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With the New Year around the corner, now is a great time to consider the outreach potential of Project Connect topical booklets for your church and community. These expertly written mini-volumes address issues that impact us all: forgiveness, talking with kids, the Bible, regrets, pornography, cancer, domestic violence, and more. Short and to the point, these booklets (typically 20-40 pages in length) offer Christ-centered help in an easy-to-read format.

Here's what one caller to Lutheran Hour Ministries recently said about Pastor Dion Garrett's booklet, Comebacks: How to Get Back Up after Life Knocks You Down. "I just read your booklet Comebacks. It was absolutely awesome, practical, understandable, very inspiring. I'm going to share it with a number of people who have comebacks to make because I want them to be encouraged on how to get back up after life knocks them down."

Getting these booklets into the hands of those who need them is simple: Project Connect has three display options that work great for just about any location. Either of our two standing displays (a new model with wire pockets, $200; our standard model with plastic "sleeves," $250) accommodates 24 different booklets (there are 50-plus titles overall). Both stands are lightweight, easy to set up, and streamlined in size for tighter spaces. Whether it's a waiting room, narthex, counselor's office, church library, or some other place we haven't even thought of, these rotating stands meet people where they are, quietly addressing their concerns.

And now, through March 31, 2016, those ordering Project Connect's new wire stand at $200 will get a PC Junior as a gift (display only). These slick, four-booklet display stands go perfectly on desk tops, tables at a church function (i.e. school fund drive, charity bake sale, LHM Sunday promo table), or anywhere people needing help can find them. One example is the PC Junior a jewelry store owner in Cape Girardeau, Missouri, has on her merchandise counter. "Why?" you might ask. The woman loves our booklets and is anxious to see how God will use them as people come into her store during life-changing events to buy jewelry.

Ordering a Project Connect display stand gets you a host of other goodies too: an initial supply of 230 pre-selected booklets; a quarterly e-newsletter; 45 "Out of Stock" cards; a promotional packet (including a handy 14-page PC manual on how to make this resource work best for you); 20 offering envelopes (for defraying costs on future booklet orders); a "Please Take One" sign; and free PDF downloads of new booklets as they become available.

Another easy way to make Project Connect booklets a vital ministry tool is to pass along the audio files of these texts to those who need them. To do this, simply go to the Project Connect Virtual Library by clicking here. From here you can download the MP3 audio file to your computer's desktop and then drop it into an e-mail. Also, all booklets can be downloaded as free PDF documents, which can then be printed and shared. For those preferring to read booklets in Spanish, many are available in translation.

Since 1996 Project Connect booklets have strengthened the outreach effectiveness of individuals and congregations of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod (LCMS) that use them.

To place an order, just call our Response Center at 1-800-752-9636. We are available Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (CST). For more information about the $200 Project Connect standing display offer mentioned above (including a FREE PC Junior display stand, no booklets), give us a call at 1-800-944-3450, ext. 4210. Be sure to mention the code NLWIRED16 when you do.

To order online go to the Project Connect website and use the code NLWIRED16 to get your display stand. You can do this by clicking here. This offer is valid in U.S. only and expires 03/31/16.

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