Judson's Legacy

And the Recipients are…


Thank you to everyone who posted a comment on my 500th blog.  I am always grateful whenever I discover a new comment for something I have written and it was especially fun to put so many names in a bowl for the drawing.

Drake had the privilege of drawing the names of the two recipents.  So if your name wasn’t selected, you can blame him.  🙂


And the recipients are…





Anna Hamp and Kristy McGuire

I appreciate the support of everyone who entered our drawing and am particularly grateful for your interest in getting a copy of Eyes that See.  Thank you for being readers of my blog!

5 Responses to "And the Recipients are…"

  1. Anna Hamp says:

    How exciting! I checked your blog this morning just to see who won… and I did. 🙂 Thank you so much! I will try to make it to Starbucks this afternoon even if it’s just for a couple of minutes as I have to be at work by 5:30.
    May God bless you today!

  2. Yea to the winners!!!!!!!

  3. Samanta says:

    Congrats to Anna and Kristy!!! Nice pictures of the raffle!!!!
    Have a great signing day at Starbucks!!!!! I’d really like to go but… I am too far… 😉

  4. Michal Ann says:

    I received my book in the mail yesterday. Two thirds through reading it….Sad/wonderful that it’s the third book written this year by bereaved parents whom I’ve come to know. (Angie Smith’s story of Audrey Caroline "I Will Carry You: The Sacred Dance of Grief and Joy" and the story of my Seattle area family of Gloria Strauss. "Gloria’s Miracle: a young girl, a deadly disease and an enduring lesson about the power of faith" by Jerry Brewer.)

    When Gloria was first near death at age 7 her father knelt by her and asked about words that God spoke faintly into his broken heart "quality of life." He asked "Glow" if she had had "quality of life." "Yes, Daddy," Gloria replied in a sweet soft tone. "Look at how many people are praying to God because of me. Even Grandpa prays..yes, I’ve had quality of life." Just before a stem cell transplant that led to her final four years of life, her mom asked if she was afraid. Gloria’s reply "I’m afraid I might die, not because I’m afraid of dying but people are praying for me…If I die, I’m afraid that people might lose their faith."

    As you have testified through Jud’s story, many have greatly increased in faith and love of the Lord and man because of the precious eyewitness accounts of God’s faithfulness in the valley of the shadow of death.

    Thank you for your book, Christina and Drew. I look forward to finishing it…and then starting again. Jud is and always will be the most incredibly beautiful boy. Thank you for sharing your intimate journey with us.

  5. kristy says:

    Sorry for the slow response. My 3 copies of EYES THAT SEE are so very precious to me; thank you for the 3rd one!! I have been praying over the 2 that I am going to give as gifts…

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