Allie Gardner - I Am a Child of God - Mayan Allie Gardner is a songwriter, recording artist, actress, and performer who brings a contagious, vibrant energy into each of her performances. She sings from the heart and includes personal life experiences in every song. She has a knack for learning things quickly, especially when it pertains to music. She has an excellent memory and can learn entire unfamiliar songs in a short period of time.

ReverbNation proclaims, “[Allie] excels in her ability to sing unusually high pitches, harmonize with any song, and improvise. Blessed with a great sense of hearing, Allie has near perfect pitch and can imitate voices and accents with a little practice.” Most importantly, Allie believes that every performance is an opportunity to share the light within her and the meaning of the message through song. Her radiant personality, sense of humor, and positive energy make all her performances an unforgettable experience. She has said, “In a world of people competing to be the most famous, the most glamorous, and popular- I want to show something real and heartfelt- That’s why I do what I do.”

Allie Gardner - I Am a Child of God - MayanOn 29 July 2017, Allie released an inspirational music video of the hymn “I Am a Child of God” in English, Spanish, and Maya. She learned to speak the Mayan language while serving a full-time mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Yucatan and Quintana Roo, Mexico. With the release of the video, Allie makes history in the sense that her music video is the first to share the message of the Restored Gospel in the Mayan language. In the description of the video, she says, “I pray that one day every child of God will be taught the gospel in their native tongue. Hopefully, this video can help to fulfill that.”

LDS Living reports, “With more than 121,000 views, this video has already reached many with a powerful message that we are all God’s children and we can feel His love no matter what.” Allie also states, “I grew to love those sweet people [of Mexico] so much. I hope this video reflects just a fraction of my feelings.”


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