We want this space to be a two-way conversation. To that end, we’re looking for some feedback from you. Whether you’re a regular reader or haven’t yet stopped by ThePerennialGen.com, you’re invited to take our quick, six-question survey before September 30th.
You have the option of remaining anonymous, but as our way of thanking you for taking the time to share your opinion, you can enter to win one of these three amazing books:
Caryn Rivadeneira’s excellent book, Broke: What Financial Desperation Revealed About God’s Abundance, details what she discovered about herself, the world, and God during a time of great financial need in her family. Her humility and transparency about her journey make this essential reading for those of us who’ve faced financial setbacks (Housing Crisis of ’07-`08, anyone?) or simply wrestle with how to be faithful stewards in a consumer-driven culture.
You have never read a devotional like this. (The cover, portraying a Jael-like woman holding a bloody spike, should be your first clue.) Anne Kennedy’s Nailed It: 365 Sarcastic Devotions for Angry or Worn-Out People is a frank, funny, and incredibly reverent yearly journey through Scripture. If you can’t imagine what this devotional might be like, you can get a sense for what this conservative Anglican priest and home schooling mother of 6 has to say by checking out here blog here. We think you’ll be glad you did.
PerGen co-founder Michelle Van Loon’s Moments & Days: How Our Holy Celebrations Shape Our Faith introduces readers to the feasts and festivals of the Bible, as well as the special celebrations of the Christian calendar. This excellent resource for church and individual use offers readers a sacred sense of time throughout our year, enriching holy days and enlivening our experience of every day.
If you don’t want to wait to see if you’ve won our drawing, you can order any of these books from Amazon directly from our resource page.
Also this month, we’ll be drawing the name of one blog post contributor to win our super-cute Perennial Gen tote! It’s not too late to send us your post sharing your experience with midlife career/vocational shifts. Click here for all the details.