10 Songs, 43 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
62 Ratings
62 Ratings
Stone Rockwell ,

The best!!!

This is hands down the best religious album out there. Amazing songwriting, beautiful voice, stunning melodies...what else could you ask for? Each song is inspiring in it's own way. I've listened to this album for 2 years now and I'm not tired of any of the songs. Honestly, many of the songs in this album will change the way you view yourself and your life. Definitely buy this one!

verbal junkie ,

Garden Walls

Heard this song when it was used to help communicate augment the most incredible discourse on the Atonement of Jesus Christ. Lyrics are amazing!

ajhenquez ,

This has got to be the best religious album of all time

I listened to this album my entire time in mission. So focused in making tu think about the savior. Beautiful voice and lyrics. Thank you Mindy.

About Mindy Gledhill

Born and raised in Eureka, California, Utah-based singer/songwriter Mindy Gledhill spent some of her formative years in Spain (where she learned to speak the language fluently) before studying at Brigham Young University. She released her debut album, The Sum of All Grace, on the Latter Day Saint-oriented label Lumen in 2004, which earned her a pair of 2005 Pearl Awards for Best Inspirational Album and Best New Artist. Gledhill left the label the following year to pursue a more secular, indie pop sound, releasing the albums Feather in the Wind (2007), Anchor (2010), the Christmas-themed Winter Moon (2011), and the Cason Cooley (Sixpence None the Richer, Katie Herzig) produced Pocketful of Poetry (2013) independently. ~ James Christopher Monger

Eureka, CA
March 7, 1981




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