Though I have felt comfort from the hymns many times through the decades of my life, I once experienced that comfort to an unusual degree after receiving difficult news—the kind of news that shakes your world and leaves you uncertain about the future.
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Shot in the shadow of the Provo City Center Temple, this new music video from Yahosh and YoYo Bonner, which is a cover of a gospel favorite, will have you singing along and hitting replay, even if the song is new to you. It's called Seattle originally by the gospel duo Mary Mary and delivers a beautiful message.
How do we come to Jesus? We are constantly taught that praying and searching the scriptures are vital in establishing a connection to the Lord, however, in the immediate aftermath of devastating news or a traumatic event, we are in spiritual shock. So, what can we do then?
Thousands of people gathered in the Conference Center in Salt Lake City for a full-scale production of world-class music, dance and storytelling involving more than 600 volunteers.
No. 1 watched program on PBS during holidays brings poignant, cross-cultural, Latino-themed celebration to millions of viewers in December.
This Sunday night, tune into BYUtv for another fantastic installment in their Christmas Under the Stars series, this time featuring Grammy-nominated artist Five for Fighting. You probably know Five for Fighting best from their hit songs, "Superman (It's Not Easy)" and "100 Years". In this festive and intimate live concert, frontman John Ondrasik shares some of those hits as well as adding his personal flavor to some holiday favorites.
The choir will sing songs from Handel’s Messiah with a gospel/jazz twist and will be joined by an exciting line up of special guests. This includes David Osmond, Jon Schmidt of the Piano Guys, David Blakely--gospel pianist and producer, the Bonner family, the LDS Institute Gospel Choir, and more!