Blogiversary – If God Were Real

For me, this is actually the most exciting day of the entire giveaway.

On Thursday, I’ll be giving away something around ten books, which is pretty exciting, but today I’m dedicating the whole day to one book: If God Were Real: A Journey into a Faith That Matters.

If God Were Real was written by John Avant and is published by Howard Books. I reviewed this book a while back. You can read that review here.

Let me ask you this though:

If God were to appear in your room and tell you that the end of the world was the day after tomorrow, what would you do?

Seriously, if it was all over for everyone in less than two days, how would you live your last few hours?

I’d be praying that God gave me exactly the right words to say to all the people I know to convince them to turn to Christ. I doubt I’d sleep. If I knew as an absolute certainty that time was truly that short, I would live my life very differently to how I live it now.

Now then, the question is, do you believe that God is real and that he really is who the bible says he is?


Does your life really reflect that?


If you’ve been reborn and are a child of God then your father is the Lord of lords and King of kings, all powerful, creator God. ย When was the last time you lived like you were a child of the almighty?

If God Were Real explores the idea that God is real, is who he says he is and has done what he claims to have done – and looks at how that should affect the way we live our lives today.

In my opinion, this is one of the most important books I have ever read!

The drawing for this book will be at around 9PM Pacific Time tonight.

Leave a comment on this post today to enter the giveaway and you’ll be entered into all the remaining drawings, including today’s.

You can also get THREE bonus entries by telling your friends about the giveaway. Simply put a link to this post either in:

  • Your Facebook or myspace status
  • A link on Facebook
  • or a Myspace Bulletin

Then come back here and leave a comment here to let me know you’ve done it.