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Happy National Trivia Day! – January 4, 2021

Q. What holiday celebrates little-known factoids?

A. National Trivia Day, January 4.

Our obsession for trivia has been part of popular culture for many decades and it’s easy to understand why. Most of us are naturally competitive and social beings and trivia blends the two perfectly. If you enjoy wowing your friends with interesting stats and frivolous facts, today is your day to shine!

To honor National Trivia Day, here are few questions in the category Christian Music:

(We will post the answers tomorrow, January 5th.)

Question 1. What is the name of Casting Crowns' August 2007 album release?

The Altar And The Door

Every Man


All Because Of Jesus

Question 2. Which 33 Miles album was released on April 10, 2007?

33 Miles

What Could Be Better

Hold On

There Is A God

Question 3. In 2000, 4Him released an album of which type of classic Christian songs?


Praise Choruses


Worship Songs

Question 4. Aaron Shust's lyric "My Savior's always there" ends with what?

For The World

For You

For Us

For Me

Question 5. What band sold over two million copies of their album "The Beautiful Letdown"?
Hint: The album "The Beautiful Letdown" was also popular in Christian and secular markets! 

Casting Crowns



Jars Of Clay

Question 6. Which of these is often used to refer to fans of the band Skillet?





Question 7. Which singer opened Rocketown, a Christian nightclub for teens?

Michael W. Smith

Amy Grant

Steven Curtis Chapman

Kirk Franklin

Question 8. Who won two Dove Awards with their song "Fireproof"?



38th Parallel


Question 9. Who might be described as "the greatest guitar player you've never heard"?

Steve Camp

Steven Curtis Chapman

Larry Norman

Phil Keaggy

Question 10. Which band released the hit single "What If His People Prayed"?

Casting Crowns


Jars Of Clay

Third Day

Bonus Question: Which Christian artist is releasing a song called "We Are Dew" this coming Friday (January 8th)?
Hint: Lives in Temple, Pennsylvania

Note: The song is based on Micah 5:7.  This verse says that we are like dew falling from Heaven.  We water this broken world and give people hope and offer salvation. Each one of us is like a single raindrop, but together we are forming a rainstorm that carries revival! 

Casting Crowns

The Bowery

Yvonne Hartman

Jesus Culture


Have fun answering these questions. Watch our webpage and socials for the answers (Tuesday, January 5th.)