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Published: Wednesday, July 16 2014 9:35 p.m. MDT

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jeanie
orem, UT

Fantastic! BYU-I young people are the best!

Chris B
Salt Lake City, UT

This is neat-o and lots of blessings for them and everyone who could hear their singing

NorthOfHere
Rexburg, ID

There is still plenty of clean up going on today. There is a neat spirit around Rexburg with all those who are willing to help. This video is just one example. This is a great place to live.

caliboardbum
Selma, CA

That's great that they did service and all but the singing is just a bit too much for me though, haha. Kind of makes me cringe a little. What I'm really worried about is the state of Original Thai. Do you know if it suffered any major damages?

J-TX
Allen, TX

So many service oriented hymns that I love more than that one.

WHY is it the default? I swear, it is sung as the opening hymn in PH Mtg 50% of the time. So many good ones to choose from, why are we so musically illiterate?

amagnetick
AV, CA

J-TX,

I'm sure your PH leaders would love someone to take on the responsibility of music director for Priesthood meeting. Since you would like to sing other songs, it would be a perfect fit for you to volunteer. Then you could sing whatever you liked instead of complaining about it.

J-TX
Allen, TX

Judge much, amagnetick?

I have held every possible music position, but currently teach Gospel Doctrine, thank you. When I was Ward Music Chair, twice a year I would teach the youth to conduct music, as they are asked to lead it in PH and YW. What it comes down to are parents who do not use the hymns in the home. Personally, I think the GAs should recommend having a hymn at the beginning of family scripture study every day. They are so readily available, everyone can have them on their mobile device.

christian woman
Hereford, AZ

This is so heart-warming to see and hear! My son is in this video and it took me a bit to find him...he helped out into the evening and that's what it means to be LDS! Serving others! It brought tears to my eyes!

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