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Mormon Messages


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 On the Church Web site, at the bottom of the home page and on the right sidebar, are featured videos called Mormon Messages. They are short clips from General Conference talks with music, photos, and background videos added to them. My favorite is the one entitled "Prayer."

Mormon Messages is a great way to share short and uplifting stories, testimonies, and counsel with family and friends, whether they are LDS or not. Above the featured video on the Church Web site is a toolbar allowing you to post the video or link on various social networking sites, such as Facebook. Mormon Messages also has a channel on YouTube, with videos in Spanish, to which you can subscribe. Share the light!

Sharing Time: Which Mormon Message is your favorite?

Comments

Anonymous said…
I like all of them and the latest from President Monson. I have posted a few on facebook-DAD
Anonymous said…
Cheski,I listen to your songs on Mormon Light.I enjoy them very much.It makes me ponder about alot of things.I love you!-Constance
Anonymous said…
They are all good and I can't pick just one.
Mom

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