By Ron Kopczick | June 8, 2012
Only Prince Edward Island remains. After a recent entry from a Nova Scotia reader, PEI is the lone Canadian province without representation in the history of the Pentecostal Evangel Weekly Drawing. Since its debut in March 2006, the drawing has received submissions from nine of Canada’s 10 provinces.
The Weekly Drawing’s appeal to international visitors on the Evangel website extends beyond the USA’s neighbor to the north, however, as readers from 47 different nations have participated in the contest that has given away hundreds of inspirational books and scores of Pentecostal Evangel subscriptions. There have been winners from five countries outside the U.S. in the drawing’s history.
Within the United States, Missouri has produced 21 drawing winners, followed by Arkansas and Texas with 19 each, while 18 California readers have won. Other states with double-digit winners are: Florida (15), Michigan (15), New Jersey (12), Pennsylvania (12), Minnesota (10), Ohio (10), Oklahoma (10), and Wisconsin (10).
Readers who haven’t done so can still enter the June 14 drawing until 11:59 p.m. (CDT) on Saturday, June 9. A copy of Write the Vision by the late Richard G. Champion, editor of the Pentecostal Evangel from 1984-94, and a six-month Evangel print subscription will be awarded to the contest winner.
The June 21 drawing, which is open to entries beginning at 12 a.m. on Sunday, June 10, will offer a copy of Jesus and You and a six-month Evangel subscription. Each reader is limited to one entry per drawing. Incomplete and multiple entries from an individual or email address will result in disqualification.
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