Here’s your weekly roundup of the best social media posts from your favorite LDS figures and celebrities!
GENTRI released their new music video this week. You can watch a snippet above and the entire thing here.
What the world needs now, is love, sweet love, it’s the only thing, there is just too little of… #JeSuisParis?? A video posted by alexboye4 (@alexboye4) on
In response to the recent terrorist attacks in Paris, Alex Boye posted this video of him singing a reminder that what the world needs now is love. Watch above.
The Gardiner Sisters, who just released their cover of Adele’s hit song “Hello”, issued a 30 days of gratitude challenge earlier this month. With only a week away to Thanksgiving, they checked up with everyone to see how it was going.
Going over tonight’s chalkboards with Jason. What’s the difference between ISIL and ISIS? We’ll explain this, why it’s important and much more tonight. 5pm ET on @theblazetv. A photo posted by Glenn Beck (@glennbeck) on
In light of recent discussions about refugees and safety concerns for the country, Glenn Beck reviews a chalkboard designed for his TV show to debate the matter.
Stephen Meek of Studio C had a birthday this past week. The cast and crew celebrated with a loud birthday song as they dined in Provo, Utah.
Me and Tiffany Alvord! Lovin’ the picture!! @tiffanyalvord @bcarkell @rob_landes @bigdoornetwork A photo posted by The Piano Gal ? (@thepianogalmusic) on
The Piano Gal, Sara, got to film a music video with Tiffany Alvord. We look forward to seeing it soon!
Tanner Mangum, BYU football star, congratulates a fellow BYU athlete and girlfriend Alexa Gray on her all-time record in volleyball.
Ooh, I just love working with the church! This past week with them has reminded me of why I am an actress. The positive influence that meaningful film has on people’s lives is crazy. ? Throwback to some awesome Mormon Messages I was lucky enough to be a part of! ? #mormonmessage #lds #mormon #film #actress @lmcgraw1 makes good film, ya’ll. A photo posted by Monica Moore Smith (@monicamooresmith) on
Monica Moore Smith, who stars in the upcoming Saturday’s Warrior film, expressed her love for working with the Church and shared these two stills from different Mormon Messages she has worked on.
The Sistas in Zion enjoy another trip to Time Out for Women in Phoenix.
Hearing about the tragedies in Paris really got to me and put me in a bit of shock. These moments bring you to your knees to seek comfort and to ask for comfort for those who have been hurt and have lost loved ones. I saw this scripture twice this morning on the @ldschurch feed and also on a good friend of mine named Summer’s feed. After seeing her post it I couldn’t help but pass along this powerful scripture and quote she wrote down. I feel it’s like a letter that needed to be sent to someone else who might have needed the same message that I did. Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Paris. #paris #prayforparis #john14 #prayer #peace A photo posted by David Archuleta (@davidarchie) on
David Archuleta shared this photo from his friend’s account after learning about the Paris attacks.
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.