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Enter our Worth Saving photo competition

Have an eye for a good photograph? Or simply love the beauty you find in God’s creation? Well, now’s your opportunity to share a stunning snapshot with the world!

Summer’s here! So, what are you doing sitting indoors reading this? With sunshine comes a reason to be outside and enjoy nature! But now we have you…

Over the past six months, we’ve been celebrating God’s creation and trying to preserve it through Worth Saving. Now we’re asking you to capture an element of nature that you love and send it to us as part of our Worth Saving photo competition.
The prize? The winning photograph will be the feature image for the December Worth Saving email – by the end of 2016, hundreds of BMS supporters could be using your photo as their computer background!

All you need to do is to take a great photo of something you love in nature – something you want to celebrate, share, or protect – and send it to worthsaving@bmsworldmission.org

Submissions close on 30 September 2016, so grab your camera and get snapping!

Not signed up to Worth Saving? Join for free today!

This article first appeared on the website of BMS World Mission and is used with permission.  


BMS World Mission, 07/07/2016
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