You Won’t Want to Miss These 10 LDS Celeb Posts From This Week

Here’s your weekly roundup of the best social media posts from your favorite LDS figures and celebrities!

David Archuleta wishes his followers a Merry Christmas with this great photo of a Christmas village.

Al Fox Carraway reads a Nativity book with her daughter on Christmas Eve. Learn more about her new journal here.

? Christmas morning be like.. ???

A video posted by Tiffany Alvord ? (@tiffanyalvord) on

LDS YouTuber and musician Tiffany Alvord shares this cute vide of her family on Christmas morning. Click to play!

Tonight was the annual stirling Christmas craft. This year: ugly Christmas sweaters #favoritetradition

A photo posted by Lindsey Stirling (@lindseystirling) on

Lindsey Stirling shares her family’s annual tradition of making Christmas crafts. Check out Lindsey’s new memoirs here.

Jason Gray of Studio C thanks all those who have supported his family after his daughter had a brain aneurysm. Read the full story here.

All of the Gardiner Sisters gather together to wish their followers a Merry Christmas.

Ann Romney shares this post of her grandchildren dressed up for their annual nativity play.

Jimmer Fredette and his family were able to deliver over 30 bicycles and other Christmas gifts to needy families.

What's Christmas without matching pjs? ? (Now go to bed Little Nies!!)

A photo posted by Stephanie Nielson (@nieniedialogues) on

Stephanie Nielson got her children matching Christmas pajamas.

The Sistas in Zion, LDS bloggers, had the chance to meet Elder Renlund for a Christmas devotional.

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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.
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