Precept Camden is starting a new Bible study series January 4, 2011, called Royalty, Redemption, & Revival. It is actually a series of 3 Precept Upon Precept Bible Studies covering the books of Esther, Ruth, and Nehemiah. You can join the study in person (if you live in SE GA) or online (if you live anywhere else in the world!).
Go to our Join Our Current Study page for more information. To register or ask questions, email us firstname.lastname@example.org.
Congratulations to Commenter#9, Michelle, the winner of the devotional booklet by Kay Arthur! Thanks to all who commented. Merry Christmas!
In this booklet How to Stand Firm Against the Five Deadly D’s, Kay Arthur takes you on a 30 day journey to victory over disappointment, discouragement, dejection, despair, and demoralization. Using the Word of God, she gives you the weapons you need to win the spiritual battle over these 5 things that often plague soldiers in God’s army.
Precept Camden is giving away a copy of this 30 day devotional. It would make a great stocking stuffer! All you have to do is leave a comment on this post by midnight on December 10, 2010. A winner will be chosen by a random number generator and announced on December 11. Precept Camden will mail it anywhere in the world and will make sure you receive it by Christmas.
(We could not find this item in Precept Ministries’ online store. However, you may be able to purchase it by calling the ministry at 1.800.763.8280 and requesting it by title or by Item #22097. The price on the back of my copy is $5.99.)
Did you know that right now there are 100 million Christians all over the world being persecuted for their faith? These are law-abiding, peace-loving citizens whose only crime is that they worship Jesus Christ. They are imprisoned, tortured, discriminated against, harassed, and even killed because they refuse to renounce their faith.
Paul told the Corinthian church in 1 Corinthians 12:26 that when one member of the body of Christ suffers, we should all suffer with that member. There are many ways that you can get involved. You can write letters to those in prison or those who are grieving the death of a loved one killed for his faith. You can pray for these precious brothers and sisters. You can write letters to government officials pleading for justice. There are so many ways to do something to help. But you have to take that first step.
To find out more information on how you can get involved, click on the picture below. It is a step that could make a world of difference in the lives of so many who are suffering for their faith.