The song is one of the most beloved Christmas carols of all time: O Holy Night. Perhaps the reason this song resonates with so many is its core message of hope. A message we all dearly need, especially this year.
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"If I was there when Jesus was crucified, what would it be like? What would he have said to me?" These are the heartfelt questions that inspired the song "He Smiles at Me", which Oba Bonner recently performed as part of an appearance on the Church's YouTube series: Saints Channel Studio.
A new article on the Church Newsroom updates members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on the status of the new hymnbook. Though many of the current hymns will remain, the article details a bit about the review process as they go through the over 16,000 original submissions received.
Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are no doubt anxious to know what hymns will be in the revised hymnbook announced two years ago. Along with the announcement came a request for member feedback about sacred music. A call that was answered by over 50,000 people who submitted their responses. Here is the latest update.
Musician and songwriter Nathan Waite talks about the heart defect he was born with and how his faith and patience has helped him know things will work out. People leave his concerts feeling uplifted and this song from him may be just the lift you need to start your week.
When singer/songwriter Emily Bea was assigned the topic "Joy in my Journey" for a song, she didn't know where to take it. Having had so many difficult experiences, she didn't know how to express that joy authentically. Hear what she came up with on this installment of the Saints Channel Studio.
Temple Square Performances invites all to submit Christmas songs.