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Mormon Mentions: Stuart Edge cast in new ‘Little Women’ movie, Kourtney Kardashian snaps photo of LDS temple

Stuart Edge tweeted this photo, announcing his role as John Brooke in a new version of "Little Women."
Stuart Edge tweeted this photo, announcing his role as John Brooke in a new version of "Little Women."
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Unexpected announcements and motivational messages arose from Mormon social media accounts this week. The LDS crowd has been busy, making movies, visiting temples and recording songs.

James the Mormon announced on Twitter he will soon release a new single.

https://twitter.com/jamesthemormon/status/870501608014004224Stephen R. Covey’s Twitter posted an inspirational quote.

Spencer McBride, the editor of Joseph Smith Papers, tweeted a little motivation as well.

Stuart Edge tweeted he was cast as John Brooke in a new "Little Women" movie, coming in 2018.

BYU tweeted birthday wishes for Brigham Young on his 216th birthday, June 1.

BYU-Idaho announced their new academic vice president, and posted the change on Twitter.

Kourtney Kardashian shared a photo on Snapchat she took of a building during her morning workout. The building photographed? The Los Angeles California Temple.

The Wilky Ways, LDS vloggers from Britain, also visited a temple, but this one in Paris, France.

The Twitter accounts of President Henry B. Eyring of the First Presidency and Elder Ronald A. Rasband of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles shared messages about the Holy Ghost.

Elder Russell M. Nelson’s Facebook account posted about drawing the power of God into our lives, “power sufficient to deal with the burdens, obstacles, and temptations of our day.”

We live in a difficult time. God sent His Only Begotten Son to help us, and His Son, Jesus Christ, gave His life for us,...

Posted by Russell M. Nelson on Monday, May 29, 2017

Quentin L. Cook’s account tweeted about a book of remembrance he received on a trip to Taiwan.

President Dieter F. Uchtdorf’s account posted on Facebook encouraging members to continue faithfully in their callings. “When serving in the Church, please give your best effort and don’t settle for less, but also remember that it is His work, and success doesn’t depend on our efforts alone,” the post read.

I understand that you may sometimes feel inadequate to fulfill a calling to serve in the Church. When I received my...

Posted by Dieter F. Uchtdorf on Saturday, May 27, 2017

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