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Thursday, June 21

The Song That Changed Everything

I am so excited about what I’m sharing today! Have you ever had one of those moments where hearing a song moved you in a way you’ll never forget?

I had that the first time I heard my boys sing.

I was moved. Powerfully. Completely. Forever.

Something shifted in my heart that night that wound up shifting my whole family.

And I just thought you might want to hear a few of the songs that changed everything…

Discussion

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    Beautiful voices! Do your boys still sing often together?
    Oh…any updates on your ear issues?

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    Wonderful!!

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    Oh, Liberia, I miss it. Your boys still have a slight accent from there that is sweet to me, Lysa. That has been such a war-torn country in these last decades. I used to live in Gbarnga, but lived also in Sinkor and Bahn. Please greet your boys for me. Tell them I too pray for Liberia… and can eat a good cassava leaf over rice! Or palm butter and yam futu — mm!

    Blessings,
    Jennifer Dougan
    http://www.jenniferdougan.com

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    Linda G says:

    Love, love, LOVE this sound; their sweet warm harmonies work so well! Have these young men ever been recorded and (if so) from where can their CDs/MP3s be purchased? Thank you, and may God continue to bless your ministries, their music, and your lives!
    Faithfully His,
    Linda

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    Absolutely beautiful acapella!! I had the pleasure of seeing you at our church women’s event in Manvel/Pearland Tx this past April. Thanks for sharing your testimony… I love how you are so down to earth and real! I pray for the African boys choir groups that tour other countries when the leaders are promoting this for their own personal gain instead of for God’s glory (and how the boys are treated).
    I read your daily devotional and blog. Thanks for all that you do to help us grow, trust, challenge & encourage our relationship with the Lord :)

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    Molly Higle says:

    Amazing! Thank you for sharing. You must be so proud.