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Glenn Rawson

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Name  Glenn Rawson
Education  Brigham Young University
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Glenn Rawson is a radio and television personality known for being the voice of the inspirational stories on the Sounds of Sunday program and for being the writer, producer and host of KJZZ Television's The Joseph Smith Papers and KSL Television's History of the Saints TV series.

Rawson was born in Idaho. He joined The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints at age 18 and later served as a Mormon missionary in Iowa. He received a bachelor's degree in wildlife and range management at Brigham Young University and later received a master's degree in educational administration from Idaho State University.

For several years Rawson was a full-time seminary and institute teacher. He was also a frequent speaker at various Especially For Youth sessions. In 1995 Rawson was recruited by a fellow ward member Carl Watkins to share stories on a radio program entitled Sounds of Sunday on KLCE. Syndication of this program began in 2005. A collection of inspirational stories by Rawson entitled In the Midst of Thee has also been published.

Rawson is currently working on a Ph.D. in political science and constitutional law.

Rawson and his wife, the former Debra Hemsley, are the parents of seven children.

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Glenn Rawson Wikipedia


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