Feed a friend this Christmas

 
Helen Thorne | December 11th 2013

The sense of panic is starting to rise in many a quarter this week. Just two weeks to go and countless Christmas presents are yet to be bought.

When all else fails, my default is chocolate. There are few who dislike the opportunity to indulge in a spot of quality, melt-in-the mouth delight. But there are more wholesome ways to feed our friends this Christmas (and no, I'm not suggesting wrapping up an avocado instead).

Whether you're buying for an adult, a teenager or a child - a gift subscription to one of our daily reading products could be just what you're looking for this festive season. It's a gift that keeps on giving all year round as each day your friend or family member is provided with great gospel-sustenance direct from God's word.

A year's subscription to Explore (adults) - just £14.95

A year's subscription to Engage (14-18 year olds) - just £15.95

A year's subscription to Discover (11-14 year olds) - just £13.95

A year's subscription to XTB (7-10 year olds) - just £15.95

A year's subscription to Table Talk (families with children aged 4 and over) - £12

And you can buy the Explore Prayer Diary for just £2.99 when you purchase any gift subscription.

Simply give us your friend's contact details when you purchase the subscription online and we will make sure their daily Bible reading notes arrive promptly at the start of each quarter of 2014. And there's a voucher that you can download and tuck into the Christmas card you're sending to show people what you've done. So go on, feed a friend this Christmas - with the food that matters most ...

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Helen Thorne

Helen Thorne is Director of Training and Mentoring at London City Mission and an experienced counselor. She is a trustee of Biblical Counselling UK and has written Purity is Possible, Walking with Domestic Abuse Suffers and 5 Things to Pray for Your City. She attends Dundonald Church in Raynes Park, London.