July 9, 2015

Time For a Giveaway!

Time for a giveaway!  It's been awhile.

And, as per usual, it's a book.  :)  Surprised?  No, didn't think so.
I was heading out for a day at the water park with Fraser and Emma, and,
since I had no intention of getting wet, a book was chosen from our shelves.
Not sure why I had never picked this one up before, but, I hadn't.

It is a gem!  A treasure.

Elisabeth Elliot has long been a favourite of mine.
Years ago, I had the opportunity to hear her speak at a ladies meeting.
I remember her as being a gracious and soft-spoken woman of God.
She could be heard on radio and through taped series of talks.  Always a blessing.

For many years, she wrote a newsletter.  My Mum-in-Love had it sent to my mailbox.
I collected them up and squirrelled them away.  In the end, there were dozens in my file.
It seems that Elisabeth Elliot has always been known for her words of wisdom
and no-nonsense approach to life.



In honour of her memory, I'd like to share Keep a Quiet Heart with one of you.
All you have to do to enter this giveaway is leave a comment and tell me
anything you'd like to about Elisabeth Elliot. 
If you didn't know her before now, you could just tell me that.

This book is a collection of some of the best excerpts from her 
wonderful newsletter.  They are short (usually two pages or less) nuggets of gold.
So much truth, encouragement, exhortation, and wisdom is packed into such small packages!
In a recent post, I shared a quote from my copy of her book.

The book you will receive will have a different cover.
Since my copy was published, a fresh look has been applied.
However, the contents are the same.

I plan to pull a name from the hat on Monday, July 13th at Noon, PST.
You have until then to add your name to the list.
Anyone may enter...from anywhere.  :)

Happy Weekend, Y'all!
With Love, Camille

**Update ~ This giveaway is closed.

17 comments:

Julia said...

I've not heard of Elizabeth Elliot, will do a bit of google to educate myself. Blessings to you, love Julia xo

Angela B. said...

I remember reading the book Through Gates of Splendor many years ago. A tragic but inspiring story and one I will now read again. Thank you for offering such a great giveaway. Fingers crossed to win as the 13th is my birthday. :) Be Blessed!

Angela

Reena said...

Have heard good reviews, but never read any of her things. Looking forward to it now. :) have a blessed day.

Stephanie said...

Oh Camille, you are so sweet to have such a lovely giveaway! Elisabeth Elliot was quite the woman of God and when I was a teenager I would soak in her beautiful books. She became a favorite author and example of mine at a young age :)

This book is one I have not read and would love to be entered into the giveaway. Thank you so much! May you have a blessed day. Hugs!

Esther said...

I love Elisabeth Elliott! I haven't read that one though. Looks like a great read, just in time for summer!! :-)

Anonymous said...

Camille:
Elizabeth Elliot has been an inspiration to me for many, many years. I was blessed to have the opportunity to hear her speak in Toronto a number of years ago and what a treat that was! Her inner beauty and love for the Lord radiated from her and made such an impression on me. I was a single woman at the time and always longed to hear direction on how to live the life of a happy, content and joyous Believer regardless of marital status. Elizabeth taught me much through her blog and her books. Thank you for entering my name in your draw!
~Joanne N.~

Maryann said...

Elizabeth Elliot is one of my favorites, in fact I am reading "Be Still My Soul" right now. I would love to be entered in your giveaway.

Stacie, A Firefighter's Wife said...

I haven't read that one either. Thanks for your sweet comments and I have read the David Tripp book. It was amazing!

Pam said...

How fun, Camile. Elizabeth Elliot has always been an inspiration to me; Her story is so tragic and yet so amazing and uplifting. I have read "Through Gates of Splendor" and "The Shaping of a Christian Family", I haven't seen the one you are reading, until now. It sounds like it is a good one. Have a lovely weekend.

Nikki said...

Dear Camille,
Just yesterday I asked my husband if he had ever met her. I met her once as a young teen when she visited our church. I have never read any of her books but I am on a reading spree right now and would sure love to add another to my summer reading list.

Becky L. said...

I have known of Elisabeth Elliott for many years. Amazing but sad story. God works in mysterious ways. Thanks for the giveaway. Have a blessed weekend.

Anonymous said...

Rebecca: I would love to win the book! My mom says it's a good one! Love, Rebecca

Jill said...

This is the first I've heard of her, but would love the opportunity to win and read her wisdom and insights.
Hope you are enjoying your summer :-) Have a great weekend!

Blessings
,Jill

Sandy said...

Dear Camille,
Thanks for sharing Elizabeth Elliot on your blog. I don't know much about her, but her book sure seems like a gem to read. It will be great to add to my book/read collection.
Thank you!
Hugs,
Sandy

Natalie said...

You are so sweet to to share! I haven't heard of Elizabeth Elliott but she sound like she has much to share😀.
God Bless You

Anonymous said...


Have not heard of this author, but by the other comments she truly
had the gift sharing truths from the Lord, will educated myself more
about her... What a wonderful Giveaway... would love reading this
book...
Many Blessings to all...
Trish...

Camille said...

Julia ~ She has an incredible life story...well worth looking up! Hugs to you. :)

Angela B. ~ It's lovely to *meet* you! And...happy birthday!! Your name was pulled from the bowl this afternoon. Please email me to let me know where to mail your book to. :)

Reena ~ Welcome! It's lovely to *meet* you. Elisabeth Elliot's books are wonderful treasures. I do hope you get a chance to read some of them. :)

Stephanie ~ She was a godly example to me as well. What a blessing to have her influence in our lives! Hugs to you. :)

Esther ~ It is a wonderful and encouraging book...it can even be used devotionally. Hugs! :)

Joanne N. ~ Welcome! It's lovely to *meet* you. I agree with you...Elisabeth carried herself with such loveliness in the midst of all her suffering. I have so appreciated her godly wisdom over the years. :)

Maryann ~ Oohh...another book we have on our shelves (I think) that I must pick up next. Thank you for the encouragement to do so! Hugs. :)

Stacie ~ I am so glad you were encouraged my friend. Yes, "Age of Opportunity" is a wonderful book full of godly wisdom! Hugs to you! :)

Pam ~ It is such a good read...I am sure you and your girls would be blessed. Maybe for Christmas gifts? That is something I may just do for a few special people. :)

Nikki ~ How fun that you heard her speak as well! Wasn't she just lovely? I am sure you would be blessed by her books. This is a wonderful one full of godly wisdom and encouragement. Hugs to you. :)

Becky ~ Yes, tragic, but, so encouraging how she could proclaim the Truths of God's Word and live on in the midst of such incredible sorrow. What a testimony to God's goodness! :)

Rebecca ~ I am so glad you put your name on my list!! It made me smile. Hugs to you! :)

Jill ~ She was such a wonderful example of godliness to each of us as women. What a blessing to have her insights to benefit from! Hugs. :)

Sandy ~ You could always borrow my copy if you like. Just mention it if you are interested the next time we see you. Hugs! :)

Natalie ~ Yes...SO much to share!! Her story is incredible. It would be worth it to look her up. Her husband was Jim Elliot who was one of five missionaries killed by the Auca Indians in the 1950's. Hugs to you! :)

Trish ~ Lovely to *meet* you...welcome! Yes, Elisabeth Elliot has certainly been a wonderful blessing to my heart over the years. Perhaps you could get your hands on a book or two of her's. Hugs to you! :)

Many Blessings,
Camille