Easter Round-Up and Giveaway!

Posted 23 March, 2014 by Paige in Giveaways / 7 Comments

Hello everyone, today I’m going to be listing two books and two Bibles that I think would make awesome reads for young teens. Over the next few weeks, all of these will be reviewed here on Electively Paige and would all make really great Easter gifts for someone you love(or for yourself!) To make this even more amazing, I’m partnering with Zondervan/Zonderkidz publisher to host a really awesome giveaway! So read on to hear about the books and to enter to win!

All In: Student Edition by Mark Batterson & Parker Batterson
The Gospel costs nothing—it’s a free gift compliments of God’s grace. But while it doesn’t cost anything, it demands everything—including that we go ‘all in, ‘ a term that means placing all that you own into the game of life. And that’s where many of us get stuck. What if we miss out on what this life has to offer? The truth is, the only thing you’ll miss out on is everything God has to offer. Inside these pages, Mark Batterson shares vivid stories of people going all in for a greater purpose, ranging from the against-all-odds defense of Little Round Top in the Civil War to the lives of biblical characters like Shamgar and Moses and Elijah and Caleb and … Judas. The message of All In Student Edition is simple: if Jesus is not Lord of all then Jesus is not Lord at all. It’s all or nothing. It’s now or never. Jesus gave all of Himself for you on Calvary’s cross. He wants all of you in return. In essence, your life is not your own—but it can be more amazing than you ever dared imagine if you decide to go all in.

Gods At War: Student Edition by Kyle Idleman
In this student edition of gods at war, Kyle Idleman, bestselling author of not a fan, helps us recognize there are false gods at war within each of us, and they battle for the place of glory and control in our lives. What keeps us from truly following Jesus Christ is that our hearts are pursuing something or someone else like money or popularity. While these pursuits may not be the ‘graven images’ of old, they are in fact modern day idols. Behind the sin you’re struggling with, the fear you’re dealing with, the lack of purpose you’re living with is a false god that is winning the war for your heart.



Young Women of Faith Bible
The study Bible that’s just for girls! This Bible is filled with engaging features that will help you learn more about yourself and your relationship with God. Designed to encourage you to develop a habit of studying God’s Word, you’ll discover how relevant the Bible can be to your everyday life. Weekly studies and many of the side notes are also linked to the women’s study Bible, the NIV Women of Faith Study Bible, allowing you and your mom to share God’s Word together. Features include: Weekly Bible studies apply biblical truths to life Side notes address difficult passages and offer historical and cultural insights Journal captures other girls’ experiences or struggles along with space for you to record your own ‘I Believe’ statements of faith and foundational beliefs ‘Memory Challenges’ are verses worth remembering ‘If I Were There . . .’ include Bible stories that place you in the Bible character’s situation


NIV Bible For Teens
Measuring less than an inch thick, this Bible is easy to take with you any place you go… school, church, wherever! 
Features: 
Presentation page for gift-giving 
Words of Christ in red 
Eight pages of full-color maps 
Extra-thin edition—less than one inch thick 
Easy to read 8.5 font size 
Ribbon marker




I have read both All In and Gods At War and find them both to be very thought-provoking reads. I think the Young Women of Faith Bible would be great for preteens and young teens, and the way it’s put together makes the Bible so much fun! The NIV Bible for Teens is also a great bible for teens, both boys and girls, and it’s tiny size makes it easy to carry around,  but you can still read the words on the page which is great because that’s my biggest pet peeve with most pocket Bibles– not being able to read the print! I’m 17, there’s something wrong if I can’t read something because it’s too small! 

Giveaway Time!
Okay, at the beginning of this post I mentioned a giveaway, and I’m not one to go back on my word! I’ve partnered with Zonderkidz to host this AMAZING giveaway. One(lucky!) winner will win both nonfiction books(All In and Gods At War Student Editions) and your choice between the two Bibles(NIV Bible For Teens or Young Women of Faith Bible). These would make amazing gifts or great reads for yourself if you’re a preteen or teen! 
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7 Responses to “Easter Round-Up and Giveaway!”

  1. Painting Easter Eggs with the kiddos, egg hunts, Church, a huge family meal that includes tons of egg salad and deviled eggs. Thanks for the chance at a great prize

    • You are so welcome! I love all those things as well, except for the egg salad and deviled eggs, I’m just not a big egg fan when they’re done like that for some reason. I do love getting together with family for a holiday meal, though, and taking some to some elderly neighbors of mine almost always makes my day. Hope you and your family have a wonderful Easter!

    • Sounds like fun! We used to have Easter dinners like that, but now we do it on a smaller scale since we moved from my hometown, more along the lines of about twenty to twenty-five. 🙂

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