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March 16th, 2009

Tuesday of the Third Week of Lent

 
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St. Patrick’s Day

For many, a few drinks on Saint Patrick’s Day may be a harmless celebration, but take a moment to read Phil Fox Rose’s new What Works column, “Am I An Alcoholic?” and then check out Mike Hayes’ article “5 Ways to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day Without Getting a Hangover” for some other ways to celebrate.

Fast from excessive drinking and lower the amount of alcohol you consume by 50%. If you don’t drink alcohol, only consume water today.

Pray for people in your life who struggles with addiction, or pray for someone you know whose life has been affected by addiction.

Give any money you save to your FastPrayGive Bowl. (Your FastPrayGive Bowl is a container you’ve set aside to hold the money saved from various fasting challenges, to be used for whatever charity you choose at the end of Lent.)

Slipped up? Don’t give up. Start again and share your
struggles at our “Slip Support Station” on Facebook.
Today’s Prize is: a tin of Busted Halo M&M’s

To see a list of the winners so far, click here.
To win today’s prize: Give us your name and email address along with the email address of one friend you’d like to introduce to BustedHalo.com® using the form below by 3 a.m. EST tonight. (We will, in turn, send them one email asking them to register for our Busted Halo® weekly email updates. We do not SPAM people nor do we share our email lists with any third parties. Read contest rules here.)

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