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Giveaway: Women of Christmas

With Christmas just a few days away, we’re delighted to have a special giveaway today. Three godly women, who have each spoken at the Billy Graham Library, have written these offerings.

 

Giveaway Rules:
To enter to receive a this Women of Christmas giveaway, share your favorite memory of a special woman in your life in the comments below. The winner will be chosen randomly from comments received at http://billygrahamlibrary.org/giveaway-women-of-christmas before Saturday, Dec. 24, 2016 at 12 p.m. ET. No purchase necessary. Odds of winning depend on the number of comments received. Void where prohibited. (**Because of the holiday, giveaway will not be shipped until 12/27/2016.**)

 

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11 Comments

  1. Bonnie Allen says:

    The most special memory I’ve ever had with the most influential woman in my life, my mother, are the breakfasts she would make me every morning, no matter how late she might be running. She always made me one poached egg. She topped my egg with a small doll up of butter and poured me a small glass of Tang….because I hated orange juice. She is a very special mom.

  2. Joy Hulsey says:

    My Mother, Ethel Hodnett, taught all her children (6) the love that God has for all of us. She taught us to love and forgive each other. Mom loved her church family and all the people in our community, if someone was sick, mom was there. I received a letter from my cousin’s husband several years after Mother had passed. He told me about my mom staying with him during his Mother’s sickness and her passing. I will always treasure that letter. Wherever I lived, Mother always ask, “Have you found a good church yet?”.

  3. Tracy Long says:

    The favorite lady in my life was my grandmother, she lived with us through my childhood and was such a Godly lady and would read to me every night and just watching her and her love for God and everyone, showed me and taught me how to treat others and how to always have faith in God no matter how or what is going on in my life. I still miss her so!

  4. Paul Schmellick Jr. says:

    My favorite memory is when I went to Sunday school and church grandmother she was the biggest religious woman I ever knew and especially Christmas time and it has been a little over a two years since she passed and she was always doing something for or at church now she is in a better place!!

  5. Ruben Hinojosa says:

    It was Christmas, four years ago. My ex-girlfriend called to coordinate gift swap. She gave me a dog tag necklace with a diamond stud cross. Very nice necklace, which I still wear today! During the exchange, she told me that the greatest gift she could give, vas to lead me back to Christ. I valued her words so much, I started going back to church and rededicated my life to Jesus Christ.
    Truly was the best gift of all! I now live my life for Jesus, and serve in several ministries at my church. And now pass the same gift to others.
    God is good! He uses the least likely to bless others.
    Ruben H.

  6. Brian Roy says:

    I was a down and out drunk, in my forties, living with my folks after a failed marriage. Running from God for years until I met a lady on a dating site. She was a Christian, a nurse, and wanted nothing to do with my drinking. I had fallen in love with her and started going back to church. I am so thankful God blessed me with her. Fixing to celebrate 4 years married on Jan 15, which is also both our birthdays! Oh and I quit drinking 4 1/2 years ago. We are both active in church. She is the strongest woman I know, and most patient. As a nurse, and former paramedic, folks always stop to hug her neck. She opened my eyes and I can’t say enough about this special lady. I love you Bobbi!

  7. Erin Clancy says:

    My Grandmother is the greatest Godly influence in my life. She is loved by all and I never knew why she had that loving spirit until a few years ago when she told me that she gave her life to Jesus at 13 years old and was water baptized in 1929. I now know why she had that loving spirit. I’m so happy she knows our Lord Jesus Christ.

  8. Kathleen Marie Lunetta says:

    My mom and I have always had a special bond not just mother and daughter but best friends. She has been sick for a few years now and I cherish everyday not just Christmas day with her. I live with her and everyday is special. My mom is a remarkable woman who has a caring heart and soul.

  9. Kenneth Jackson says:

    I have the greatest gift in a God fearing Christian wife. She’s my support as a ministers wife. Even though she has had many health difficulties since 2013 as a cancer survivor, she continues to fight love and take care of her family. She continues to inspire many as a she lives her life fearlessly trusting Christ her savior.

  10. Kim Isley says:

    My mom. She has dementia now, but I remember her teaching me all of the Bible stories growing up. She raised me in church and showed me a Godly example.

  11. Tenesia Berry says:

    Right now the two most important ladies in my life are my mother and my daughter. One for the wisdom and guidance she provides and the other for the endless possibilities and bright future she makes us all believe in.

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