Churches to Offer Hope to Nearly a Quarter of a Million Women this Mother’s Day

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Churches across the country will reach out to women this year on Mother's Day with a great Christian Book. These gifts are part of The Mother's Day and Father's Day programs offered through Man in the Mirror in Orlando, FL.

W Publishing Group is joining forces with the Man in the Mirror organization to put the dynamic 60-day devotional by Women of Faith, Irrepressible Hope , in the hands of women across the country on Mother’s Day. Man in the Mirror has already received orders for 100,000 of the devotionals and expects that number to double over the next few days. Approximately 7,000 churches are expected to participate on May 8th in an effort to direct women to the source of all hope-Christ.

“Partnerships with organizations like Women of Faith are vital to achieving our mission of reaching millions of men and women with great Christian Books for around $1,” says Tracy Dickerhoff, Director of Discipleship Programs at Man in the Mirror. “We’re pleased to help churches reach out to the women in their communities. And what’s really exciting is that they aren’t just giving women flowers for Mother’s Day, they’re giving them a chance to be blessed with God’s power in their lives.”

This is the third year in a row that Man in the Mirror has partnered with churches across the country to distribute a book to women on Mother’s Day. The program is a response to church demand after the success of previous giveaways on Father’s Day. Man in the Mirror’s vision is to reach men and women with the Gospel, The Women of Faith and W Publishing Group are helping make those dreams come true.

Learn more about how your church can reach out to men and women this year on Mother’s Day and Father’s Day with Books for $1.

More information is available at http://www.maninthemirror.org

Contact:

Corrie Cochran 800-929-2536

http://www.maninthemirror.org

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