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Some beautiful music for Sunday

It’s the birthday of slave-trader-turned-abolitionist John Newton (1725-1807). Newton wrote the words to hundreds of hymns, including “Glorious Things of Thee Are Spoken,” “May the Grace of Christ Our Savior,” “How Sweet the Name of Jesus Sounds,”and his greatest hit, “Amazing Grace.”

Musical Offerings

Day 9: There's Always Time For Neuschswanstein

Tuesday July 5, 2016 – Village of Hohenschwangau, Germany – MoTab European Tour Journal

Today is now officially my new favorite day on tour so far!!! 2,140 more words

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Day 8: At Home In Munich

Monday, July 4, 2016 – Munich, Germany – MoTab European Tour Journal ~ 

Authors Note: I am heartbroken and shocked that this pre-written story will publish on a day following a tragic shooting event in my beloved München.

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Day 5: From Nuremberg With Love

Friday July 1, 2016 Nuremberg, Germany – MoTab European Tour Journal

This morning we had a wonderful buffet breakfast at our hotel. We are still learning to pace ourselves with all the food and not feel like we have to ‘try it all.’ This hotel has an incredible selection of breakfast items – both European and American – including made-to-order omelettes.   1,337 more words


Day 4: Gute Fahrt

Thursday June 30, 2016 Berlin to Munich, Germany – MoTab European Tour Journal

Today we leave Berlin and travel to Munich. But first, we were excited that we had time to go for another early morning run in the Tiergarten! 1,555 more words

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Day 3: And The Walls Came Tumbling Down

Wednesday June 29, 2016 – Berlin, Germany – Mormon Tabernacle Choir European Tour

Mr. Mo and I woke up bright and early feeling quite refreshed and ready to hit the ground running – literally. 1,699 more words


Day 1 and 2: The Ninth Wave

Monday June 27 & Tuesday June 28, 2016 MoTab European Tour – Salt Lake City to Berlin, Germany

The Choir and orchestra members, guests and staff total close to 600 people for this tour. 1,341 more words