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Piano Guys’ New Video Encourages Us to Have Hope Even in Adversity

What is hope? An old definition of the word “hope” is “a feeling of trust.” In the modern vernacular, hope is defined as “a feeling of expectation and desire for a certain thing to happen.” This author prefers to describe hope as the song of the heart that soothes the...

Alex Boyé Encourages Us to Have “A Heart of A Lion”

This author has often said that the easiest way to become defeated in this life is never to try at all. Sometimes in life we are faced with seemingly insurmountable hurdles and instead of trying to get over them, or go around them, we view the obstacles as a roaring...

Sara Lyn Baril – Where Would We Be Without Family?

The home is the place where the word “love” is not a noun, but a verb. The love and compassion that family members have for one another are demonstrated more than just through spoken words. Each member of the family sets love in motion as in their day-to-day familial...

Garth Smith’s Fresh New Arrangements of Christ-Centered Hymns

Garth W. Smith, an LDS musician/pianist who specializes in original arrangements of LDS hymns on the piano, released his third full-length album titled Behold the Great Redeemer, Sacred Hymns, Vol. III on 1 September 2016. The album comprises a collection of familiar...

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