One Body—Many Gifts Top 25 Contestants Announced
We first want to thank the more than 100 artistic people who submitted entries to theOne Body—Many Gifts contest. There are so many awesome expressions of writing, art and video. And today we are excited to announce the 25 entries that received the most “votes.” They are:
Congratulations to these 25 artists who are in the running to receive:
If you haven’t voted for your favorites yet, it’s not too late. On October 27 we will announce the top 10 entries. You’ll have two weeks after that to vote again, then the top three winning entries will be revealed on November 10.
Remember to get your friends, family and churches to pray on November 11, theINTERNATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER FOR THE PERSECUTED CHURCH.
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