Thursday, May 21, 2009

I Would Die for You by Brent & Deanna Higgins ~Give away

Read to the end of this post there is a basket give away included in this post.

About the Book:

(Tulsa, OK) - "It's an honor just to be nominated": familiar words for Emmy and Grammy nominees. Still, Brent and Deanna Higgins never believed the phrase would pertain to their family. Outreach magazine has recently honored the Higgins' book, I Would Die for You, with a nomination as Outreach Resource of the Year.

That nomination, however, came with a great cost. I Would Die for You chronicles the life and death of their young son, BJ Higgins; along with his faith; his passion for missions and his love for God. Compelling excerpts from personal notes, blog entries school assignments and journals reveal his clear calling and enthusiasm for sharing the gospel of Christ. BJ's challenging words and example combine to inspire readers of all ages.

After returning from his second short-term international mission trip at the age of 15, BJ became seriously ill. Six days before his sixteenth birthday, he died. His story lives on throughout the pages of his parents' book.

In spite of the inevitable grief , Brent and Deanna share their son's message of selfless sacrifice through both I Would Die for You and Awe Star Ministries, the nonprofit ministry that coordinated his mission trips. Their prayer? That countless others will embrace BJ's vision and give their all for the cause of Christ.

About the Authors:

As an ordained minister and youth pastor, Brent Higgins continues the faith journey his son, BJ, began a few years ago. He currently serves as Vice President of International Operations for Awe Star Ministries, a Christian nonprofit organization committed to equipping believers for life, speaking to more than 25,000 people each year.

As an accomplished musician and elementary school music teacher, Deanna Higgins opens the next chapter of BJ's missionary work by serving alongside her husband to lead mission trips for Awe Star Ministries. Brent and Deanna now reside in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

What Teenagers are Saying:

BJ was just a year younger than me, and in his short life he had such a full life and could die with no regrets. He had a sense of urgency in telling the story of the gospel and its transforming power to others. He didn't worry about what they thought or if he would be rejected.

--T. Buse

For an interview about the Authors click here.
parenting tips and bonus content that the Higgins have provided us concerning facing life after the death of a child (click here).

Now for the I Would Die for You Basket Give away

Basket contains:
* I Would Die for You book - autographed
* Rite of Passage Parenting book - autographed (Rite of Passage Parenting by Walker Moore, Thomas Nelson, 2007)
* Global Passage Creed sticker
* Not Home...Gone Global for Jesus sticker
* Awe Star blue ink pen
* Red Awe Star luggage tag
* Green Global Passage bandana
* 2 Awe Star drink containers
* Blue size L Awe Star 2009 trip T-shirt
* Orange size L God's Global Roadie T-shirt

Each blog tour host can send in one name of a person who left a comment on their site. These names will be placed in a drawing for the large gift basket. You may enter by leaving me a comment telling me if you were to go on a Missions Trip where would you go? and why? Or leave me your favorite mission scripture verse.
Be sure to leave a way for us to contact you if you are the winner. Deadline for comments will be June 4th.

This blog tour is through:



Anonymous said...

Isaiah 48:15
I, even I, have spoken; yes, I have called him. I will bring him, and he will succeed in his mission.

13rubberducks [at] gmail [dot] com

"Miss" Anita said...

If I were to go on a Missions Trip, I'd return to St. Petersburg, Russia and visit orphanages. The reason why? I went with Buckner on a short term Shoes for Orphan Souls trip in 2004, and I met some awesome orphans! I'd love to re-kindle those friendships and find out if there's a way to stay in contact with them.

roseinthemorning [at] gmail [dot] com

Anonymous said...

I would love to be able to go somewhere in southern africa, it's under a lot of turmoil today!

Please contact me on my "about" page