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eBook: Mother's Day, and the often-missed evangelism and spiritual growth opportunities

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About this eBook

Mother's Day has the third-highest church attendance of the year, right after Easter and Christmas and the reason for that isn't because of the Mothers that are there—

It's because of the unchurched spouses and children who showed up on that day to make Mom happy!

Because of that, Mother's Day is THE most important evangelism and outreach opportunity you have all year. But sadly, few churches take advantage of this reality.

This eBook will not only give you ideas on how to make the most of Mother's Day, but previews the FREE resources you can go to implement it at:

For the video on Mother's Day Strategy, go to this link:

For the Printable shown above that celebrates godly women and says, "Favor is deceitful and beauty is vain, but a woman who fears the Lord is to be praised," plus many others appropriate to celebrate moms, go to the Bibleverse Shop this link:
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