Social media posts with a connection to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and its members last week included posts from LDS athletes, musicians and general authorities. Many of the posts were a response to the LDS Church's #LIGHTtheWORLD initiative.
Former BYU basketball player, Jimmer Fredette posted a scripture to his Instagram account.
BYU quarterback Taysom Hill posted a picture of he and his wife with the Christmas tree in Rockefeller plaza.
David Archuleta visited a Senior Living Center to sing some Christmas Carols.
Baltimore Ravens safety, Eric Weddle tweeted out a photo of his daughter picking a tag off of the giving tree.
His son also got in on the action. https://twitter.com/weddlesbeard/status/805639836484927488
The Twitter account of President Henry B. Eyring tweeted a gentle reminder of what we can do to remember Christ during the Christmas season.
This Christmas, may we remember the service and kindness Jesus Christ gave during His mortal ministry—and resolve to do the same. pic.twitter.com/JceDZuZtw3— Henry B. Eyring (@EyringHB) December 5, 2016
The Facebook account of Elder Dale G. Renlund posted a video Elder Renlund narrated and captioned it with some thoughts about the LDS Publishing Service Department.
The Facebook account of Elder Quentin L Cook posted a picture and story about a senior missionary hurt in the bombing at the Brussels, Belgium, airport.