BYU Student Records Uniquely Beautiful Christmas Song to Help Sex Abuse Victims

What a beautiful way to share the love of the Savior while creating awareness for a good cause:

BYU psychology junior Maddison Jewkes arranged and recorded “Quiet Christmas Night” with recording studio The Last Kakachee in California. All of the money the studio makes on the song will go to End Sex Abuse, a charity foundation started in San Clemente.

Jewkes has had a passion for singing since she was young. She said she joined a choir in 6th grade called the Orange County Mormon Organization.

“I sang with them for a couple of years,” Jewkes said. “It was good practice learning singing techniques.”

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