Missionaries in Visalia California came together to produce and shoot an incredible music video singing, “I Feel My Savior’s Love”, and it’s unlike any version you’ve probably ever heard before.
Two sister missionaries sang a pop version of this beloved primary song and the reaction has been overwhelming.
Dennis P. watched the video and commented: “Award winning best song of the year. You definitely have my vote.”
The two stars of the video are Hermana Von Hack-Prestinary and Hermana Kirkham, both of whom were originally called to missions in the Dominican Republic, Von Hack-Prestinary serving in the West Mission and Kirkham in the Santiago Mission.
These two missionaries were reassigned to the California Fresno Mission due to the COVID-19 pandemic that called many missionaries serving abroad back to the United States.
Emily Von Hack-Prestinary, who has now completed her mission and been home for a few weeks, said that so many people came together to help record, produce, and shoot this video.
“All these amazing members helped contribute to this video, they were so willing to help us create this song. Our goal was to help others come unto Christ and feel their Savior’s love.”
One amazing blessing of social media is that even though these two sisters were called back to the United States, they were able to reach out to their friends from the Dominican Republic on Facebook and continue to support them.
“Even though most of them don’t even understand English, they have reached out to us and tell us that they play our song every day, because it makes them feel happy,” said Emily Von Hack-Prestinary.
This video is affecting “far many more people than we could have ever expected.”