Tuesday, November 10, 2009


Today is the last day for the Candle in the Corner give away. Your last oportunity to get in on a huge blessing. 

 Want to see all the great places we have been in two weeks? Want to see what you could receive for your donation?

The links are below.

You still have one more day to give to this great cause.

Our hostess, Heidi gives us this update...

Want something special to give someone this Christmas? There is still time to enter for a chance to win an awesome item from another country!

For quick reference, below are the links to all the participants so far. Meeting these missionaries has been inspiring to me and I know to you as well.

If you have entered and prefer a certain item, please let me know- if your number is drawn I will do my best :)

If you have donated, you should have received an email from me with your entry numbers. Also, if you have posted, linked, FB, twittered, etc about the giveaway and let me know, I am tracking those extra entries {so don't worry, I've got you covered :) } but I'm not emailing those because I'm waiting until the end to assign numbers.

We can't wait to see who wins! This is so much fun for all of us; thank you for playing a part!

Asturian drying house from Dani Joy in Spain

Rooster and table runners from Nina in Portugal

Scripture in Chinese/English and hand embroidered journal cover from Heidi in Asia

Handmade goodies and elephant bowl from Jen in South Africa

Dolls and mittens from Ashley in Russia

Nanduti lace from Julie in Paraguay

Place mats and table runner from Kelly in Uganda

Handbags from Ana in Brazil

Leather wallet from Kim in Argentina

Baskets and book from Sarah in Botswana

Quilt and basket from Sarah (Junglewife) in Indonesia

Tea pot and bags from Jessie on a campus in America

Now... Aren´t you ready to go!!! I know I am so burdened for so many new parts of the world!

But you can give. Remember to give to your local church missions giving first and formost.

Then, click on the Chip In to give just $5 more. It could mean a Bible or a tract or even food for someone in another part of the world.

1 comment:

  1. Oh. When you do this again, I would love to contribute from Australia .... represent the south and all. :}


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