One of my favorite things to do is talk to youth groups about “sacred groves.” “Sacred groves” are places where we turn to Heavenly Father in prayer for peace and revelation.
We talk about my “sacred groves.” Sitting on my piano bench with the keys beneath my fingers. Quiet car rides with the radio off. Beneath the soft drum of a warm shower. We talk about Moses’, Nephi’s, Enos’, the brother of Jared’s, and, of course, Joseph Smith’s sacred groves.
We talk about their
By Angie Killian On a beautiful August afternoon in 2020, my husband walked me to the backyard of a house in my hometown of Elk Ridge, Utah that I had fallen hard for and surprised me with the most amazing news: this home was going to be ours! As I took in the majestic mountain view of my childhood from the large deck, I was overcome with excitement, gratitude, and joy. He had put in an offer without me knowing, and we were under contract. Closing was scheduled 5 weeks aw
As an LDS lyricist and composer, the summer of 2019 will forever be remembered as the "great revision." For me, it will also be cherished as the summer that I was given the words for 'A Mother There.' This is that story. It starts with a different song I was hoping to submit for the children’s songbook called 'My Body.' The lyrics went like this: My body is a special gift
From Heavenly Parents above,
So I will treat it carefully
With kindness, respect, and love. I'll keep my