Monday, June 17, 2013

Adventures in Odyssey Imagination Station *Giveaway



Theme: Imagine creative and fun ways to serve using your unique gifts! 

Unleashing Imagination
Children are spending more and more time in front of TVs, iPads, computers, and video games. That doesn’t leave much room for kids to dream up their own visual images—like the ones that fill their minds when they hear a great story! Rather than passively receiving images, kids actively engage in making images themselves when they hear a good story. Their imaginations are enriched and stimulated, and the material becomes more personal and memorable. 

Adventures in Odyssey is all about great stories—and the power of the imagination. The beloved audio dramas are heard on over 700 radio stations, and AIO has recently expanded to books and devotionals—including The Imagination Station series, a fast-growing line of early chapter readers.
 You can check them out by downloading a FREE e-book of Imagination Station #1: Voyage with the Vikings!

This summer, Adventures in Odyssey encourages kids to write their OWN stories, as they join in ACTS: A Call to Serve! AIO is helping children use their imaginations to serve their family, community, and world this summer—maybe by sending a care package to a missionary or baking cookies for the local fire department. Check out www.whitsend.org/acts  for details and a chance to win fabulous prizes, including a mission trip with a parent to Costa Rica!


More important than prizes are the stories your child will tell about the creative ways they served others, and how they grew as a result. And what they come up with really might change the world! 


A Creative Story of Service
Fourteen-year-old Matthew, a dedicated Adventures in Odyssey fan and natural tech whiz, was inspired by a trip to the Apple store to create a smartphone app for his church. Since then, he has created 21 apps for different ministries, including his local pregnancy resource center, Joni and Friends (an international ministry for people with disabilities), and even an “Adventures in Odyssey Fan News” app! Matthew used his God-given talents and imagination to bless others through technology. Which of your kid’s unique gifts are waiting to be unleashed for God’s use?










 Check out these great freebies from Adventures in Odyssey!

  An ACTS “Summer of Service” kit, available for download here: http://www.tyndale.com/blog/index.php/acts-summer-of-service-kit/

FREE e-book of Imagination Station #1, Voyage with the Vikings, downloadable from this private link: http://www.tyndale.com/blog/index.php/voyage-with-the-vikings/




Enter to win Imagination Station Books 1-3 to read together this summer!



Climb aboard, kids! Travel back in time and sail with the Vikings, meet a Roman Emperor, come face-to-face with China’s Kublai Khan, and experience a host of other historical adventures in the Imagination Station series for young readers. This set includes the first three books in the series: Voyage with the Vikings, Attack at the Arena, and Peril in the Palace.


Use the Giveaway Tools Form to enter to win!
US only
Ends July 1st





7 comments:

  1. We help others by buying items with our groceries and donating to pantries. Also, we are all going through our closets to give to our local thrift store.
    Sherry Compton
    savewish@yahoo.com

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  2. We serve by attending church and helping others as needed, my son and daughter in law have a mssionary friend who they support and we contribute to that at times These books are for their daughters who when they finish reading they share with other members of their church or their cousins,

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  3. Lots of time in the pool and lots of bbqs

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  4. We are doing vbs. Decoration time now! We also are giving food and clothes to our local mission and probably school supplies too.

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  5. We are working in the nursery at church.

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  6. Our congregation is small & mostly made up of elderly couples. We will continue to make grocery runs, check in on them, visit & help around their houses & lawns as needed.

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  7. I do volunteer work at the local animal shelter ever Sunday.

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