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FACE OF TAMAR'S POUCH PHOTO CONTEST

FACE OF TAMAR'S POUCH PHOTO CONTEST


I believe every woman is gorgeous and worth a second look. If you believe that about yourself, then Join in the #Tamarspouch Contest. 

Tamar's pouch is a women focused ministry committed to helping women through peculiar challenges. 
'Tamar' was the name of three women in the bible(Tamar- the daughter-in-law of Judah,Tamar-King David's daughter,Tamar-Absalom's daughter ) whose stories connect with the experiences of today's women.
These women were denied their rights,raped, and raised into oblivion respectively
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GO HERE TO SUBMIT PHOTOS AND ENTER CONTEST 

'Tamar' is the Hebrew word for PALM TREE and a POUCH is were valuables are kept. Hence, At Tamar's pouch, women are raised to live out the fullness of God's design for their lives; understanding that like the palm tree, no part(looks,dreams,aspirations,dispositions,experiences etc) of the woman is a waste.


GO HERE TO SUBMIT PHOTOS AND ENTER CONTEST 

 

Tamar's pouch runs a RAPE RECOVERY AND EMOTION HEALING SCHOOL for women. Enrollment is free. Go here to enroll 

 

Our vision
To heal the broken hearted, birth purpose from their pain and empower them to live fulfilling lives

Our mission
To raise a generation of hurt free women, who are equipped to live fulfilled lives through course study, group interaction, conferences, counseling and mentoring.

Tamar's pouch is committed to helping women birth purpose, nurse vision and fulfill destiny; irrespective of pain, horrible experiences or mistakes.

 

ELIGIBILITY

To Qualify for the contest, simply join Tamar's Pouch Facebook group here.
 

VOTES

Get your fans, friends and family to like your photo via this link (The link is shareable)
They can only vote once 
They can comment as many times as they wish
LIKES WOULD BE CONSIDERED AS VOTES


SELECTION CRITERIA


IST PRIZE $ 2ND PRIZE WINNERS would be selected based on highest number of votes
3RD $ 4TH PRIZE WINNERS would be selected based on a raffle draw among photos with at least 10 likes.
N:B where there is a draw among photos with highest number of  likes, Our Team of Judges would have to decide.

HINT: When you refer someone to the contest via this link you get a referral point (added advantage)

PRIZES

1ST PRIZE
N7000
VIP Ticket to Tamar's Pouch 2015 conference
2 day mentorship session with Anne Atulaegwu
A copy of the book TAMAR 

2ND PRIZE
N4000
Regular ticket to Tamar's Pouch 2015 conference
2 day mentorship session with Anne Atulaegwu 
A copy of the book TAMAR 

3RD PRIZE
N2500
Regular ticket to Tamar's Pouch 2015 conference
A copy of the book TAMAR 

4TH PRIZE
N1500
Regular ticket to Tamar's Pouch 2015 conference

CONTEST RUNS FROM JANUARY 19-31 in Honor of my Birthday (JANUARY 23)

GO HERE TO SUBMIT PHOTOS AND ENTER CONTEST





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