Memorable moments during General Conference not only include testimonies borne over the pulpit but also testimonies borne through song. One special and powerful musical sermon was given during the October 2014 Conference Priesthood Session by a choir of approximately 375 young missionary Elders chosen from the Missionary Training Center in Provo, Utah. This stirring arrangement of the Latter-day Saint hymn “Ye Elders Of …
Today we officially welcomed home my youngest cousin Kate, who has been serving a full-time mission for the past 18 months in the England Leeds Mission! We are so proud of her faithful service. I will miss following her mission blog and hearing her updates and weekly testimonies of faith (but, perhaps she will choose to …
If we are following what God wants us to do with our lives, then everything will work out right. I have seen this first hand in my life many times. Most recently, through my parent’s mission service.
A fun parody of the pop song “All About That Bass” was released a few days ago by two creative Mormon sister missionaries called “All About That Book”. The new song shares a lighthearted message with clever lyrics extolling the virtues of The Book of Mormon, and it’s already making a big splash!
Hey, Y’all! Enjoy this new original music video by a group of talented Mormon missionaries serving in the Tennessee Nashville Mission!
On Sunday Aug. 18th, 2013 we had the privilege of attending the homecoming and mission report of President William and Sister Ranae McKee. 2011-mckees-in-tennesseeThey recently returned from the Tennessee Nashville Mission where they served as leaders from July 2011 – July 2013. This was no ordinary homecoming. It was a miracle.
Two Mormon missionaries recently became ‘recording artists’ to share their love of God and music.
Brace yourselves, world! Mormonism is getting a stunning and irresistible new “face-lift”! There’s a whole new “Mormon Moment” sweeping the globe.
Wow! I didn’t see that coming! Did you? Musings and Memes.
The Wyatt family has united their faith and courage to triumph over muscular dystrophy in unexpected ways.
Last night at the close of a special Christmas Concert performed at Abravanel Hall in Salt Lake City, former American-Idol-singing sensation David Archuleta (a Mormon), shared a “special announcement” with his home fans regarding a new direction he has chosen to take with his life.
It’s the worst nightmare any parent of a young Mormon missionary would have to face; learning your child who has dedicated two years of their lives away from home for church service will never return home. Last night, not just one, but two families received this devestating news. . .
It was a hectic morning and I was late to work. Again! Only yesterday I had taken my youngest child to register for her Senior Year of High School. [yes, I feel old] Her course schedule had experienced a computer glitch which showed three periods of “Algebra 2″ in one semester [one is definitely enough], which required that we …
“On the 8th Day of Christmas MoSop shared with me…”
a Happy Birthday wish to MoSop’s Mommy!!! and A Christmas Gift from International Mormon Missionaries. Watch a lovely video message in many languages about the true gift of Christmas.
I beleive that when music is performed with the spirit of God, it is the most powerful tool He has on earth in preparing a soul, softening a mind, and touching a heart. This story is a perfect example of how the power of spiritual music made a difference one cold December night in Moscow.
Two LDS (Mormon) missionaries performed an act of heroism this week, saving a woman’s life. The two young men, Elder Beard and Elder Bennellack, are serving full-time missions in Australia for the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. They were put to the ultimate test, when walking down the street they came upon a pregnant …