Upcoming Devotionals in June 2018

This week there are two broadcasts from the Church that you will want to tune into watch.

Friday, June 1st, 7:30 MDT the Be One concert, which commemorates the 40th anniversary of the revelation on the priesthood, will be broadcast from the Conference Center on Temple Square. Featured performers include, Gladys Knight, Alex Boyé, the Bonner family, the Unity Gospel Choir International, and members of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. The broadcast will be live on the Church satellite system, LDS.org, MoTab.org, mormonchannel.org, Facebook, Instagram, Mormon Channel for Roku, and the Mormon Channel on YouTube.

Next Sunday, June 3rd, Pres. and Sister Nelson will be speaking at a worldwide devotional for youth. Pres. Nelson has given us all an assignment of reading from The Book of Mormon everyday and to ask in our prayers to have our hearts prepared to receive what the Lord would have us learn from the broadcast.

If you miss either of these programs, they will be avalible for streaming at broadcasts.lds.org shortly after they end.

Finally, Facebook recently changed what shows up in your newsfeed — which means you are probably not seeing Millennial Star updates. If you get your Millennial Star updates via Facebook, make sure to go to our facebook page and choose the “See First” option on the Following button to keep seeing our posts.

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Joyce is a mother, wife, sister, school teacher, Bulgarian speaker, conservative, lover of good music, social media junky and a two time culinary arts Grand Champion bread baker. She and the family reside in a remote mountain community where great discoveries have been made. When not changing the world, she enjoys the occasional bowl of chips and salsa. She can be found at: http://pinterest.com/TheAtomicMom

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