I’m late. I wish I was there. Act now supplies are limited!

From Perry

Your probably asking yourself what in the world do all three of the above have to do with one another.  Let me illuminate you.

  1. I needed to write this post yesterday
  2. It’s about the NCFIC.orgSufficiency of Scripture Conference” and I REALLY wish I were there.
  3. They are selling the audio messages from the conference @ a presale discount until the conference ends (in a few hours) so the “supplies” of discounted audio sets are very limited. Hurry up and you can still get yours for a 22% discount — FOR A LIMITED TIME!!!

But wait there’s more! (no really there is )

Giveaway

Due to my high level connections at the NCFIC I have been able to arrange to give away 3 sets of the full conference audio! Now I’m having the giveaway for the sole purpose of helping to spread the word about all the hard word the men over at the NCFIC are doing, specifically the “2009 Sufficiency of Scripture Conference“. So if you will help me to spread the word I will enter you in a drawing for one of three audio sets from the 2009 SOS conference.

Here is how I’d like you to help.

Blog, Facebook, or Twitter links to the NCFIC.org blog and conference audio sale. Then comeback here and leave a comment to let me know where and how you helped get the word out by leaving a comment and a link to your post.

Link to any or all of the following

Conference Page: http://www.ncfic.org/national-conference

NCFIC Blog: http://ncfic.org/conferenceaudiopreorder

NCFIC Conference Audio sale page: http://ncfic.org/conferenceaudiopreorder

I will leave the giveaway open until Wed the 16th of December.

(one last link: NCFIC.org facebook page http://www.facebook.com/NCFIC?ref=ts )

UPDATE: Link back to the giveaway for an extra entry in the drawing

Comments

  1. Wondering too…

  2. Same question here: have you already picked the winners? The suspense is killing me…

  3. Meg (i.e. wanting to know if I won!) says:

    Have you picked the winners yet?
    😀

  4. I posted on facebook and my blog, I’m sure this was an awesome conference, we wanted to attend but it didn’t work out, but we are signed up for the Defending the Faith Conference in TN in July!! can’t wait!

  5. We blogged about the conference audio here:

    http://girottifamily.typepad.com/mountain_musings/2009/12/sufficiency-of-scripture-conference-audiosale.html

    and also linked to your post on the giveaway.

    Thanks for the opportunity to enter!

  6. Hi- I linked to everything as well as you:
    http://ebenezerforestfarm.blogspot.com/2
    009/12/sufficiency-of-scripture-conference.html
    Please pick me!

  7. Thank you so much for this giveaway; please enter me! My family and I were so wanting to attend, but were unable to do so.

    Here’s my link:

    http://byhisgraceandforhisglory.blogspot.com/2009/12/sufficiency-of-scripture-conference-was.html

    Thank you for spreading the word like this; conferences like this are so needed!

    God bless,
    Rebekah

  8. Hello!
    I linked to the NCFIC, and linked back to you as well. My blog is http://www.daughterforthegloryofgod.blogspot.com.
    My family greatly enjoyed the conference. If you can’t listen to all the speakers, I would highly recommend Paul Washer on The Sufficiency of Scripture and the Gospel. It was phenomenal!!
    Blessings!
    -Rebecca

  9. I linked to NCFIC on my facebook and sent a link back to you. 🙂 This is a GREAT giveaway. Wish I could have been there, and really wish that I get to hear all the messages one day! Thanks for offering this; you people are amazing!

    God’s Blessings on you,
    Ruth Ann

  10. I linked your giveaway on my ministry website and linked back to your blog http://kingsbloomingrose.com
    Thanks!

  11. Tweeted the giveaway as well:

    Giveaway-3 sets of the full 2009 Sufficiency of Scripture Conference audio! http://bit.ly/4Y09bd

    Thank you for this great giveaway!

    (and thank you Robin, Breezy, and Emily Rose for directing me here!) 🙂

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