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80s ‘MIXED TAPE’ CONTEST: Win an iTunes gift card

In celebration of my latest book Hear No Evil, my publisher Waterbrook Press is giving you the opportunity to win one of TWO $25 iTunes giftcard! If iPods were around in the 1980’s, what Christian music would be on yours? Send us your top ten favorite songs (or top ten worst songs!) of your ideal Christian music playlist. Matthew and his editor will choose two winners at the end of April.

TO ENTER THE WATERBROOK PRESS CONTEST, GO HERE!

But wait… there’s one more way to win!

Between now and Friday, if you Tweet the following message…

Enter @JesusNeedsNewPR‘s #HearNoEvil ‘MIXED TAPE’ contest and win! http://wp.me/pRYZp-qf

…you’ll be entered to win another $25 iTunes gift card! Tweet the message as often as you like between now and Friday at midnight. The winner will be chosen at random and will be announced on Saturday morning. Good luck!

And if you have picked up your copy of Hear No Evil, get your copy today! (<-Not an order, just excitement on my part!)

Thanks for playing!



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Kim

posted April 5, 2010 at 3:35 pm


This is awesome! I just put together a top ten list of some of my favorites that were indeed on a mix tape or two of mine. Disclaimer: I did not grow up in the church. And I did not get saved/become a Christian/start listening to CCM until April 1986. So my choices will be songs that were from 1985ish-1989ish. :o) Enjoy!



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    Kim

    posted April 5, 2010 at 3:37 pm


    I definitely did not put that right-hand parenthesis in there at the end of my comment. I have no idea what happened there.



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johntheChristian

posted April 6, 2010 at 8:26 am


Hehe, I do not listen only to CCM, but if I have to put together a list of top ten classic ccm songs…

1. I have Decided- Amy Grant

2. El Shaddai- Amy Grant

3. Via Delorosa- Sandi Patti

4. Anything by Acappella

5. Lord of the Dance- Steven Curtis Chapman

6. Winds of Heaven, Stuff of Earth (entire Album)- Rich Mullins

7. The Color Song- Petra

8. Morning like this- Sandi Patti

9. Angels- Amy Grant (sorry for the grant theme, listened to a lot growing up)

10. Entertaining Angels- Newsboys

I just noticed how different my CCM tastes are from my secular tastes. Nirvana, Foo Fighters, Pearl Jam, Metallica…..



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