Enter to win a copy of Doug Pagitt’s CHURCH IN THE INVENTIVE AGE!

We’re giving away 5 copies of

Doug Pagitt - Church in an Inventive AgeChurch in the Inventive Age.
by Doug Pagitt.

Paperback: Sparkhouse, 2010.

This is the first book
in the “Inventive Age” series.
Read our review of the two most recent books


Enter to win a Free copy of this book
(It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3!) :

NOTE: You may enter to win once per day as long as the contest is running…
(Additional entries only need to complete steps #2 and #3.)

1) Receive our free weekly online edition via email -or-
LIKE our Facebook page (LGT: More info…
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2) Post the following message on your blog, Facebook Page, or on Twitter:
I just entered to win the book Church in the Inventive Age by Doug Pagitt from @ERBks ! You can too: http://su.pr/6n15It

3) [ *** IMPORTANT *** If you do not complete this step, your entry will not count ] Leave a comment below noting which option you chose
for #1 **and** a link to your post for #2 before 12AM ET on Friday November 18, 2011.


We will draw the winners at random after the contest ends, and will notify them within a week.

C. Christopher Smith is the founding editor of The Englewood Review of Books. He is also author of a number of books, including most recently How the Body of Christ Talks: Recovering the Practice of Conversation in the Church (Brazos Press, 2019). Connect with him online at: C-Christopher-Smith.com

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  2. I’m already signed up for the e-mail and “LIKE” the FB group for #1, and just tweeted #2 (am unsure how to link to the post).

  3. I liked the facebook page, and posted the twitter feed here: https://twitter.com/#!/livewiremsm/status/135220648145461248

  4. thanks for doing this. If there are any other ways to partner I’d be glad to chat about it.

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  6. #1 and #2

  7. I signed up for the email and posted a tweet:

  8. I posted on Facebook and signed up for the email and liked it on fb!! Thank you!!! Bless you!!

  9. I have liked you on facebook and posted on twitter: http://twitter.com/petiesteve/status/136200089860456448

  10. the 2

  11. Hoping I’m doing this right…
    Obviously I’m hoping to win Church in the Inventive Age by Doug Pagitt
    I just entered to win the book Church in the Inventive Age by Doug Pagitt from @ERBks ! You can too: http://su.pr/6n15It

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  13. Signed up for the weekly edition, “Liked” the Facebook page, and posted on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DadWood

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