He also feels that what they are doing is more than simply singing songs. “The most important idea is a chance to make a statement, to combat all of the crazy, the shrill voices of hatred and all of the ugliness and calamity, the pains of the world, the vulgarity in the world. ... I feel like we’re actually doing something, rather than saying ‘Oh, the world is getting so awful.’
“The good people aren’t making a strong enough statement. We should always be rising up with an outcry of ‘Come on people. We’re better than this!’ ”
To learn more about the project, visit http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/singers-alumni-hymn-project.
Kate Sullivan is an intern at the Deseret News with Mormon Times. She is a student at Brigham Young University. Contact her via email: email@example.com
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