Here’s your weekly roundup of the best social media posts from your favorite LDS figures and celebrities!
Elder David A. Bednar shared this touching photo with his wife as he discussed the principle of revelation and repetition.
Popular LDS singing group GENTRI released their first full-length album this week! Click here to listen to their second single off the album and learn how to get it on sale!
Donny Osmond poses with his new wax figure. Can you tell which is which?
Lindsey Stirling talked with Larry King about her new book, The Only Pirate at the Party.
LDS teen musician Maddie Wilson snapped with photo with fellow LDS singer Madilyn Paige as they prepared for the release of their new music video.
Alex Boye goes into the audience during a performance in St. George.
#BlackHistoryMonth! ?? Though the LDS policy banning blacks from full membership in the faith disturbed him, the Spirit witnessed to Victor that the gospel was true. He often quoted Psalms 84:10, "I had rather be a doorkeeper in the house of my God, than to dwell in the tents of wickedness." ———————————————————-VICTOR and VERNA NUGENT, along with their children are latter-day Pioneers who helped organize #TheChurchOfJesusChristOfLatterdaySaints in Jamaica. The first LDS missionaries arrived in Jamaica in 1853, but it wasn't until 1974 that Victor and Verna Nugent, and their son Peter, became the first Jamaicans on the island to be baptized. Victor, a chemist, was raised in a religious family, but after struggling to be able to "prove" church doctrine he embraced evolution and became agnostic. Victor married and started a family, but while his wife Verna was making a home for him and the children, Victor says, " I frittered away my time, energy, talents and substance in pursuit of sensual pleasure. On the way home one morning, while suffering from a vicious hangover, I finally saw myself as I was. I was so disgusted at what I saw that I prayed for the first time in about eleven years: Oh God, if there is a God, please have mercy on me. Please help." He began to search for truth and was eventually introduced the the LDS church by a co-worker. Verna and Victor were invited to the co-workers home where they were taught about the gospel. Victor says, That everything fit perfectly except the "one fly in the ointment," the church's position on blacks. Though this discovery hurt, he sought the Lord in prayer and the answer was loud and clear that the gospel was the truth. READ THE REST ON FACEBOOK [Link in the bio] #ShareGoodness #sistasinzion #MormonPioneers #MormonSwag #MormonMissionaries #LDSchurch #LDSconf #BlackMormonHistory
The Sistas in Zion have been celebrating Black History Month by sharing powerful stories of black Latter-day Saint pioneers.
Studio C shows on Donald Trump would make a sandwich.
Al Fox Carraway and her daughter spent some time on Temple Square this week.
The Piano Guys had some fun with this image for Super Bowl 50.
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