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Lindsey Stirling’s Music Video for Disney is an Epic Adventure

Lindsey Stirling's Music Video for Disney is an Epic Adventure

LDS phenom Lindsey Stirling and music artist Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness have created a vibrant and inspiring new music video for the song “Something Wild.” The song is an original piece for Disney’s upcoming original motion picture “Pete’s Dragon.” Watch it below! Want to be inspired? Check out Lindsey’s official biography here!  

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Alex Boyé’s New Song Is An Anthem to Heal America’s Differences

Alex Boyé's New Song Is An Anthem to Heal America's Differences

Popular LDS musician Alex Boyé has released a new single and accompanying music video called “We All Bleed the Same.” On Facebook, Boyé dedicated to the music video to anyone who feels different or is small. He wrote: I dedicate this song to any Latter-day Saint who experiences same-sex attraction who often feel caught in between two worlds, and have received hurtful …

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BYU Student Biking to All Utah Temples in Two Weeks

Dalin Earls introduces himself as someone who is not a cyclist. This very same BYU student, though, is currently completing a trip on which he will bike to all 17 Utah temples. Earls began this trip on Wednesday, July 13 and plans to have completed it by July 27. He calls it the Utah Pedal Pilgrimage, a trip that will be around 1,200 …

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LDS Stars Gather Together for This Sweet New Music Video

LDS sisters Mandi, Allie, and Hailey make up the musical act The Gardiner Sisters and they’ve just released a new music video for their original song “Running.” Not only is the song upbeat and fun to listen to, but any LDS members familiar with a certain Mormon Message will recognize some familiar faces. The video features Monica Moore Smith and …

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Watch This Mormon Missionary Parody of Popular Nike Commercials

Prepare to Serve, a great organization dedicated to helping Latter-day Saint missionaries prepare for their missionary service, has released a new parody of Nike’s ‘What If’ and “Maybe It’s My Fault’ commercials. The parody is narrated by James the Mormon, a popular LDS musician, and was created by Derrick Trotman. Watch the entire thing below!   Here is one of …

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LDS Teen Creates Powerful Tribute to Her Father With Cancer

LDS Teen Creates Powerful Tribute to Her Father With Cancer

Amos Abplanalp sounds like your ordinary LDS member. He serves as a bishop for his Arizona ward and works as a professional psychological counselor at a prison. In the past, he has worked as a high school teacher and wrestling coach. But as shown by a powerful video uploaded by his daughter, he is more than ordinary to those that …

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This Beautiful Cover of Rachel Platten’s “Better Place” Celebrates Adoptive Mother of 35 Special Needs Children

This Beautiful Cover of Rachel Platten's "Better Place" Celebrates Adoptive Mother of 35 Special Needs Children

LDS teen Sara Arkell, better known as The Piano Gal, joined with Nadia Khristean to create this beautiful cover of Rachel Platten’s latest single “Better Place.” The video highlights Christie Jamison and her family. Over the course of her life, Jamison has adopted 35 children with 11 still living at home. According to the video’s description, the children have been …

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GENTRI Covers Chicago’s “Hard to Say I’m Sorry”

GENTRI Covers Chicago's "Hard to Say I'm Sorry"

Every month, the hit LDS singing trio GENTRI performs a cover of your favorite songs. This month, they’ve covered “Hard to Say I’m Sorry” by Chicago. “Thank you to everyone who continues to support, encourage and help us spread our music to the world by sharing our videos via social media. We see you. We appreciate you. We love you,” …

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