Consider “unplugging” from our virtual realities long enough to make real, human connections with those we love!
The beloved hymn “God Be With You till we Meet Again” was penned in 1880 by Jeremiah E. Rankin, pastor of the First Congregational Church in Washington, D.C.. It was set to music in 1882 by composer William G. Tomer, pastor of Grace Methodist Episcopal Church in Washington, DC.. Mr. Rankin explained; “Written…as a Christian good-bye, …
The beautiful message of the gospel of Jesus Christ is that our Father in Heaven loves each of us, personally.
Only ONE final day before we get to enjoy another General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints! This is it! A weekend of inspired messages by living prophets and apostles chosen by God to speak to the world, and music to uplift the soul. It is a weekend to focus on …
I extend my warmest invitation to you, and to all of my visitors reading this blog: Please come to General Conference by TV, radio or internet! You will never regret it.
Have you ever wondered what kind of things a modern-day prophet would say to the world?
Each hymn has a special story, although they are often unknown and untold. One of the lesser-known is Hymn #75, In Hymns of Praise Our Voices Raise with text by Ada Blenkhorn and music by Alfred Beirly.
With only 5 more days to go to the next General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, here is a nice little behind-the-scenes video of the work that goes into preparing for this exciting and global event!