Tim Livingston is pleased to announce an Essay/Testimonial Contest in conjunction with his latest radio single, “More Than Enough,” which debuted in the Singing News July chart at #39. The Grand Prize winner will be treated to a live concert by Tim Livingston in their town. Runners-up will receive a digital download of his latest album, “I Just Miss You,” which includes “More Than Enough.” Twenty Five (25) runner-up prizes will be given away.
“More Than Enough,” tells the testimony of a woman in the Bible from 2 Kings, chapter 4. The miracle of the borrowed vessels that were filled with oil as the Prophet Elisha had promised that God would provide. That miracle moment allowed this widow of a preacher to keep her home and bless her sons.
The chorus says, “God is more than enough, greater than I deserve, there is no
way to measure His worth.” Tim states, “I’m sure this message has a personal
connection with Christians that know the only way they have made it through
some specific trials was because of that same GOD that isn’t just
enough-but More Than Enough! I’d love to hear the testimonies!”
Here is how the “More Than Enough” essay/testimony contest works:
In 250 words or less, submit a personal testimony of how God came through
for you-right on time. It could be a healing, salvation, financial, family
or whatever you wish to share. Entries/testimonies should be emailed to:
email@example.com. The first 25 entries received will receive a
complete 12 song copy of Tim’s latest project, “I Just Miss You,” digital
download. The Grand Prize winner will be treated to a Tim Livingston
concert in their hometown*. Tim will travel to your town and give a free
concert at your church or auditorium. The grand prize winner will be
selected by a panel of judges from all entries received.
Essays must be received by Thursday July 16th, 2015 to be eligible for the
contest. The grand prize winner will be announced on Friday, July 31, 2015.
This contest is open to everyone! No purchase necessary, *certain travel
limitations may apply, concert must happen in the United States.