Sauveur d’Israël

There is something very poetic about the French language. I think all hymns just sound better in French. After having served a mission in France for 2 years in 1991-1993, I have a special place in my heart for these French hymns. I can't find them in French on YouTube, so while I don't have... Continue Reading →

I Believe in Christ

We were asked to sing I Believe In Christ to share with our church congregation virtually on Easter Sunday since there is a stay-at-home mandate due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Xavier was not too happy about it, but for the very first take, he did great. I would have re-recorded it once I saw that... Continue Reading →

Joseph Smith’s First Vision

This video took way longer than it should have. Back in the October 2014 General Conference, Elder Neil L. Andersen of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, invited everyone to consider recording Joseph Smith's account of the First Vision in our own words. I tried doing an audio recording of everyone reading it during a... Continue Reading →

Unknown Ancient America

As archaeology gets more high-tech, we seem to be finding more and more about the ancient inhabitants of America. I'm fascinated to hear about discoveries of the ancient civilizations who lived right here on the American continent. I don't remember hearing much about great civilizations the built temples and cities. I only heard about the... Continue Reading →

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