Arts & Culture

In Memory

This is a composition I have been working on for a while now. I wrote this piece in memory of my beloved pastor, R.C. Sproul, who passed away recently. He was my violin teacher’s student at one point, and she wanted me to write something, so I did. She also recently lost her husband, so I hope this will aid in the continuance of R.C. Sproul’s legacy and the legacy of my violin teacher’s husband. Though I wrote this thinking of my pastor and violin teacher, I dedicate this song to those who have experienced loss and hope that, though this composition is small and insignificant compared to our holy God, it will give a sense of peace to you all.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1FtB3pkSjKGnHvC0zui3DZB89DNyqv0X3/view

Above the mist of Highland Hills
E’en far above the clear blue skies
The end of pain and earthly ills
When we shall see His eyes
Visit this website to learn more about R.C. Sproul and his legacy: https://rcsproul.com.

About the Composer:

Name: Jenna Koo

Age: 15

 

English 3 Lit. Survey, Starting Points, Pre-AP Biology, Spanish 2, Geography for High School, Geometry Honors, and U.S. Government.

 

How many years have you been apart of TPS?

This will be my fourth year. Go TPS!

 

What are a few of your hobbies or favorite things?

Playing or composing music, learning more about God, exercising, spending time with my family, and reading

 

How did you hear about Clay Magazine?

I had been reading articles from The Cracked Pot out of interest beginning several years ago. Then, our mom received an email about joining the magazine. My sister joined and became a humor columnist her first year and an editor for the humor column the next year. I decided to wait a couple of years, and so I joined the Arts and Culture column of the Cclay magazine.

 

 

2 Comments

  1. awesome job! I like it

  2. Good job Jenna!