For years it seemed I was drowning in diapers, but somehow—when I wasn’t looking—we slipped into a new stage. The stage where you rarely have to help anyone get dressed, and more often than not, everyone sleeps through the night. I felt as if the winds of change were suddenly blowing around my family, leaving me with a sense of urgency to focus on my children for the short time they would be in my care.
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As many of you know, 'The Spirit of God' was written to be performed at the dedication of the Kirtland Temple in 1836. Now there are 159 temples around the world and 'The Spirit of God' has been sung at most if not all of their dedications. This new arrangement played by Jenny Oaks Baker and Family Four sweetly evokes the warmth and the light of the Holy Spirit. See the music video here.
On New Year’s Day Belinda's family awoke to a life they had never imagined—a devastating loss, a palpable grief. The suddenness of her passing her husband and six children reeling. My husband put my own thoughts into words as he confided in me one evening that he found himself wondering, “What was God thinking?”
Paul Cardall, an accomplished Billboard pianist, producer and artist, is seeking to fight against feelings that freeze us with self-doubt and insecurity and counteracting the dark surge of suicidal thoughts through what he knows best: music.
Each year, the Church encourages LDS musicians to share their musical talent with Latter-day Saints around the world. Recent changes to the Church Music Submission process now make it quick and easy for members to submit original sacred music to the Church. You can create a profile and even share the story behind your composition.
Begin your Easter celebrations by participating in a live stream or satellite broadcast of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square performing Handel’s beloved oratorio, Messiah. Wherever you are in the world, you’re invited to sing Messiah along with the choir and orchestra and world-class soloists.