Giving Tuesday Giveaway

You Americans.

One minute, you’re tearing yourselves apart over politics. The next, you’re joining hands in a national day of thanksgiving.

You’re an enigma wrapped in a rootin-tootin’ riddle. When you shine, the world is dazzled.

And one area where Americans truly shine is in their generosity. No other nation gives more.

Today in America, it is “Giving Tuesday.”

I don’t have any experience with this tradition, and my American readers may want to correct me if I’ve got it wrong, but it doesn’t seem complicated. On the first Tuesday in December, you give.

You give time, resources, yourself and the world becomes a little kinder and more generous.

Brilliant.

I want in.

So for one day only (Tuesday 1 December 2020) I’m giving my books away. You can get any book below in 3 ebook formats for any price you want, which means you can get them for FREE.

Click on a book for more…

 

If you haven’t got these awesome books, get them quick. And if you have got them, tell your friends.

But be quick. Giving Tuesday lasts for one day only.

Grace and peace,
Paul

26 Comments on Giving Tuesday Giveaway

  1. Thank you so much, Paul. Yep, we Americans are a crazy bunch.

    • You’re welcome, Ed.

    • Thank you Paul, you’re such a blessing to us having your books that is filled with abundant grace that set us free. Now I can easily share the gospel, my life filled with God’s presence, love and power that brings new life, the life of Christ. Shalom

  2. Why is this not available in my location if this is downloadable version of books? Thanks !!

    Paing Za Thawng (Robin) Lead Pastor @Bawathit Church

  3. Many thanks for copies of the Gospel in Twenty Questions and the Gospel in Ten Words. Your generosity, on Giving Tuesday, is greatly appreciated.

  4. Ibimilua Ayodeji // December 1, 2020 at 7:54 pm // Reply

    Thanks Paul. You’re a blessing.

  5. Many thanks, Paul.

  6. Peter vanzyl // December 2, 2020 at 12:57 am // Reply

    Is this only for Americans Paul? I live in Africa – can I get a free book too?

  7. mghodgesathome // December 2, 2020 at 1:00 am // Reply

    My download isn’t working on any of the book links!

  8. LoL. Yeah, it would be great if we would just all get along! Thanks for sharing, Paul!

  9. Giving Tue is a fairly new phenomenon, 2012–I just looked that up, that came on the heels of cyber Monday. We also have small business Saturday. Wed is still up for grabs, although if you back up to the Wed before Thanksgiving usually is the busiest travel day of the year. So from Wed to Tue around Thanksgiving is pretty much covered.
    Thanks for the book and for the doses of sanity!

    • You’re welcome, Geraldine.

      • Helen Kearney // December 2, 2020 at 3:10 pm //

        To elaborate on what Geraldine said, we seem to like theme days in the US! So starting with Thanksgiving on Thursday then there’s Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, (Sunday is thankfully untouched), Cyber Monday and Giving Tuesday. Also technically it’s not necessarily the first Tuesday in December, just the first Tuesday after Thanksgiving 🙂 No official term for Wednesday but yes it’s the busiest travel day of the year. And haha you’re doing it wrong you’re supposed to ask for money on Giving Tuesday 😉 Thanks for going against the grain!!

      • My pleasure, Helen. 🙂

  10. Really nice, thank you

  11. Marie Brightwell // December 2, 2020 at 10:18 am // Reply

    Thanks for your generosity Paul. Looking forward to reading Letters from Jesus. I’ve read some of your other books and appreciate it that you’re a ‘thinker’ and not just an articulate writer. Iron sharpens iron and it’s much needed in the church today.

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