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Homecoming Insider Giveaway - The McKameys' "Something Worth Saving"
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UPDATE: This contest is now closed. Congratulations to this week's winner, Cathy McCain Smith! If you are Cathy, please look at our reply to your comment below to see instructions for claiming your prize. Thank you to everyone who entered, and keep reading the Homecoming Insider newsletter for more great giveaways!

Welcome to this week's Homecoming Insider giveaway! Enter now for your chance to win a copy of the CD Something Worth Saving by one of Southern Gospel's favorite groups, the McKameys! To enter, simply comment below and let us know why you'd like to win this CD. The deadline for entering is Sunday, July 31, and our winner will be randomly chosen and posted to this page no later than Tuesday, August 2, 2016.

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, August 2, 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:

For more than 50 years, the McKameys have recorded strong, biblically-backed songs delivered wtih the passion and feeling that can come only from living what they are singing, and their new CD Something Worth Having reminds us of the hope found in God's Word. In the title song, there are reminders that though I feel I'll never be worthy, my God is real and so is His mercy/ He must have seen something worth saving when He saved me.

Something Worth Saving is full of promises from God's Word to uplift and comfort, as found in "Christ Is Able": Come ye sinners, poor and needy / come ye wounded, weak and worn / There's a harbor for the broken / where the hopeless are reborn.

Through these songs and others like "Bring You Glory," "Back to Bethel" and "Come to My Rescue," the McKameys point to the grace found only in following Jesus.