Kick off Your Holiday Season with Adore from Chris Tomlin!

adore by chris tomlin

I am beyond thrilled to be able to offer my readers a chance to win this newly released CD from Chris Tomlin to kick off their holiday season this year! Adore – Christmas Songs of Worship will not only remind you of the reason for the season, but no matter how Scroogeish you might be feeling, the Christmas spirit will take hold of you and have you dancing around the house stringing up lights in no time! (Okay, maybe that was just me.)

Adore – Christmas Songs of Worship

This new Christmas album released on October 23, 2015 and features some beautiful classic Christmas favorites along with a mix of original Christmas songs.  There are also special guest performances from Lauren Daigle, All Sons & Daughters, Crowder, and more on this album. Check out the songs.

Songs:
  1. He Shall Reign Forevermore
  2. Adore
  3. Midnight Clear (Love Song)
  4. Noel featuring Lauren Daigle
  5. Hymn of Joy
  6. Silent Night featuring Kristyn Getty
  7. What Child Is This? featuring Sons & Daughters
  8. It’s Christmas
  9. A King Like This
  10. Bethlehem
  11. A Christmas Alleluia featuring Lauren Daigle & Leslie Jordan of All Sons & Daughters

You didn’t think I would leave you without a taste of what you’ll receive now, did you? Take a listen and be prepared to be mesmerized!

chris tomlinAbout Chris Tomlin

Chris Tomlin is an American contemporary Christian music artist, worship leader, and songwriter who has sold nearly 30 million records.  Some of his most well-known songs are “How Great Is Our God”, “Jesus Messiah”, “Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone)”, “Our God”, and “Whom Shall I Fear”.  His 2013 album Burning Lights debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, only the fourth Christian album ever to open at No.1.  Throughout his career, Chris has been nominated for 32 Dove Awards (6 of them collaborative efforts) and he has won 19 of them.

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18 Comments

  1. My favorite Christmas song would be Silent Night because my mom loved that song & she would sing it often just around the house! 🙂 It makes me think of her when I hear that song.

    • I'm the same way Sally only it's my Nana … I don't remember my mom singing Christmas carols much … but let Elvis or Buddy Holly come on the radio and mom turned into a dancing fool lol! Another favorite that I remember from that first Christmas Eve candlelit service with my Nana was "O' Little Town of Bethlehem" and "Away in a Manger." I actually cry every time I hear any of those three. What a sap, huh?

  2. My all time favorite Christmas song has always been Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer. I identified with this song as a child since I was always bullied. This is why I still love this song until today!

  3. My favorite song has always been Jingle Bells. It’s upbeat and catchy, and it’s fun to sing the alternate versions that have popped up over the years.

  4. My favorite song is Santa Claus is coming to town. I remember singing this song when I was little. We would all stand around singing with my grandparents. Great memory’s

  5. My favorite Christmas carol is Silent Night. It was one of the first I remember singing as a child and is so peaceful and carries the truth of Christmas.

    • Silent Night is one of the few Christmas hymns that I know all three verses by heart. Ask my kids – it is what I sang to all of them as babies and toddlers to help them sleep at night! That was their lullaby song lol! I love it too, it was one of my beloved Nana’s favorite Christmas hymns. ♥

  6. My favorite Christmas song is Silent Night because the words are the true meaning of Christmas.

  7. One of my favorite Christmas songs is White Christmas. When I was a child, my Granny used to play it on her organ and sing it. She passed away when I was 10. It reminds me of her 🙂

    • Aren’t those memories of our Grannies and Nanas bittersweet during the holidays, Heather? I have epilepsy so my long-term and short-term memory is meh at best … but when the holidays roll around, I can remember almost every single detail of Christmas morning and Christmas Day at Nana’s house!

    • LOL Kim … that seems to be a favorite of a few of us. I know my kids think I'm absolutely nuts because it can be the middle of August, 100 degrees outside, and I'm piddling around the house cleaning or folding laundry and I'll start singing that out of the clear blue. I think whenever my subconcious starts to think about my nana I sing it. I have a favorite memory tied to that song … my very first Christmas Eve candlelit service was with my Nana … and that was the only song that I knew all the words to … we stood side by side and sang our hearts out. We probably sounded like croaking frogs but to us we were making beautiful music!

  8. I love the song Mary did you know, it just brings my heart to Thank her so much for doing what she did, to carry our Lord and Savior..

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