Music has always been a huge part of Sandy Skinner's life. Combining many years of piano lessons with a natural ear for music, she has blessed many with her talent at the piano. She accompanied her first church cantata at age 13 and continued to play for church and accompany various choirs and music groups during her high school and college years. For over a decade she, along with her husband, served as music worship leaders in their home church. She continues to use her talents in her church and community playing for weddings, funerals, retreats, and many other events. The thought of recording her music never occurred to her until her mother passed away. As a gift to her mother she made a tape of favorite hymns to be played at the funeral. After many requests for copies of her music, she decided to "do it right" and go to a professional recording studio. She then added orchestration to her original hymn arrangements and had her first solo album, "Peaceful Praises." It was done as a tribute to her mother, who suffered from Alzheimers for many years. The response to her first CD was so encouraging that Sandy has now released her second album of fresh, new hymn arrangements titled, "Reflections." Looking back on her life, she reflects on all the people that have influenced her, not only in music, but in her spiritual walk. She considers it a privilege to have grown up in a Christian home and has dedicated this new album to her dad for his consistent example of a godly father. Her one desire is to reflect Christ in her music and in every area of her life.