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It's time to choose the all-time most favorite Primary song of them all! Choose from these five favorites from the LDS Children's Songbook and help us crown the winner.
You've helped us narrow down the Primary songs to your favorite top five and, wow, this last poll is going to be a tough decision! I was impressed to see a few lesser-known and less spiritual songs put up a good fight, like "Popcorn Popping," "Picture a Christmas," and "Mary's Lullaby." But I'm not really surprised to see the top five as Primary classics.
Good luck to your "favoritest" Primary song!
Vote in round 2 of our search for the "favoritest" Primary song ever!
Well, the results are in and it's time to vote again in round two. We'll take the winner from each group to move on to the third and final bracket. Good luck to your favorite Primary song!
Continuing off our "Favoritest" Hymn of All contest, we're out to identify the most favorite Primary song. Help us by registering your votes below! Last year LDS Living hosted the "Favoritest" Hymn of All poll where you, the reader, voted in a series of brackets to determine the most beloved song in the LDS hymnal. Click here to read the winner.
We're back again with our latest poll, but this time, Primary songs. Many of you grew up singing these songs and others have learned them as leaders and teachers in Primary. We realize that it's really hard to pick a favorite so we've made it a little bit easier for you. We've broken up the songs into categories, and the top two winners from each question will move on to our next bracket (to be featured next week).
Have fun and help us determine the "favoritest" Primary song of all!
Enter our September/October 2012 giveaway of the exciting new novel, The Rent Collector!
Read the first two chapters of the exciting and acclaimed new book by Camron Wright and learn about the challenges and triumphs of a family in Cambodia's Stung Meanchey, the largest municipal waste dump.
Learn more about the inspiring new novel The Rent Collector, or enter to win a copy in our September/October giveaway.
I once believed that heroes existed only in old men’s fables, that evil in the world had triumphed over good, and that love—a true, unselfish, and abiding love—could only be found in a little girl’s imagination. I was certain the gods were deaf, that Buddha was forgotten, and that I would never again see the natural beauty of my home province.
It was a time when I learned about shape-shifters, shadows, and redemption; when I finally grasped the meaning of a Chinese proverb whose venerable words still rattle about in my head: The most difficult battles in life are those we fight within.
It was also the year that I came to truly know the Rent Collector.
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The steady rumble of uninvited trucks tries to pry into the safety of my dream, a dream in which I am still a child prancing along the trail toward the rice fields where my family works in the Prey Veng province of Cambodia’s countryside. It is a cheerful morning as I pull at my grandfather’s bony fingers, tugging him along while he struggles to keep up.