Give Gather at the Table for the Holidays, SAVE $$$ & Support a Great Cause!Posted December 3rd, 2013 by Thomas Norman DeWolf
Give copies of Gather at the Table to your friends, family, and professional colleagues this Holiday Season and you will SAVE MONEY and HELP A GREAT CAUSE!
Our publisher, Beacon Press, has partnered with the non-profit organization at the foundation of our healing journey, Coming to the Table, to offer this special. Order as many copies of Gather at the Table as you want (as well as copies of Tom’s first book, Inheriting the Trade) directly from Beacon Press (click HERE and enter the promo code CTTT at checkout) and:
There’s no telling what a difference you can make in the lives of others as you share “the healing journey of a daughter of slavery and a son of the slave trade” with others.
We wish you a joyous and blessed holiday season and join you in praying for more Truth, Justice, Mercy, and Peace in 2014!
~ Sharon and Tom
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