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Aleah Ingram

Aleah Ingram
Aleah is a graduate of Southern Virginia University, where she studied English, Creative Writing, and Dance. She now works full time as a social media manager, writer, and editor. Aleah served a mission in California and is addicted to organic milk, Lang Leav poetry, Gaynor Minden pointe shoes, and Bollywood movies.

The Best Way to Heal a Heart is to Use It

The Best Way to Heal a Heart is to Use It

The heart, as a symbol, is both powerful and universal. While we use the heart to make sense of many emotions and experiences, it seems most often the heart is used to describe what it means to be utterly broken. Just the words “a broken heart” can conjure up many images and encapsulates a breadth of emotions ranging from intense longing …

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Watch This LDS Chapel in Cambodia Being Built From Start to Finish

Watch This LDS Chapel in Cambodia Being Built From Start to Finish

Sometimes we forget the struggle and sacrifice of LDS members around the world to build meetinghouses. This video by Elder Robert VanBrocklin, who served as Public Affairs Missionary in Cambodia,  was created to honor the members of the Kampong Cham District in Cambodia. You can see the entire process of building the chapel. Watch the video below!

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Nathan Pacheco’s New Music Video Is Powerful Testimony of Christ

Nathan Pacheco's New Music Video Is Powerful Testimony of Christ

Award-winning tenor and BYU alum Nathan Pacheco has released a powerful new music video “Forever,” which features the first single from his new album “Higher.” “Forever” is a popular Christian rock song but Nathan’s version is more classical with strings and piano. “I have always loved the sacred songs albums of Bocelli, Pavarotti, and Domingo, and I finally had the …

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Alex Boye & Bill Gates Worked Together on This Precious Music Video

Alex Boye & Bill Gates Worked Together on This Precious Music Video

Popular LDS musician Alex Boye has released a powerful new music video produced in collaboration with Bill and Melinda Gates. The song is a mashup of Justin Bieber’s popular song “Baby” and lyrics from lullabies. Throughout the video, which features cute babies around the world, information is provided about the needs of children around the world. For example: “Last year, one …

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5 People in the Scriptures God Didn’t Save

5 People in the Scriptures God Didn't Save

Even though we know our time in mortality will require us to endure the refiner’s fire, it is in our nature to cry out for help when such times come. When the fires burn and the pain seems unbearable, we ask God to save us. There isn’t anything inherently wrong with this reaction; God commands us to cry out to …

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Sweet Photographs of LDS Apostles on Their Wedding Day

Sweet Photographs of LDS Apostles on Their Wedding Day

The leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints rely on the support of their inspiring wives. Here are some sweet photos of their wedding days. President Thomas S. Monson President Monson married Frances Beverly Johnson on October 7, 1948, in the Salt Lake City Temple. She passed away in 2013.   President Henry B. Eyring President Eyring …

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10 Precious LDS Quotes About Love & Marriage

10 Precious LDS Quotes About Love & Marriage

Eternal families and the feelings of the heart play an important role in the gospel of Jesus Christ. To celebrate Valentine’s Day, here are some great LDS quotes about marriage and love. “True love blooms when we care more about another person than we care about ourselves. That is Christ’s great atoning example for us, and it ought to be …

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The Remarkable True Story of an LDS Woman Facing a Missouri Mob

The Remarkable True Story of an LDS Woman Facing a Missouri Mob

Artwork by Julie Rogers Amanda Barnes Smith tragically lost a husband and a son in the Haun’s Mill massacre. She had been miraculously inspired to know how to save another of her sons who had also been a victim of the violent attack. In the days after the tragic event, the women who remained were continually harassed by the Missourians. …

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Is Social Media Bringing You Down?

Is Social Media Bringing You Down?

By Maurine Proctor for Meridian Magazine Social media has utterly changed our world, and like splitting the atom, its power cuts both ways. So we won’t be bombarded by letters defending social media, let us admit right up front for many it’s been a boon. People are connecting with old friends they haven’t seen in years, they stay in touch …

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This Single Mom Dressed Up Like a Dad for Her Son’s School Event

This Single Utah Mom Dressed Up Like a Dad for Her Son's School Event

Whitney Kittrell, a single mother living in Utah, served her son in an unusual way and now the story, originally posted on Facebook, is going viral. When her son came home with an announcement that his kindergarten would be hosting a “dads and doughnuts” event, she wrote on Facebook that “her heart kinda sank.” When she asked her son if …

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