Easter Special: Our Lowest Price ever on our Print Edition!

April 22, 2011

 

Our work here at The Englewood Review has always been focused, on promoting reading, and conversations about what is being read, as practices that are beneficial to local church communities. ERB Issue No. 2 - Cover

So, as we get ready to celebrate the most important holiday of the church year, we would like to encourage you to take this Easter Season as an opportunity to share the ERB with your own church.

Specifically, we are offering our lowest price ever on our print edition ($13.95 for 1 year or $25 for two years – Save over 50% off newsstand price!), and inviting you to purchase a subscription for your church library, pastor(s), elder(s), teacher(s) and/or whomever you think should be reading the ERB.

AND, every subscription purchased will get a free copy of our second issue, featuring interviews with L.L. Barkat, Scot McKnight, and reviews including Read Mercer Schuchardt’s review of Marshall McLuhan by Douglas Coupland and an essay on congregational conversation by Mike Bowling. (The subscription will start with issue #3, which will be out in June…)

Also, if you have not yet subscribed yourself, this is an excellent opportunity for you to do so!

**** If you live outside North America, you can share our print edition with your church for FREE.

Invite them to sign up to receive our print edition via email (PDF):

http://global.englewoodreview.org/

HAPPY EASTER! Christ is Risen!

Click here to purchase subscriptions for your church….

This offer will end on Thursday April 28…


INHABIT  CONFERENCE - Seattle April 29-30

IF YOU ARE THINKING OF ATTENDING INHABIT and have NOT registered, please do so immediately!

(Rumor has it that there are less than 50 spaces left!!!)

The ERB is proud to be one of the sponsoring partners of the Inhabit conference in Seattle, April 29-30.

We look forward to being there and engaging in the conversation, and passing out copies of our print issue #2!

If you are in the greater Seattle area, you should make every possible effort to participate in this unique event, and if you are within a reasonable traveling distance, it is well worth your considering a trip to Seattle!

More info is available on the conference website: InhabitConference.com