25% Off of A Gift of Prayers ends July 9th
Twenty-five years ago, Karen and I published our first edition of A Gift of Prayers. Since that time, it has sold well over 250,000 copies, and has been published in six different editions (including one in Italian). To celebrate its Silver Anniversary, we reduced the price by 25% in March, but the sale ends July 9th.
The world is in more need of prayers now than at any time since the last World War. Many people of different faiths and no faith at all are becoming open to ideas and possibilities that they never imagined before. People everywhere are beginning to realize the importance of unity, of community, and yes, of faith and prayer.
Last week I said that I would keep my No Room for Prejudice yard signs at their old price until the new ones came in. Well, they shipped out over a week ago, and finally made it to Cincinnati yesterday, but they aren’t scheduled to be delivered here in Heltonville until next Monday, so you MAY have until then to get the old $14.95 price instead of the new $19.95 price on them. Or they could show up this afternoon, since Cincinnati is only 50 miles away. Who knows with DHL.
The new “In Our Home We…” signs are still in production, and will stay on sale until THEY arrive.
I reprinted this because almost seventy people wrote me directly to say that they would use it if it were available again. So far, only a dozen have. No worries. They will be here when you need them. But don’t forget about them. This issue is not going away any time soon.
As most of you regular customers know, whenever you order I try to throw in something extra for free. Lately, I’ve been adding a $2 No Room window decal. I won’t guarantee I’ll remember to add it to every single package, but if you do place an order, look for it. I would be delighted if you found a place to put it – on your car or on your front door window. It is my way of trying to spread a positive message. Since it sticks using static electricity instead of glue, you don’t have to worry about it leaving a mess on your window. If you decided to give one to each of your neighbors, I wouldn’t mind that either.
Just so you don’t worry about us, we understand that we are not an “essential service” but we do feel that the world desperately needs our materials right now.
We work from home and have gone over two weeks without outside contact except for dropping orders off at the Post Office. We are taking every precaution possible to stay safe and to keep your packages clean and safe.
If anything changes, we will let you know.