Here’s your weekly roundup of the best social media posts from your favorite LDS figures and celebrities.
Elder Jeffrey R. Holland had the opportunity to reorganize the New Haven Connecticut Stake presidency. Elder Holland lived in the are with his young family when he was a graduate student at Yale University. He was able to be reunited with his bishop from the 1960s.
David Archuleta visited the skating rink and enjoyed singing the Pokemon theme song. Click to play!
Lindsey Stirling is teasing a new project with these stylized photoshoot images of an upcoming music video.
I did something today that I’ve never ever done before in my life– I lost it. I bore my testimony and I just lost it ???? I never never ever cry…ever- except today. I don’t know what happened! With my whole soul do I love the Lord & I cannot say the smallest part of what I feel. And just like Uchtdorf said this past #ldsconf: “I know for myself how the gospel of Jesus Christ can transform lives from the ordinary & dreary to the ✨extraordinary & sublime!” The gospel changes people because it is real! And I hope that we always allow it to change us every day, no matter how old or where we are in life because truly, it is electrifying!⚡️ // Hear me speak tonight in Gilbert, 7 pm, building shares the same parking lot as the temple. // Dress from @saltybaeboutique
Al Fox Carraway shared this adorable picture of her daughter and talked about bearing her testimony in church. Learn more about her upcoming biography here.
Really love this picture. Through all the ups and downs of a football game, there isn’t anyone else I would want to have as a position coach. Coach Beck! Big win last night! #GoCougs A photo posted by Tanner Mangum (@tannermangum) on
BYU quarterback Tanner Mangum shared love for his coach after another win this season.
The Sistas in Zion attended a conference at the University of Utah about race, ethnicity, and womanhood in the Church.
Photographer Scott Jarvie is enjoying the arrival of fall colors in Utah. Learn more about his photos, calendars, and books here.
Elaine Bradley of Neon Trees fame visited Temple Square with her family this week.
When nothing else matters cause you holding the worlds best burrito in your hand. ? A photo posted by @kaskade on
Mormon DJ Kaskade is travelling the world on tour right now…but made time to stop and get a burrito.
HUGE news!! Our #HungerGames parody from last year has been nominated by the film for best fan video! We just jumped to 1st place this morning. Help us stay 1st!! Click the link in our bio to VOTE for “Peeta’s Song”!! You can vote multiple times. Love you guys! #StudioC #TheHungerGamesTribute #Mockingjay
BYUtv’s Studio C has been nominated by filmmakers as the best Hunger Games fan video. Vote for them here!