Marcus Roberts explains how music is a tie that binds us all together despite our differences. It also brings joy, peace, and inspiration.
I love everything this university stands for and am truly honored to receive an honorary doctorate as a culminating event in my life.
Beautiful, reverent music can uplift and enlighten our homes and church meetings, while inappropriate, degrading music can hinder the Spirit.
The nearer we get to God, the more easily our spirits are touched by refined and beautiful things. If we could part the veil and observe our heavenly home, we would be impressed with the cultivated minds and hearts of those who so happily live there.
There are six principles that can dramatically affect the outcome of our lives and bring us many wonderful blessings and miracles.
Centering the arts in Christ allows us to distinguish uplifting, edifying, and truly beautiful art and music from the degrading influences of the adversary.
David M. Randall invites us to "watch it rain", or in other words, use artwork as a means of envisioning the Savior and resisting temptation.
To have a comprehending soul, we need to approach the gospel with a balance between our mind and heart. Alone, neither is enough.
Boyd K. Packer invites us to glorify God and invite the Spirit into our worship through reverent music and beautiful art.
Alma Sonne tells the story of a man who understood the sacred nature of every hymn, made evident as he requests unusual selections for his funeral.