Book Giveaway – Reading For the Common Good [3 copies]

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We’re giving away THREE copies of Chris’s newest book…

( CLICK IMAGE for more info about this book… )

Reading for the Common Good:
How Books Help Our Churches
and Neighborhoods Flourish

Paperback: IVP Books, 2016



Enter Now to win a copy of this book!

(It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3!) :

1) Receive our free weekly Slow Church email
(PLUS, receive a FREE ebook for signing up!)


2) Post the following message on your blog, Facebook Page, or on Twitter:

I just entered to win READING FOR THE COMMON GOOD by @ChrisSmithIndy … from @SlowChurches! You can too:


3) Leave a comment below noting which option you chose for #1 **AND** a link to your post for #2 before 11:55PM PT on Sunday May 21, 2017.
(Leaving a comment is essential as we will draw the giveaway winners from among the comments left.)


We will draw the winners at random after the book giveaway ends, and will notify them promptly.

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Growing deeper ebook

In an age characterized by fragmentation and alienation, what role can churches play in bringing people back together again?

In this ebook, Chris offers 50 ways we can become more deeply connected in our congregations and in our neighborhoods.

"Fantastic practical ideas that most local churches can do to help connection and fellowship." -- Scot McKnight

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7 Responses

  1. Gavin Dluehosh
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    Subscribed and tweeted here:

  2. Jono Ingram
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    Subscribed to Slow Church, Tweeted here:

    And FB post here:

  3. Ronnie Spoon
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    I just entered to win READING FOR THE COMMON GOOD by @ChrisSmithIndy … from @SlowChurches! You can too:

  4. Scott
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    Subscribed and tweeted here.

  5. Tyler Cohen
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    Subscribed to slow Church under and posted on FB here:

  6. Chris Smith
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    Congrats to the winners of this giveaway:
    – Gavin Dluehosh,
    – Scott Crowder, and
    – José Manuel Capella-Pratts

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