“God Shaped Our World” – GIVEAWAY!!!

It’s GIVEAWAY time again!!! To celebrate the roll-out of Shepherd My Child’s third product, the “God Shaped Our World” Scripture and Prayer cards – I’m running a giveaway contest through end of day, February 24th. The winners of the last two giveaways were randomly selected by my 3 year old son, but this time I’ve decided to be a little more “professional” and I’m testing out Rafflecopter. (see below) :)

Here are some pictures of the cards I will be giving away (the set can be personalized, as shown below):


This set helps teach children 19 different shapes. There is a Scripture card for each shape which highlights an item in Scripture that corresponds to the relevant shape. For instance, the “GOD USED CRESCENTS” card states the following: “When I consider your heavens, the work of your fingers, the moon and the stars, which you have set in place, what is man that you are mindful of him, the son of man that you care for him?” – Psalm 8:3-4 – “The moon can take the shape of a crescent.”

Each shape also has a prayer card that helps reinforce the shape and/or explain the memory verse. I’m really excited about this card set. After body part recognition, shape recognition was the second thing my son learned, so I’ve been wanting to complete these cards and offer them as “part 2″ after our “God Made Me” Scripture and Prayer cards which can be found at the Shepherd My Child Etsy store.

I hope all of you like the card set idea as well. If you do, go ahead and enter the contest – the giveaway starts NOW and one lucky winner is going to receive these cards – which would be perfect to include in a little one’s Easter basket!!! Best of luck!!!


a Rafflecopter giveaway

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3 Comments » for “God Shaped Our World” – GIVEAWAY!!!
  1. Elizabeth says:

    So excited to see the new set!

  2. Melissa Brand says:

    Excited to see this new set!

  3. Lauren says:

    Excited about the new set! Thankful for the vision God has given you for these.

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