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Do you love free books? 

Every once in awhile I share the pile of books that I’m reading. Not all of those books fit on my shelf (that’s a good thing and a bad thing – grins), and I’ve been saving a box of them to give away to one of you all! 

Many of the books are in brand new condition, but a few others may have some underlining or an earmarked corner or two. A chunk of them are from my 2016 reading list, but others are ones that have been pulled off the shelf to make room for another book or two currently on my list. 

Here’s a list of what’s in the box – 17 books total (and a study guide for one). Hopefully one or more of these are on your list and you’d love to have them in your home – or to share with friends. 

To enter the giveaway, use the widget below to enter. Giveaway ends Tuesday, February 28th at 11:59pm and is open to those with a US mailing address only. 

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  1. There are several book titles that look interesting. I think mama needs a do-over intrigues me the most

  2. Christine Smith says

    I would love to read “Finding Truth” by Nancy Pearcey! I saw her speak last week and she was amazing!

  3. Marcia Greenfield-Cabaday says

    Oh, I would love to read Modern Parent, Vintage Values.

    Thanks for the chance.

  4. Helen Gullett says

    Oh WOW! Great books. I saw severals are my favorite :) I’d love to read the Unglued together with the study book too.

  5. Karen Robuck says

    I need Mama Needs a Do Over and Unglued.

  6. Great stack of books!!!!!

    The book I most to read this year is what I’m reading (well re-reading) now. The Excellent Wife by Martha Peace. :)

  7. Cimarron McClure-Ainsworth says

    I’ve been wanting to read Unglued. And anything by David Platt is great!!

  8. Sarah Shore Leonard says

    I love to read!! The book I most want to read at the moment is The Broken Way by Ann Voskamp.

  9. Caroline Shuping says

    I am currently reading the Ministry of Motherhood by Clarkson.

  10. Ben and Jodi says

    I see a few authors that I love =D

  11. Jessica Robbins says

    I am wanting to reread some of the classics this year especially Jane Austen and the Bronte sisters.

  12. My goal for 2017 is to focus on the classics – favorites to reread and those I missed, like Oliver Twist

  13. The current book I want to read the most is “Saving Leonardo” by Nancy Pearcey.

  14. Angel Murphy says

    Thanks for the opportunity!!

  15. Jessie Young says

    I am looking forward to reading the Broken way by ann Voskamp.

  16. I have a few Sally Clarkson books sitting on my shelf ( for too long) waiting to be read!

  17. Heather Kelly says

    Mama Needs a Do Over and Modern Parent, Vintage Values would be awesome!

  18. Probably a book by Terri Blackstock since a friend recommended the author.

  19. Not in the box but I am looking forward to reading Fervent by Pricilla Schirer.

  20. Uninvited by Lisa T., The Strong Willed Child by James Dobson, Shepherding your child’s heart by Tripp, Teaching from Rest (I think is name.)=. So many I want to read.

  21. I would like any of these great books!

  22. I’m really hoping to find a good novel to read. I haven’t sat a read a book just for fun in a while ;)

  23. Charlotte M. says

    Sounds fantastic! I’m always looking for good books to read. I recently read the Magnolia story by Chip and Joanna Gaines, it’s such a sweet story!

  24. Julie Zubris says

    Choosing Gratitude

  25. So many I want read…Hillbilly Elegy is at the top of my list currently.

  26. I am reading “teaching from Rest.” I hope I can win these books!

  27. Several of those are on my “want to read” list.

  28. Mama needs a do-over!!! For sure! Loving my actual life

  29. This year I want to read all the books on prayer I can get my hands on. Really need to deepen my prayer life.

  30. I really want to read a book that I believe you read or recommended in the past called Raising Grateful Children in an Entitled World. It’s on the top of my pile!

  31. I would like to read The Living Page this year.

  32. Melissa Thorwall says

    I would love to read Audacious by Beth Moore. :)

  33. Kathleen Corbin says

    The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up. It’s been recommended to me by 3 different women for how much it helped them declutter.

  34. graciegirl samjo says

    I’d be interested in reading “Mama needs a do-over”!!!

  35. Tara Radford Tyler says

    Would love to read some of those books!

  36. Different by sally and nathan Clarkson

  37. I am slowly making my way through A Practical View of Christianity, by William Wilberforce.

  38. There are so many great books I want to read. I’ve just started From Chaos to Calm that a wonderful grandmotherly woman gave to me.

  39. I was given The Broken Way for Christmas and have only just begun it. Looking forward to the entire book!

  40. Christy LaVigne says

    a book I have on my list for 2017 is “one thousand gifts” just started it and it is already leaving an impression

  41. Peter & Lora Ellis says

    Mama needs a do-over looks interesting

  42. Rylie Hansen says

    I would love to read self help books and classics this year. Thanks for the opportunity.

  43. Heather Culp says

    I see several books in that stack that I’d love to read. Counter Culture and UnglueD area a couple that are on my list.

  44. My short list is Untangled and the Me, Me, Me Epidemic, but the reading list is long.

  45. Stephanie Radtke says

    I’d really like to read Triggers! There are several books in your stack I’ve been wanting to read though! :)

  46. always excited about a box of books…..nothing better! :)

  47. Currently, I’m really looking forward to ‘A Trail of Crumbs’ by Susie Finkbeiner! :)

  48. Dana Johnson says

    The most interesting to me is Modern Parents, Vintage Values. Though there are several close seconds.

  49. I’ve been really wanting to read simple tuesday, but honestly there are a lot great titles in there.

  50. Counterculture from your list looks interesting. I have Hoodwinked waiting to be read as well. Just trying to do more reading this year. What a fun give-away. :)

  51. I want to delve deeper into Colossians

  52. I don’t have a list of books I want to read. I usually grab books that look like they might be good while I’m chasing my kids around the library.

  53. Mindy Johnston says

    This year I want to read Bringing Up Boys by James Dobson. All of these books look good! Thanks for offering the giveaway!

  54. Jennie Lyn Nielsen says

    Looking forward to finally reading the little house series with my girl.

  55. Lupita-Frank Wagner says

    This is such a great giveaway!!

  56. Lana Henley Wooldridge says

    How generous of you! Several of these have been on my wishlish for a while–specifically Counterculture and the Dannah Gresh books.

  57. shelleywood7 says

    I really want to read ‘Nothing to Prove’ by Jennie Allen!

  58. How fun! I would love to read Unglued by Lysa Turkhurst.

  59. I’d love to read “Mama needs a do-over”. Thanks for the giveaway!

  60. Dalilla Green says

    Great group of books. Modern Parent, Vintage Values is what we strive for in our crazy life. The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo, will go from my homee to my daughter’s home and on and on…

  61. Emily Quesenberry says

    In hoping to read The Core in the near future. :)

  62. Laurie Sutton Moudy says

    A Homemade Life: Stories and Recipes from My Kitchen Table & A Broken Kind of Beautiful: A Novel

  63. I want to read present over perfect. Many of these books are on my reading list. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  64. Best Yes is GREAT!

  65. I’ve been wanting to read Six ways to keep the little in your girl!

  66. I read a lot – couldn’t possibly pick just one book I want to read this year. The next book on my reading list is One Million Arrows. (Raising your children to change the world) by Julie Ferwerda
    There are several in your box I have already read, but many that I would like to read or re-read.

  67. The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo this one sounds great thanks..

  68. I want to read The Best Yes. it’s on my list!

  69. debbie jean mcmullen says

    I am definitely waiting on Beverly Lewis’s newest Amish fiction book that’s coming out in March! So excited!!

  70. God is Able by Priscilla Shirer

  71. Hmmm… I don’t have anything particular on my list, however my mentor and I are going to try to tackle Revelations (as much as we’re able to understand at least) over the next few months! :-O

  72. Great selection of books! I plan to read all things related to homeschooling as next year is our first official year!

  73. I’m really excited to read Different by Sally and Nathan Clarkson.

  74. Deborah Freeman says

    Wow! This is an amazing giveaway, thank you for the chance. On the top of my wish list right now is “Different” by the Clarkson’s.

  75. I have a lot on my plate (as usual) but am looking forward to reading Too Busy Not To Pray by Bill Hybels. Our adult sunday class did a study on it and loved it, but I missed it due to teaching the little ones.

  76. I’m looking forward to reading Karen Kingsbury’s new book.

  77. I am currently reading teaching from rest.. after that I am going to move on to Different by Sally Clarkson. Think of the money you would save on shipping if I won ;-)

  78. I would really like to read ‘Loving My Actual Life’. It seems as though social media has created this idea that our “actual lives” aren’t good enough. I’m guilty of being sucked into the comparison game. But thankfully, by God’s grace, I choose not to stay in those places. However, the struggle to see the joy in the everyday mundane is challenging for mamas. I’ve heard great things about this book. I’m excited to see what insights I may glean from Alexandra’s wisdom.

  79. I am reading “Different” by Sally Clarkson right now and that was one of the books I was most looking forward to reading this year!

  80. Wendy Weatherbee says

    Loving My Actual Life!

  81. Becky Grimm Winters says

    teaching from rest is the one i’m most excited about. i have it all ready to begin once i finish the one i’m reading now. :)

  82. colleen_evelyn says

    I think Different is at the top of my list. Does anyone else wait with bated breath for Robin Jones Gunn’s next book?

  83. Tammy Darling says

    I’d like to read Counter Culture.

  84. You Can Farm by Joel Salatin!

  85. What a great pile of books. I have several on my list that you have! If I had to choose one it would be Loving My Actual Life by Alexandra Kuykendall.

  86. I’d LOVE to read Triggers this year! :)

  87. I have been wanting to read Hoodwinked and Unglued! I’m trying to read You and Me Forever by Francis Chan… great book!

  88. There are actually two books in your box that I’ve been REALLY wanting to read this year Unglued by Lysa Tyrkeurst (with the study guide) and The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo. I would also LOVE to read Caught Up in a Story and Read For the Heart written by Sally Clarkson.

  89. I’ve wanted to read Hoodwinked for a while now!

  90. Rachel Janssen says

    I would like to read Modern Parent, Vintage Values

  91. Tricia Porfidio Cucchiaro says

    Thank You for offering this contest! I hope I win!!!!

  92. Dana Ponder says

    Would really like to Modern Parent, Vintage Values!

  93. Unglued is actually one book I knew I wanted to read!

  94. I would like to read Mama Needs a Do Over.

  95. Love, love, love books. Especially FREE ones!!

  96. Sarah Jane McKelvy says

    “Mama Needs a Do Over” is one that I needed to read yesterday. (Thank God, today was better.)

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