Here’s your weekly roundup of the best social media posts from your favorite LDS figures and celebrities!
James Curran’s new clean rap album is doing well, but it can do even better. Click to play! Also, read our exclusive interview with him here.
Alex Boye posted this first cute shot of his newborn son, Treyu Boye!
I am finally through the most strenuous concert season of my life. It nearly killed me to have so many concerts, recordings and videos in so many places playing so many difficult and completely different programs, but I am so grateful for the incredible musical and spiritual experiences I have had through it all. I know that God hears and answers prayers and holds us in His Hands to get us through all our challenges! I feel so blessed also to have been able to perform and collaborate over the past few months with some of the greatest artists and people I have ever worked with! Here is a pic from this past weekend of Lexi Walker with my children.
Jenny Oaks Baker has just completed another concert season. Here she poses with LDS singer Lexi Walker.
It's official!! My book "How My Crappy Job Changed My Life" is now an actual thing with real words on real pages that are sandwiched between a real cover! It is available on May 10th. Preorder link in my bio! I opened up a lot about my life in this book. I take you on a journey through my childhood, explain what it was like having a summer job cleaning porta potties, and then tell about my rise and fall in the YouTube world. I also share some pretty crazy dating stories, and what it was like being on The Late Show With Jimmy Fallon.
Stuart Edge, LDS YouTube star and comedian, has released his first book. You can learn more about it here!
American Idol finalist Jenn Blosil shared this post after a trip to New York.
LDS teen model Lucky Blue Smith spent some time with Studio C on their set.
The Piano Gal enjoyed the Utah rain this past week.
Jimmer posted this photo with his wife and beloved dogs.
"God can turn any MESS into a MESSAGE, any TEST into a TESTIMONY, any TRIAL into a TRIUMPH, and any VICTIM into a VICTOR!" ???????????????? Oh how true this is saints! The transitions aren't always easy and can sometimes be filled with pain, but I am so grateful for a God that won't leave me a victim and instead leads me to victory! –#ZandraVranes ?????? #sharegoodness #becauseofhim #godissogood //://://://: ? by @22alfox
The Sistas in Zion share this inspirational thought.
Mason Davis, who plays Tod in the new Saturday’s Warrior film, posed with Abbey Baugh, the actress who plays Emily.
Aleah is a graduate of Southern Virginia University, where she studied English, Creative Writing, and Dance. She now works full time as a marketing and product manager, writer, and editor. Aleah served a mission in California and loves baking, Lang Leav poetry, Gaynor Minden pointe shoes, and Bollywood movies.