Here’s your weekly roundup of the best social media posts from your favorite LDS figures and celebrities!
Lindsey Stirling starts 2016 by gearing up for her book tour. Learn more about Lindsey’s book, The Only Pirate at the Party, here.
Anyone else already worn out from all the celebrating? Haha. I’ve been reflecting on this past year and everything I’ve learned. I took time today to organize some New Years resolutions. I categorized them into categories like work, spiritual, family, Personal… Reflecting back on 2015 has helped me gain perspective on where to take life with the new year to come. I’m grateful for every moment that builds me to be the person I am each day. What 2015 experiences are you grateful? Have you taken time to write down some goals for 2016? If not take the time to write them down! Happy New Year everyone! #2016 #HappyNewYear #felizañonuevo #newyearsresolutions #goals #grateful A photo posted by David Archuleta (@davidarchie) on
David Archuleta takes a break after a fun New Year’s Eve.
Donny Osmond shares a video of a stunt he dared to try on Christmas day. Click to play!
Not a bad way to start the new year, eh? ?? A photo posted by Tanner Mangum (@tannermangum) on
Tanner Mangum and his girlfriend try to stay warm on a cold Utah new year’s day.
God in His infinite love and wisdom has a purpose and plan for each of our lives when we come to this earth and when we return home to Him. I trust him in that. My mother, Elizabeth Knight, always prayed for his guidance in raising up his children to one day be his worthy servants. She heard us singing in the back yard at Bubba’s birthday, September 4th, 1952 and founded a group of family kids who became Gladys Knight & the Pips! We have lost many along the way; Edward Patton, Eleanor Guest, and now William Guest. We tried using our gifts of music in a way that would be pleasing to God. Please, take care of their journeys home and I say thank you Lord for a long and wonderful ride. -GK
Gladys Knight pays tribute to her dear friend William Guest after his passing this week.
For me, 2015 was a year of discovery. I’ve matured SO much as an entertainer and as a person. Last year, my biggest goal was to redefine my videos in a way that made it easier to have a family of my own someday. I also set the goal to prepare myself to get my own late night talk show. I can gratefully say I stuck with those goals and my life has changed because of it. I also learned how amazing YOU are in my life. Thank you for following my life and supporting me in my dreams and passions. Most of us have never met, but the fact that you care about me, makes me feel so special! Now looking forward to 2016, I can promise you it’s going to be an eventful year with lots of fun projects. I’d love for you to stick around for the ride! (My most popular pic from last year and I posted it at the beginning of the year) A photo posted by Stuart Edge (@stuart_edge) on
Stuart Edge reflects on 2015 and shares some of his hopes for the new year.
The Piano Gal shows off her Star Wars gear.
A photo posted by Monica Moore Smith (@monicamooresmith) on
Monica Moore Smith, who plays Julie in the upcoming Saturday’s Warrior film, spent New Year’s Eve with her fellow cast members.
The Gardiner Sisters spent New Year’s Eve filming a new music video.
A photo posted by Stephanie Nielson (@nieniedialogues) on
Stephanie and Christian Nielson celebrate their New Year at home.
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.