Birthday Bash: 2pm-Joyous Home

Theresa Powers from Joyous Home will be sharing on the Art of Eloquence Facebook fan page this Birthday Bash half hour.  Here is what she is offering as a prize for this half hour’s contest: Their hol­i­day craft­ing and bak­ing issue! In this issue you’ll find home­made every­thing; Christ­mas Cards, Rib­bon Angels, Wrap Skirts, Ice Can­dles, Old Fash­ioned Candy, Hol­i­day Aprons, a Christ­mas Tea with lovely recipes, Pretty pies and a lovely, lovely arti­cle by my friend Tami Kruse on Springerle molds. She has the option of using these to make adorable crayons, we love it! 18pgs.   Value:  $7.00  (Print Issue) To win this prize, you will need to post a comment to this blog post answering this question:  Name two of your favorite Art of Eloquence studies listed on our Adult's page! We’ll be picking a winner from among the correct answers and contacting you via email so make sure you leave your email address on your comment post. Don’t forget to subscribe to our newsletter for another chance to win a Birthday Bash prize from Art of Eloquence!  And you might want to subscribe to the blog RSS feed so you don’t miss a contest today! (DISCLAIMER: Communication FUNdamentals, our blog, normally only posts three times a week (MWF) but today we are having a new post/contest each half hour of the Birthday Bash.) Congratulations to our Winner: Katherine Petty!


  • Orilla Crider

    Say What You Mean: Avoiding, Reducing and Resolving Conflicts and Say What You Mean Every Day

  • Terri G

    21 Days to More Godly Communication & Say What You Mean: the Language of Leadership

  • Shauna Moffett

    All of your studies are great, but “Say What You Mean Everyday” and “Avoiding, Refusing and Resolving Conflicts” are 2 of my favorite studies. Thank you for simplifying possible difficult situations and turning it around to Godly communication. You’re awesome Jojo!!

  • Rebecca K

    Social anxiety and debating the issues!

  • Bonita Ledzius

    21 Days to More Godly Communication
    Say What You Mean: Avoiding, Reducing and Resolving Conflicts

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