    Thanks for your awesome giveaway! We attend Good Friday and Easter services and gather friends and family for a meal. We had a very blessed Easter this year and hope you did too!

    I am currently hosting a Journaling Bible giveaway – stop by for a chance to win! πŸ™‚

  12. cmjenniferm says:

    What a great giveaway! I tweeted to share. Our family Easter tradition is spending Easter with extended family which sadly happens less now except for holidays. Church together, dinner together, and even though the kids are bigger now my dear husband still likes to hide eggs for them.

  13. Kristy Cremeans says:

    Big hugs to you, Kelly!

    My hubby, 2 kiddos, and I serve at our church services in the morning, then head to my mom’s for lunch and a big egg hunt. Things will be different this year, as my sweet momma will be celebrating Easter this year right beside Jesus in Heaven! She is missed SO much. πŸ’—πŸ‘

  14. Elena says:

    We do the whole baskets in the morning, eat a couple chocolates and then get ready for church. We do egg hunts, but how and where has varied. If not invited to anyone else’s house, I’ll cook a huge meal that could support an additional family! Now that we’ve moved back home, I’m hoping to do these things with family again.

  15. Kimberly Church says:

    For Easter~ We Would have Easter Lunch at my Mom house and just hang out with family! Now with my mom have little grand children, so now we have to add the Easter Egg Hunt after the lunch!

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