Stake Youth Videos

Below are videos made in two different stakes for the young women.

The video below with young men from the Grantsville West Stake was presented to the young women during their annual Young Women in Excellence meeting on 10/14/2012.

The idea was taken from the Citris Heights One Take Lip Dub, the video below, made for the Citrus Heights girls camp.

Below is their “Smile – One Take Music Video” used at their young women’s camp the year before.

I thought you’d enjoy watching these and marveling in the creativity of our young people and the positive message they send.

Here are more videos on the same theme.

After you watch a video, click the YouTube logo in the bottom right of the video so you can go to YouTube and click Like. Then you can also leave a comment. These actions make videos more popular on YouTube so they will be more likely to be seen by others. Here’s a list of other member-created videos I’ve shared. If you find other videos you think I should share, post a comment below.

Check back next week and I’ll post more videos like this.

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  • angie in the thick of it October 17, 2012, 6:54 am

    Oh my goodness! My girls and i spent too much time this morning watching these videos!! Thanks a lot for making them late for school! Ha! So so cool. Thanks for putting together these vids. I am picturing these young men on missions and that makes me excited 🙂 Kudos to the leaders in these stakes who invested so much to help the youth put together something so unique.

  • Carly October 17, 2012, 7:39 am

    These are great. You missed one! There is another one out there from Colorado –

  • Kathleen October 17, 2012, 7:43 am

    Thanks for posting these videos, what great young men to share a wonderful uplifting message with young women who often feel inadequate with all the other things they see in the media.

  • Carly October 17, 2012, 8:21 am

    Just found another one from the Mount Mahogany Stake! Are there any more?

  • Ourania October 17, 2012, 8:26 am

    This is absolutely amazing! If more young men did this sort of thing for the young women all over the world, there would be so much more respect for the sexes at activities, church, dances, etc. I sat awestruck between laughter and tears because really moved me that we have such wonderful Young Men in the church!! I hope they all serve missions and one day return to sing one of these wonderful songs to their future brides – now that would be awesome!

  • Alisha October 17, 2012, 10:37 am

    These videos brought me to tears. What an amazing way to follow the prophet. Thank you for honoring young women.

  • Valerie Lee October 17, 2012, 6:54 pm

    GREAT job! Can’t wait to see what other videos you will post! My kids all loved em!

  • Cattleya October 18, 2012, 3:29 pm

    What an admirable group of young men! I truly enjoyed their music as well as their clean-cut appearance. You honored the young women, but you also are well deserving of honor and applause. Shine on and continue to be an influence for good in this “darkened world.”

  • Janet October 19, 2012, 1:10 am

    How awesome!!!!! These guys really know the true score and I’m proud of them. Keep up the good works.

  • Kathy October 19, 2012, 3:39 pm

    Sent this link to all my granddaughters to let them know there are wonderful young men out there! Thanks so much for being so creative and kind.

  • Barrett October 23, 2012, 11:19 pm

    Here is another one! I feel like this one is really in the spirit of the new missionary announcement! 🙂

  • ally October 29, 2012, 4:49 pm

    o my gosh that was so sweet good job to all u guys
    i hope u relize u have touched everyone who has watched this..
    it made my day

  • erin November 16, 2012, 8:19 am

    Thank you for making such a great video! My kids watch it several times a day. We used to live in Grantsville so we love seeing how grown you all are. It has now become the only thing my 18 month old will watch. He sits at the computer and sings na-na-na until I put your video on and then he claps. You are all such a good example of what good, clean cut young men should be. Good job boys! We love it!

  • SilverRain November 19, 2012, 10:54 am

    Am I the only one who finds these messages well-intentioned, but horrifying?

    It’s still objectification: you’re valuable because of what you do for me. You look great, therefore you are lovable. Shudder.

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