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A note from the Sarah...
My passion is to train musicians, young and old to make a joyful noise to the Lord. I want to encourage my students to become equipped to minister to others through the gift of music. Getting to this point naturally takes hours and hours of diligent practice and hard work! Through this, students have the added opportunity to develop godly character and a solid work ethic, all while gaining musical skills that can last a lifetime.
As a Christian first and foremost, my desire is to glorify God, my Heavenly Father. During lessons and recitals I try to look for opportunities to pray, talk about the Lord, quote Scripture, etc. If this is something you are uncomfortable with, perhaps I am not the right music teacher for your family.
Speaking of family, there is no doubt that the family unit is of great importance to me. Growing up I had the special opportunity to make music with my family (see www.hulinsistersmusic.com) over the years. Now I feel privileged to be able to minister in music with my husband, David here in the Kansas City, Missouri area. Being that family music ministry is something that is important to me, it is quite likely that at our recitals you may hear parent-child or siblings playing duets, accompanying one another, or playing a composition they composed together. How delightful it is to see family unity demonstrated through music!
Music is a gift meant to be shared (Psalm 40:3, Heb. 2:12, Eph. 5:19...)! All students have the opportunity to play in two to three organized performances a year. The locations of the performances are in locals churches, nursing homes, hospitals and/or at local music festivals. For advanced students we also offer tutoring in music pedagogy (the art of learning how to teach others to play music).
I pray that I can be a blessing and encouragement to your family through music!
Soli Deo Gloria,
Oh magnify the Lord with me, and let us exalt his name together. Psalm 34:3
bring tears from the eyes of woman. - Beethoven
If the student fails to learn the
teacher fails to teach. - Anonymous~
“A teacher affects eternity: he can never tell where his influence stops.” ~ Henry Adams
“The best teachers teach from the heart, not from the book.” ~ Author Unknown