Last year we produced our first “Christmas” CD, called Savior: Celebrating the Mystery of God Become Man. It contains twelve original songs that celebrate the incarnation of our Savior, and I think it’s one of our strongest projects. We wanted to put this album out because every Christmas a worship leader’s dilemma is finding new songs to sing. So we decided to contribute some new ones to the mix.
I’d love for more people to know about this CD. So I’m going to give away a free copy of the Savior CD to the first 100 people who e-mail me and fulfill the following conditions:
1. You write a blog that gets over 1000 hits a month
2. You’ll write a review of the CD by December 1 (a great use of all that free time over the Thanksgiving holidays)
3. You’ll include specific comments on at least three songs.
4. You live in America (if you’re an international friend, see below under “one more thought”)
If you don’t write a blog, you can still play. I’m willing to give out 50 of the CDs to non-bloggers, if you’ll send an e-mail to ten friends giving them a mini-review of the CD.
Please make sure your e-mail includes your full mailing address and your blog URL, if you have one. My assistant, Chelsea, who also happens to be my daughter, will get back to you to let you know if you were one of the first 100. Thanks for helping me get the word out.
One more thought. I’ll send out a Savior CD to the top ten people who give me a really creative reason for why I should send you one. I’ll include international readers on this one. Please limit your reason to 150 words.
Send your e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks!
If you’re interested, here’s a video we put together when Savior first came out, where I explain why we chose to do this project.