UPDATE: This contest is now closed. Congratulations to this week's winner, N. Carmichael! If that is you, please see our reply to your comment below to find instructions for claiming your prize. Thank you to everyone who entered, and keep reading the Homecoming Insider newsletter for more fun giveaways!Welcome to this week's Homecoming Insider giveaway! Enter now for your chance to win the CD Songs in the Key of Happy from Goodman Revival!
To enter, simply comment below and let us know why you'd like to win this prize package. Only one comment per person, please! The deadline for entering is this Sunday, February 19, and our winner will be randomly chosen and posted to this page no later than Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2017.
IMPORTANT: If you are the winner, we will notify you ONLY by posting your name on this page and announcing it in the next Homecoming Insider newsletter. It is your responsibility to check back here on or after Tuesday, Feb. 21, to see if you are the winner and get instructions for claiming your prize. If the winner has not claimed his or her prize within two weeks, it will be forfeited and may be featured in a future giveaway.
Here is a little more information about this week's prize package:
Tanya Goodman Sykes, Michael Sykes and Johnny Minick have joined together to capture the musical styles and heritage that have endeared them to countless people around the world. Known for their legacy as part of the legendary Happy Goodman Family, in addition to their own national awards and familiarity among the Gaither Homecoming family of artists, these three individuals have put their signature twist on some of gospel music's timeless hits and Goodman classics with their recording debut, Songs in the Key of Happy.
What A Happy Time
Eyes of Jesus
Until You've Known the Love
I'll Be Alright
The Sweetest Song I Know
This Is Just What Heaven Means to Me
Settle the Score
Search Me, Lord
Sometimes It Takes a Mountain
Who Am I
I Don't Want to Get Adjusted
I Hold a Clear Title to a Mansion
I Don't Regret a Mile
Look for Me
I Wouldn't Take Nothing for My Journey