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Receive the Proverbs & Wisdom Award

It’s the time again, when the nomination for the annual Proverbs & Wisdom Award is opened!


The Proverbs & Wisdom Award is presented annually to one website, or blog, which encourages, empowers, or enlightens Christians and unbelievers alike.

Recipients are presented with:

  1. A one-page interview with IN THE LIGHT magazine
  2. A paper (yes, mailed to you) certificate and letter
  3. An award button to display on their website/blog/etc.
  4. A special unannounced present (changes every year).

So how can you be nominated?

  • Nominate one blog in the comment section below.
  • You have one vote. Only your 1st blog vote counts.
  • Please include the blog’s URL.
  • Briefly say why you believe the blog is ought to win the award. No explanation, no award.

The blog must be nominated more than once.

So bloggers, ask your readers to nominate you!


Nominations will be taken until May 24th 11:59 pm EST.

The recipient will be announced in June.


Congratulations to Brenda Hendricks, the Proverbs & Wisdom recipient for 2013!

Comment — well, nominate — away below!

8 Responses

  1. Rachel Kauffman
    i think she should win because, she’s wise, she takes everything she says on a personal level,she gives examples of her own life and she makes you think. she encourages you to be a better i love seeing her artwork.

    i always look forward to reading her next post!

  2. I would like to nominate
    This blog is not only encouraging, but motivating. The blogger challenges us to grow in our faith as she ponders the meaning of scripture, but with momentum that encourages readers to continue the race that is set before us. However, she does so in a way that lets her readers know that she has no misconceptions about needing encouragement as she struggles daily with the race as well.

  3. Deborah H. Bateman

    I would like to nominate my blog I have been writing on this blog for almost 3 years and I share a Daily Devotional that both Christians and non-Christians could benefit from. I try to keep it simple and easy to understand so new believers or non-Christians have a chance to learn about God and develop a close, personal relationship with Him.

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