Hymnal Art Journaling – Did You Think To Pray? #140

Remember last week I announced that I got a hymn to do art in? Well, here is my first ever page! I hope you enjoy the video, and please let me know in the comments if you have any questions or tell me your favorite hymn!



Teen To Teen Talk Devotional – Collaboration w/ Faithful Teens Blog!


I’m super excited to share this all with you! I have been working with other girls on this devotional and now it is here ready print! @_craftyabigail_ ( from the Faithful Teens Blog   ) got different girls on instagram (who love to Bible journal)  together to create this!

Teen To Teen Talk Devo

Girls that contributed to this devotional:



Family History Fun!

I recently saw this awesome video on the Church’s youth website – Click here to watch.

Even though our ancestors didn’t actually have social media when they lived, it’s still fun and important to imagine, know, and try to understand what they went through in their lives. Maybe they even had some of the same struggles as you do! Learn about your ancestors, draw strength from their example, and do their temple work! We are promised that as we do this work, we will be protected and our ancestors will watch out for us!

I have found that this blog is a great resource for getting started on family history work.


Obedience will protect you

I wanted to share a cool video with all of you.  Catherine did a post about a year ago, but the church made a video to illustrate the story.  If you want to see the original talk click here It is called “Blessed and Happy Are Those Who Keep the Commandments of God.” I learned from the video that God’s commandments are there for a reason, to protect us and help us to be happy.

Even though it may seem that the barrier restricts us from bigger, more fun waves, it actually protects us from the dangers – the sharks.

I know that when I have kept the commandments, I truly have been blessed and protected. I’m so thankful for that protecting barrier in my life.


Choose this day – don’t procrastinate

Ok, I’ll admit it…I sometimes can procrastinate my daily tasks to the next day. I really liked this video that I am about to show you below because it has a really good lesson about doing things today instead of tomorrow. This video I actually had to watch as a part of my seminary assignment the other day and I thought I should share it just in case if you didn’t see it.


Let me know your thoughts about this subject in the comments below!