Here’s your weekly roundup of the best social media posts from your favorite LDS figures and celebrities.
My mom and sister shared one more embrace before my sister Jazzy leaves for her 18-month mission in Houston, Texas. Man, it's hard to say goodbye to someone you love so much! A lot of emotions felt being sad to have her gone, but so happy that she has this desire to serve The Lord. I look up to my little sister so much. She has a way with understanding people regardless of their history or differences, and making them feel comfortable. She has a way of helping people find why they matter and are important in their own individual way. She gets the power of Christ's gospel has to change because she has lived it. I just love this gal. I will miss her but I know she will serve with her heart to the people deep in the heart of Texas and in our mother's tongue of Spanish! I can't wait to speak fluently with you, mi hermanita. We'll be praying for you Hermana Archuleta! #missionary #Christ #lds #mormon #Texas #sister #littlesister #family #goodbyes
David Archuleta’s sister left for a mission this week. David shared this tender moment of his mom and his sister before she boarded the plane.
Stephanie Nielson and her husband Christian just being silly while their children record them. Click to play!
LDS teen actor and model Lucky Blue Smith on the set of his movie Love Everlasting.
The Piano Guys released a new music video from Scotland this week. Watch it here.
Jenny Oaks Baker and her family performed at the World Congress of Families IX. Read our recap of Elder Ballard’s opening remarks here.
New blog post up today about the story behind #IAMSTIGMAFREE (link in profile): "My hope in releasing this project to the world is that those of us who are living with mental illness will be seen as the fighters that we truly are and that one day we will be free from the negative stigma that is so prevalent in our society. It’s time to break the silence. It’s time to break the stigma. It’s time to tell our stories without shame and without fear of judgment." ❤️ #breakthestigma #mentalhealth #mentalillness #awareness #anxiety #depression #panicattacks #addiction #bipolar #OCD #PTSD #PPOCD
Ashley Sargeant, the founder of Don’t Stop Sargeant has started her campaign to raise awareness for mental health. Watch the exclusive interviews with women struggling with mental health issues here.
We Sistas are so grateful for the chance to do some #genealogy at the #FamilyHistoryCenter at the #WashingtonDC #Temple. The #AfricanAmerican Special Interest Group is run by a group of black genealogists who are not #LDS but meet at the temple each Monday and are happy to help anyone who stops by, with their #familyhistory. We are beginners but they were so patient, not only did we learn A LOT, but we had a blast! Always on display at the center is an African-American #genealogyquilt made by the members of the group, a beautiful display of building bridges and community outreach! ?? ? ?? ? ?? #sharegoodness #rootstech #familysearch #ancestry #Mormon #SISTASinZION #TamuSmith #ZandraVranes
The Sistas in Zion share their love of familiy history work.
Kirby Heyborne has some advice for anyone who wants to dress up as a superhero for Halloween. Click to play!
Studio C cast members have some fun dancing to Thriller as an early Halloween gift to their fans. Click to play!
Mormon DJ Kaskade enjoyes lots and lots of cereal.
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.