LDS Living is excited to announce a special youth edition of our “Real Questions” video series. These four videos will feature questions and concerns from today's youth and discussion about these topics with members of the Young Women and Young Men General Presidencies.
Hosted by author and Don't Miss This co-creator David Butler, the first of these videos will air this Sunday, February 14 at 3:00 p.m. (MST) on the LDS Living Facebook page, Instagram account, and YouTube channel. You can also find the videos right here after they air using the link LDSLiving.com/YouthRealQuestions. Subsequent videos will be released on Sundays at 3:00 p.m. (MST).
Here are the featured guests and important topics these four videos will cover:
Sunday, February 14: Grant, President Bonnie H. Cordon, and President Steven J. Lund
Thrown Off Track by COVID-19
Sunday, February 21: Natalie, Sister Michelle D. Craig, and Brother Ahmad S. Corbitt
Standing Up Against Racism
Sunday, February 28: Colby, Sister Becky Craven, and Brother Brad Wilcox
Righteous for the Right Reasons
Sunday, March 7: Scarlett, President Bonnie H. Cordon, and President Steven J. Lund
Navigating Divorce and Different Beliefs
Last summer, LDS Living introduced the “Real Questions“ video series with a special kick-off video featuring watercolor artist Kate Lee; Aliah Hall, a marriage and family therapist and contributor to the Sunday on Monday study group; Carrie Skarda, one of the authors of Power of Stillness: Mindful Living for Latter-day Saints, and author and TOFW presenter S. Michael Wilcox. In this video, the panelists discussed personal revelation and distinguishing between your own thoughts and inspiration from God.