Singer/songwriter Hilary Weeks is a breath of fresh air amidst a field of singers who sometimes stray closer to mainstream CCM. Always focused squarely on Christ, her music exudes a quiet but powerful testimony. Her most well-known song is a frequently performed piece in the Latter Day Saints' circles that first appeared on Kenneth Cope's concept album Women at the Well entitled "He Came for Me." Longtime producer Kenny Hodges remarked in an interview that he felt blessed to be among the first to discover her talent, and compared her favorably to CCM crooner Twila Paris. Not bad for a woman whose solo career wasn't launched until 1996 with He Hears Me. It received the LDS Booksellers Award for Best Album by a Female Artist and went on to win the inaugural FCMA PEARL Award for Best Inspirational Album of the Year in 1998. Both were well-deserved honors. It was hard to imagine how she'd top her debut, but her sophomore effort, Lead Me Home was even more phenomenal. With her quiet grace and her strong testimony of the Savior, Weeks is poised to be an on-going presence in the inspirational music scene. She resides with husband Tim in Northglenn, CO and their two daughters. ~ Dacia A. Blodgett-Williams, Rovi