48-Hour Giveaway: A Place at the Table (10 Winners)

Have you enjoyed the video clips of my interview with Chris Seay? If so, you’ll definitely want to enter to win one of 10 copies of his book, A Place At the Table: 40 Days of Solidarity With the Poor.

From the Amazon description:

In a culture built on consumption–especially of food–it is easy to forget the poor that Jesus cared so much about. Following the pattern of his successful Advent Conspiracy, Chris Seay invites readers on a journey of self-examination, discipline, and renewed focus on Jesus that will change their lives forever.

He challenges readers to eat like the poor for forty days in solidarity with a much-neglected group of people, and to donate the money they save on groceries to a charity or project that serves the poor in concrete ways. But he doesn’t expect them to go it alone. A Place at the Table includes a short chapter for each of those forty days with Scripture, reflections, prayers, encouragement, and tips for engaging the whole family in the process.

To enter to win a copy, just click on the graphic below and type in your name and email address. 10 winners will be chosen and posted on Monday. This giveaway ends Thursday, February 23, at 11:59 pm, CST.

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  1. says

    I love your website, and thank you for all the great information you share. I have watched all the videos about Room At the Table and plan to incorporate the ideas into my life. I am seeking to do random acts of kindness, too.

  2. Marie says

    I typed in my name and email and hit send and then something for survey monkey came up. do I have to do something else because I clicked out of survey monkey before realizing I may have needed to do something else.

  3. says

    My faith already does a fast for the poor 1 time a month. Families are encouraged to do it, then they give the money they would have spent on food. It really works for an easy “welfare” system. And our family has seen the blessings of giving and sacrificing only that little bit.

  4. Susan says

    I definitely appreciate his endeavor (and yours). For me it was eye opening to live for a few years on almost no money, and at times, food stamps. I think it expanded my children’s and my own understanding in ways that my telling them never could.