The Piano Guys answered your questions!
In the fourth Face to Face event, the Piano Guys played music (including a mash-up they arranged just for this event), told their story (did you know they got started in a piano store?), and answered questions from youth all over the world.
Whether they were answering questions about living their standards or about developing talents, the Piano Guys seemed to have an important theme: When we put God first, everything else falls into place.
“The advice we give to anyone who comes to us is—number one: Give your life to God,” said Jon Schmidt.
He and the rest of the group gave examples about how they work hard to do that in their families and professional lives and as they travel.
They gave a lot of credit to their families.
“I love how they talked about their wives and how they have supported them and how much their kids have taught them while they teach their kids,” said Samantha S., 14, who attended the event. “After tonight, I want to try and strengthen my relationships with my siblings by spending more time with them.”
The Piano Guys are all about using their talents to uplift and serve others, but as Steven Sharp Nelson said, you don’t have to be a professional musician to bless other people’s lives.
“Pray to God to bless you to be able to use the gifts He has given you to bless other people,” he said. “You don’t have to be a professional to make a difference in someone’s life.”
Watch the entire event on the Youth Activities website.
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