Mormon Church President Gordon B. Hinckley passed away at his home last night at the age of 97, after serving his church for decades, travelling the world to witness for Jesus Christ (here are links to 77 sermons he gave as church president), and reaching out encourage everyone to stand for something and to try to be better. Glenn Beck, who appears nightly on his own show on CNN says that President Hinckley was his "shining city on a hill," the person who made him want to be better. You rarely see television that is this real and this personal. Glenn’s message is simply this: find a good example in your own life that inspires you to be a better person. Gordon B. Hinckley was that person for Glenn Beck. He will be sorely missed by millions in more than 150 nations who considered him to be a divinely inspired leader and prophet, including me. Take five minutes and watch this clip–it is well worth it.