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Do you know a teen who could grow up to be the next great artist on K-LOVE? This is your chance for you to send a teen to learn from the best at Camp Electric, a worship and Rock & Roll music camp where you get to jam with Jamie Grace, Mikeschair, Rush of Fools, and other artists you hear on K-LOVE! See the video of Graham Stookey, a Camp Electric attendee, living his dream on Oprah and his YouTube video that helped him break through.
In the form at the right, tell us how passionate a teen is about music and God. Teens, you can nominate yourselves too!
During the week of January 30th, listen to K-LOVE and if your story is read on the air, that teen will win a CD prize pack and qualify for the grand prize!
Each weekday during the week of January 30th, Scott and Kelli will be announcing a grand prize winner that will go to Camp Electric!
The grand prize winner will receive:
K-LOVE Radio is listener-supported. Thanks to our promotional partners, we never use the financial support of our listeners to pay for any prizes given away on K-LOVE! This time, we are grateful to our sponsor Camp Electric!
Official Contest Rules
Jasmin from Aurora, IL
I love playing music. I play 7 different instruments, but guitar and bass are my passion. I know God's given me musical gifts, and wants me to have some sort of career in music. Being K-LOVE's NGA would be another step on the path I believe God's placed me on. I've been playing on my church's worship team for 6+ years (before that I kept begging the leaders to let me play) and I love it more and more each time. I don't love it cause people are watching me, but because I'm part of a group of people preparing other's hearts for what God has to say. My parents won't pay for me to go to college for music, so this would be a way for me to show them that this is something God wants me to do.
Olivia from Oakdale, CA
My brother is a man after God's own heart. When he first got into playing the guitar, he wasn't serving the Lord and used music as a way to fill his heart and time. Then God changed his life and he went from boy to man. A change that I thought I might never see. Since giving his life to Christ he has used his skills in music to worship and bring praise to God. He knows that God is calling him into the ministry of worship and hopes one day to become a worship leader. It is so beautiful to hear him practice in his room, because I know that when Daniel goes to play in his room, he really goes to worship his King with not just his voice and hands, but also with his heart.
Tommy from Macon, GA
Halfway through the song, Sunday morning, I knew that Thomas would have a “gig” anytime he wanted. He was playing great for a drummer born without fingers. I recall the doctor in the delivery room, 17 years ago, showing me Thomas’s left hand without fully developed fingers. His right hand was similar. We eventually got him to a hand surgeon who gave us hope. My wife asked the surgeon, tears in her eyes, what are we going to do with Thomas and the surgeon said take him home treat him normal and love him. Thirty five hand surgeries later Thomas is normal, well loved, his junior class president and a youth drummer at our church. He knows who he is and whose he is. Thomas’s favorite verse is Psalm 144:1 Blessed be the Lord my Rock who trains my hands for war, and my fingers for battle.
Kristin from Canby, OR
Josh is an amazing person. In the midst of his teenage friends struggling with morality issues Josh is steadfast, encouraging them to take their problems to God in prayer. Josh is a stutterer, so he is not bold and confident in large groups, however when Josh is playing his guitar or piano and singing he does it with passion and boldness. He is self taught on the piano and has written two songs, working on his third. Besides Josh’s music ability he is an incredible young man. His father was recently deployed to the Middle East and Josh has been wonderful support to me. He encourages me daily with his tenderness and sense of humor. His love for the Lord shines through in all that he does. Josh would be blown away if he was able to attend Camp Electric. Thank you for your consideration and God Bless.
Leigha Briscoe from Washington, OK
When my brother, Andrew, came home with a pair of drum sticks I thought, of all things, it had to be the loudest instrument! But when he started playing I realized he found his God given gift. Andrew is a quiet witness to his peers, yet he stands firm in his faith. He knows he wants to play drums for the Lord and I want him to know that he doesn't have to be behind a pulpit to minister to others. This year, my senior year, we shared some great memories together in marching band. He practices everyday and inspires me as a musician! Andrew has dreamed of going to this camp, but as I prepare to go to college, my parents cannot afford to send him. I want him to have this experience so badly because I know that God has great plans for Andrew and his drumsticks!
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