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More about Connie Stauffer:
I was raised in Thatcher, Utah, a small town west of Tremonton on the north end of the state. Home is where I enjoy being the most. If I leave, it is usually for something very important. To relax or to waste a few minutes, I gravitate to my piano. My favorite thing to do is to turn out the lights when I'm alone and play to my heart's content. This is one way I find ideas for music. Another place where I've gotten more than a few ideas is when I've been exercising, whether it's walking the trails of Alpine, or riding my road bike. I think about my life and the issues of the day while walking, and those moments frequently end with music rattling through my head. I have a husband, five children and twelve grandchildren - all of whom are the light of my life. I'd rather be with any one of them than just about anything. However, I do enjoy my solitude, which is probably why the hobby of writing music has been so appealing to me. My mother was my music teacher until she said I had outgrown her. I then took from a wonderful lady who helped shape me. Oh how I would love to have a sit-down visit with her. She probably knows me better than anyone, as she was there as I was in the process of becoming. I've been blessed with a husband who is the wind beneath my wings. He's made every possible sacrifice to encourage my music - whether just enjoying playing or writing. Were it not for his support, there is no way I could take it to the level where I can share it. The music on this site is music from my heart over the past 38+ years. It has been my solace through hard times and my joy through the good times. Much of it was "unsolicited" by me; it just came. Some of it has come through assignments or good people trusting me with their lyrics. All of it has been a miracle in my own eyes, as it was not something for which I was trained. My fingers somehow knew how to produce what was rattling through my head and by brute force it has found its way to paper. I hope you will enjoy it and let me know how you are using it. My personal Website is currently under re-construction. We hope to have it up and running again soon. In the meantime, enjoy what I've posted. I love comments!
Song background:

This song just came in the night. It went through a few iterations before settling on the final version. Pres. Russell M. Nelson of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has challenged us to know how we hear Him. I can’t claim that this song is a comprehensive list, but it is a personal list of some of the ways I’ve heard Him.

Thanks goes to Angela Dugdale for sharing her talented voice with me. 

This song was originally written for a lower voice, and I would gladly share that upon request.


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Lyrics: I hear Him in the mountains and I hear Him in the springs. <br/>I hear His voice speak softly as I ponder sacred things. <br/>I hear Him in the dim of dawn. I hear Him in the night. <br/>I hear Him in my baby when I sing a lullaby. <br/> <br/>I hear Him when I listen and obey. <br/>The more I hear the more He speaks each day. <br/>The world soon loses pull; it’s Him I want to know. <br/>I hear Him when I search His word of prophets old and new. <br/> <br/>I feel His Spirit speak to me and tell me it is true. <br/>I hear His voice remind me in a very special way, <br/>To be like Him and serve my friends and others every day. <br/> <br/>How do I hear? What does He say? <br/>Peace throughout my soul. He speaks to me in ways I know. <br/> <br/>I hear Him when remembering His willingness to pay <br/>The price he paid for me to have His Spirit day. <br/>I hear His voice remind me that He is the only way. <br/>To live like Him to live with Him again. <br/> <br/>I hear Him in my daily walk with Him. <br/>
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