Vote for April’s Hymn

Vote for April’s Hymn

After all this time spent doing the new website, it’s finally time to get back to arranging some new hymns. Which means… It’s time to get back to voting!

To make this easier, I’ve taken five of the more popular requests that I’ve received from people over the last few months as the five choices.

Everyone is allowed to vote once. It’s set up to allow one vote per IP address, so if you have multiple devices, you can vote once on each. Just remember that if you’re on a home wifi, you’re all sharing an IP address. You’ve been warned!

You also don’t have to create a login to vote, so you can get as many friends and family members as you’d like to help your favorite win.

I’m excited to have all the technical stuff behind me and can devote my time to new arrangements. I hope you’re excited. Because I’m excited.

Good luck!


Winner: How Great Thou Art


  • Susan Mary Hughes
    Posted at 19:51h, 01 March Reply

    How Great Vow Art is my favourite hymn.

  • Ben Taggart
    Posted at 23:51h, 01 March Reply

    The Ensign Symphony (with whom I sing as a tenor) played an instrumental fanfare & processional version of “All Creatures of Our God and King” at our concert on Friday. I wish I could point you to a recording of it, because it’s awesome.

    • Ben Howington
      Posted at 09:25h, 02 March Reply

      Awesome! If you find one, please send it my way.

  • Todd Nelson
    Posted at 18:11h, 03 March Reply

    Have “Nearer My God To Thee” or “Joseph Smith First Prayer” been up for a vote?

    • Ben Howington
      Posted at 12:50h, 05 March Reply

      I can’t remember, honestly. But I know they will be fairly soon!

  • Morgan VanKatwyk
    Posted at 11:37h, 05 March Reply

    A Child’s prayer has been my favorite primary song for years! It is so uniquely beautiful and yet simple at the same time :) I would love to hear an arrangement of it from you :)

  • Kim Golden
    Posted at 12:02h, 05 March Reply

    How Great thou Art!

  • Javita w Henderson
    Posted at 12:20h, 05 March Reply

    This is the song that all of my husbands family(grandson of Milo Bowes) just sang at his funeral. It is posted on fb.

  • Tanny Nanda
    Posted at 13:05h, 05 March Reply

    HOW GREAT THOUGH ART. Truly beautiful.

  • Kim Hulse
    Posted at 14:50h, 05 March Reply

    How Great Thou Art

  • Pam Williford
    Posted at 14:54h, 05 March Reply

    How Great Thou Art

  • Brent Horrocks
    Posted at 17:39h, 05 March Reply

    If/when you arrange “A Child’s Prayer”, there is a version of the song with a sort of prelude or introduction that the Mormon Tabernacle Choir recorded in it’s 2005 album, “Love is Spoken Here”. It sets the song up from a parents perspective. I think (not verified, but pretty sure) that it was written by Janice Kapp Perry specifically for that album’s release. It would be cool to include that!

    • Ben Howington
      Posted at 21:10h, 05 March Reply

      I didn’t know that. I’ll have to check it out. Thanks Brent!

  • Isaac Fogg
    Posted at 11:47h, 10 March Reply

    Is it too early to nominate one for your next rendition? You should do the primary hymn “The Church of Jesus Christ” (primary hymn #77) …

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