Social media—it's a great place to share our faith, our beliefs, and our . . . unique culture. Here are just a few clever examples of those who are not afraid to share a little about what it means to be Mormon online.
My friend’s ward is learning a controversial new hymn today in sacrament meeting pic.twitter.com/VbWFnsHEvl— graduate abs (@itsabsaf) June 3, 2018
Female teenage investigator:
So you start as a Beehive, then move to Mia Maid, then move to Laurel?
Missionary: Not Yanny..... Laurel
Investigator: that’s what I said.@TheMormonLikes— Bergy (@Ice_Bergy) May 16, 2018
I cannot be held responsible for what my face does while some folks bear their “testimony.” —Z 😂 #MormonProbs#FastAndTestimony#MormonOpenMicSundaypic.twitter.com/SMKhKbKMnE— Sistas in Zion (@SISTASinZION) May 6, 2018
Strange But True: In the time it took for the Royal Wedding to conclude today, 70 times 7 Mormons were married— TheMormonLikes (@TheMormonLikes) May 19, 2018
A Poor Wayfaring Man of Grief is the Bohemian Rhapsody of hymns— TheMormonLikes (@TheMormonLikes) June 4, 2018
as near as I can tell there's two kinds of Mormons who grew up in the nineties: those who were allowed to watch the Simpsons and those who weren't.— gnome chompsky (@nihilists4jesus) July 10, 2018
Bishop: Everyone remembers this primary song right?
New Convert: pic.twitter.com/gXJMD8OkCL— Mormonger (@Mormonger) July 18, 2018