Some simple things I learned from my mother.
To celebrate Mother’s Day Eve, I thought I’d share a couple of favorite videos.
“O Tidings of Comfort and Joy,” a medley of the traditional French carol “Sing We Now of Christmas” and the traditional English carol “God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen,” arranged by Betsy Lee Bailey. This one is great fun!
A lovely Thanksgiving hymn: “Give Me a Grateful Heart” by Joseph M. Martin and Susan Bentall Boersma.
Stars… lilies… sparrows… sheep… God is mindful of all of them, knows them by name, cares for each one–from the largest and brightest to the very smallest.
“Come Unto Jesus,” arranged by my dear friend Katherine Wright, is perfect for your ward choir.
This is just one more plea for internet civility. No, internet kindess. No, better yet, internet Christianity.
Jesus took the little children in His arms and blessed them… one by one… individually… giving me the assurance that there’s also a place in His arms for me.
Happy birthday America. Barbecue in the backyard, eat watermelon, watch fireworks, and teach your kids peace.
First and foremost, a ward choir should be about bringing participants closer to Jesus Christ.
I am grateful that my Heavenly Father has provided me the means to contribute in some small way to His great work.