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Reese Oliveira Takes Us On a Magical Journey to Xanadu

12-year-old YouTuber, One Voice Children's Choir soprano, and Barlow Ballerina, Reese Oliveira from Utah, rings in the New Year with a fun music video cover for the song “Xanadu” by Olivia Newton John. The video was released on her YouTube channel on 1 January 2018...

Camille Nelson’s New Release Encourages Us to Count Our Blessings

The sun has set on the year 2017 and its events will now be found among the annals of history. The dawn has broken, the sun has risen over the horizon, and we now find ourselves facing a brand-new day, indeed a brand-new year. A new chapter in our life has begun. We...

Hannah Sophia’s Musical Life Journey Called Seasons

Hannah Sophia is an Indie singer/songwriter from Provo, Utah. Her music provides a fresh perspective in categories such as self-image, relationships, and personal fears. She also has a unique voice that draws her listening audience in, combined with simple, but...

Let Us Keep Christ in Christmas by Helping to Light the World

In the Book of Mormon, King Benjamin in his timeless sermon, taught the people, “And behold, I tell you these things that ye may learn wisdom; that ye may learn that when ye are in the service of your fellow beings ye are only in the service of your God” (Mosiah...

J.ournal’s Spoken Word Rendition of “The Little Drummer Boy”

The sounds of Christmas permeate the airwaves during this delightful time of year with traditional carols being sung and played. Perhaps one of the most beloved carols is “The Little Drummer Boy.” In the lyrics, the singer relates how, as a poor young boy, he was...

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