By now there are a few Mormon YouTubers most people are familiar with, including The Piano Guys, Lindsey Stirling, and Alex Boye. But what some people might not know is there's a host of Mormon YouTubers documenting their daily lives on YouTube. Many of these families don't shy away from sharing parts of their religious life like Family Home Evening, family prayer and scripture study, and church activities. Every day, members of the Church are finding new ways to share the gospel and do missionary work. Check out these six Mormon families who have over a million views on YouTube.
Shot of the Yeagers—349.5 mil
The Yeagers value family above all else and want to record their memories so they can look back at them for years to come. The Yeager clan consists of parents Jamie and Steve and their five children. Their videos are about anything from embarrassing moments, pranks, games, and trying new things. Their views total more than 349 million and the family posts every day.
The Bucket List Family—7 mil views
The Gee family is constantly on the move. Garrett, Jessica “Settie,” and their two kids sold their furniture, house, and car to travel around the world. By traveling around with their children they hope to “form healthy habits and create traditions that will hopefully shape us into better people the rest of our lives.” They’ve visited places such as Germany, Indonesia, Singapore, and Utah and have more than 7 million views on their channel.
Ellie + Jared—487.4 mil
Ellie and Jared are a YouTube family/lifestyle channel. They share their family’s story and excitement for living for every day. The pair talk about their challenges with fertility openly and have posted several videos dedicated to their story. They post several times a week and have a following of more than one million subscribers. Their channel features various things going on in their life with two kids; the good, the bad, and the humorous.
The Ohana Adventure—96.5 mil views
Rachel and Jase moved their family across the water from Hawaii to the United States for work but used the opportunity to become closer as a family. They post every day about various happenings in their life and try to become closer by doing the small things together, as Rachel says. They’ve been on YouTube for almost two years and have more than 400,000 subscribers.
Love Taza—2.7 mil
Love Taza is run by New York resident Naomi, “Taza.” Taza and her husband have three kids and have lived primarily on the East Coast. She uploads videos anywhere from one to four times a month and posts on her blog, Love Taza, several times a month. Her posts primarily discuss life with her family and their ongoing mini adventures.
Knorpp and South-15.5 mil
Knorpp and South is a family vlog following the Knorpp family. In the past, they documented their 18-month RV road trip around the United States and now the family is documenting their international travels. Their videos cover a variety of topics including everyday lifestyle, Q&A, advice, and travel. They have more than 100,000 subscribers and post about their travels a few times each week.