2015 Blog Contest Rules

Mesu Andrews Uncategorized 12 Comments

Here are my 2015 Blog Contest Rules:

  • No purchase necessary to enter or win
  • Contest is open to US and international participants. International winners may receive a substitute prize of equal or greater value.
  • The contest begins when the blog post goes live and ends at midnight PST on the Wednesday preceding the following Friday blog post. Winners will be announced on the following blog post—i.e. Feb. 13th blog post participation ends midnight Feb. 18th and winner announced Feb. 20th; Mar. 1st newsletter post participation ends midnight Mar. 4th and winner announced Mar. 6th.
  • We’ll notify the winner through email, and he/she has twenty-four hours to reply with his/her mailing address. If we don’t receive their confirmation email with mailing address within twenty-four hours, we’ll choose another winner, and the first winner forfeits the prize.
  • Any conflict will be managed according to Matthew 18:15-17 and handled in a manner that honors Jesus Christ.

Mesu’s “Can’t Wait” Newsletter Contest

contest necklaceThere are two ways you can enter to win the beautiful “Aaronic Blessing” necklace.

  1. If you’re not already signed up to receive my weekly blog posts, just enter your email address in the box at the right under “Get Mesu’s Latest Blog Posts…”
  2. If you already receive my blog posts in your inbox each Friday, just leave a comment below, and you’ll be entered! (If you do both, you get two entries!)

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Comments 12

  1. Hey, Mesu! I’m very much looking forward to reading “The Pharaoh’s Daughter”! Thank you for this opportunity to possibly win the beautiful necklace! 🙂 Blessings to you!

  2. I think it would have been so hard to hear your baby would be killed.. I have wondered how the Pharaoh’s daughter could be so brave as to defy him?
    I would enjoy reading this book..

  3. Pretty Necklace. I am ready to post my review on The Pharaoh’s Daughter as soon as you give the word. Looking forward to Miriam.

    1. I commented before I read the question. 🙂
      I have always been fascinated by this story and wondered what gave Pharoah’s daughter the courage to keep the child. I also believe Moses’ mother must have taught him about El Shaddai because Moses recognized Him when He spoke from the burning bush. Why did Pharoah’s daughter allow that? I love that you mention in the book Jochabed teaching young Moses. I am about half way through the book and will post reviews. Thanks again.

  4. Mesu – I am so excited to read Pharoah’s Daughter! I appreciate so much how you have taken a difficult time in your life and allowed God to turn it into something for His glory. Many people who deal with health issues – Christians included – adopt a victim mentality and a “poor me” mindset and wallow in their illness. You, however, turned to God and His WORD and let Him use you to bring Scripture alive! Thank you!

  5. Excited for the release of The Pharoah’s Daughter! The necklace is beautiful. It is interesting to me that Moses did know about his heritage. I guess his sweet mama instilled that in him as she nursed him. There is nothing like a mother’s love! Thanks for the opportunity to win! Linda

  6. Love all your books and looking to reading the new one and others to come. May God bless you as you study, research and seek His will in your life andin your writings. The necklace is beautiful. Thanks for a chance to win it
    sse6@juno.com

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