This is not a brave moment. I tried to email a question and it was not able to be delivered. So I will ask it here
I love this song and want my girls to understand that they are meant to stand out in this world and not be engulfed in it. I feel that this song is perfect. In November we will have our Young Women In Excellence night. I want to have my girls sing this song and was wondering if there was sheet music and both the regular soundtrack as well as music only. We will need to be practicing this soon to be prepared for our evening of excellence.
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Thank you for your help.
Sorry the song that we would like to use is BORN
My most recent brave moment was this past weekend. It was my fourth time doing the Portland to Coast walk relay and I was facing a 7-mile gravel route with out any van support. I was so worried, but a good friend reminded me that I trained for this, and I did it. I’m so glad to because it’s good for me to remind myself what I (and my body) am capable of.
I do not know if you would classify this as a “Born Brave moment,” but if you knew my background you would see, it is exactly that. For me, courage or bravery often requires me to step outside of my comfort zone. It seems the Lord keeps me in this un-comfort zone a lot, but I have learned it is a place where miracles happen.
While this is not my most recent “Born Brave moment,” a few years ago I nervously approached two published and respected LDS authors and asked them if they would look at a book I was writing. Since I had never written a book, and did not excel in English classes, I cannot express the anxiety I felt. Gratefully, they graciously agreed to read my book. The topic is, how the Atonement of Jesus Christ took away the emotional pain of my childhood memories of abuse. Not only did they read it, they also edited one draft and then put me in contact with another LDS author/editor who has been working with me with the goal of getting the book published. Before this I never considered myself an author, but they treated me with great love, respect, and were genuinely excited about what I had written.
Currently I write a blog titled “His Grace is Sufficient,” (http://www.hisgraceissufficient.com) where I share stories of hard lessons learned or spiritual experiences that have brought me closer to my Heavenly Father and Lord Jesus Christ. I often share my weaknesses to show others they are not alone, and how through the grace of Jesus Christ we can access the strength of the Lord, and have faith to move forward when all avenues seem closed. My latest articles are titled, “My Little Cross for Jesus” and “Deliverance and Personal Partings of the Red Sea.” Both articles share how my wife and I are facing some difficult challenges and how we hold on to our faith despite the challenges.
I am currently working on an article how God opened my eyes and heart to the world of “hidden illnesses.” Illnesses such as, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, Lupus, mental illness, and other conditions. In the article I share how I lacked compassion for these hidden illnesses, but through a series of events I came face-to-face with the realities those who suffer with the hidden illnesses face every day. So far I have had some really good feedback from several chronically ill sisters who are from different areas and have read early drafts of the article.
Probably my most recent “Born Brave moment” is right now as I write this or any other piece, because I never know how it will be received, but I do it anyway. Normally I have my wife and then my editor proof everything I publish on my blog, but today I am going to post this on your site unedited. So here goes my Born Brave moment.
Rising above. Rising above my fears, my depression, our finical hardship and being mom to a son, who I love dearly, but does not sleep. I am exhausted, worn down, and zombie like on a daily basis. But I get up an face the day, love on my two beautiful children and try to do what is best for them both. This is by far the happiest and hardest time of my life thus far!
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