When our minds are expanded by an understanding of the great plan of happiness and God’s designs for our growth, we are better able to endure our trials. Catherine Thomas states it beautifully, “It is how we interpret what is happening to us that either liberates us or imprisons us."
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If there’s any justice, Truman Brothers will join the ranks of Lindsey Stirling, The Piano Guys, Alex Boye, James The Mormon and other Latter-day Saint artists who achieve mainstream success without compromising their values. Fans of Michael Buble, John Legend, and other smooth-singers will want to give them a listen.
The world famous Salt Lake Tabernacle Organ has a landmark birthday this year, and the Church History Museum is celebrating with a new exhibit. It was 150 years ago at the 1867 October general conference that the as-yet-unfinished organ made its public debut.
My children are such an integral part of my world, our lives so intertwined, that it is no exaggeration to say they take a piece of me with them when they leave. As I often do, I've expressed these feelings in song.
Mother’s small upright Wurlitzer piano was the heart and soul of our little Oregon farm home as we children grew up. We had no TV available until my last year in high school so everything seemed to center around that piano.
The Mormon Tabernacle Choir will host the world premier of “A Cloud of Witnesses,” an original composition by the choir’s Music Director Mack Wilberg during Easter concerts on Good Friday, April 14, and Saturday, April 15, at 7:30 p.m.