We all know that having more stuff doesn’t make people happy.

I don’t know about you, but there are a few people on my Christmas list who don’t even want more stuff – they have everything they need, and it’s almost impossible to buy anything meaningful for them. Of course, there are also a couple who want lots of stuff that might not be terribly useful. So what’s a frazzled gift giver to do?

Here’s a modest suggestion: buy them a copy of Faith at Work this Christmas. It’s a gift that offers inspiration, encouragement, and particularly during this Year of Faith, a focus on how to practically integrate our faith and work.

Need an incentive? How about the best sale ever! I stumbled across this idea for speaking engagements – offering one copy for $15 and two for $25. The results were incredible – lots of people want to read the book themselves, of course, but a huge number also bought a copy for someone else who needs it. Don’t we all know at least one other person who would benefit? So the same deal is now available on gratefulconvert.com – just in time for Christmas.

If you want to take it a step further, (and I’m amazed at how many people have done this) ten or more copies are available for the rock-bottom price of $10.95 apiece. For you economically-minded types out there, you can probably tell that the goal is volume, not margin. And wait, there’s more: free shipping is back on all orders.

So this Christmas, consider a signed copy of Faith at Work for the faithful (or not-so-faithful) on your list. It doesn’t even matter if they’ve been naughty or nice, this book will help point them in the right direction: towards Christ and His Church.

Have a Merry Christmas!