Everywhere I Go: A Song Of Courage

Each year the Young Men and Young Women of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (ages 12-18) receive a scriptural theme which will be a focal point for lessons, activities, youth camps, and firesides. The Theme for 2010 is

Be Strong and of A Good Courage

2010 Youth Theme


“Have not I commanded thee? Be strong and of a good courage; be not afraid, neither be thou dismayed: for the Lord thy God is with thee whithersoever thou goest.” – Joshua 1:9

LDS composer Sally DeFord has written a song in support of the 2010 Youth theme, entitled “Everywhere I Go” [download free sheet music]. The song was recorded by Welsh baritone James Loynes, and is found on his beautiful new CD “How Can I Keep From Singing?” Enjoy!
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Special thanks to ElsieBird68 for creating and sharing this video

3 thoughts on “Everywhere I Go: A Song Of Courage

  1. Thank you, this is so beautiful! I found this site from following the link on yourldsnews… My family and I have only been a member of the LDS church for 1 and 1/2 years, so as you can imagine, I feel like a sponge soaking up all the information I can so I can continue to keep myself and my family true and worthy to recieve all the blessings that have been promised! :)
    My Husband and I were sealed to our 2 children at the Las Vegas Temple just this past August!!! We are so grateful and blessed, for our Missionaries are so much more than Missionaries, they are family!!

    • Dawn, it’s wonderful to have you visit, and to share your story! You are a great example of how we all should be living … like “sponges”, soaking up every bit of good and truth on earth. I wish blessings on your eternal journey as a family. Please visit again soon. – MoSop

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