This week on social: Elder Uchtdorf posts of a favorite hymn from his youth, Elder Holland announces new BYU president

Elder Stevenson tweets admiration for Muslims and their dedication to God and Sister Craig states, ‘No one is going to be offended by you being nice’

Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles posted on Instagram on March 22 about one of his favorite hymns in his youth, “Master, the Tempest Is Raging.” “If we welcome Jesus Christ, the Prince of Peace, into our boat, we need not be frightened,” he said. “We will know that we can find peace amid the storms that swirl inside us and around us.”

Elder Jeffrey R. Holland of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles announced a new president of Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, on March 21. Writing about it on Facebook the next day, he said, “There is strong future in store for Brigham Young University as it continues to share its light with the world.”

Primary General President Susan H. Porter asked on Facebook, “What can you invite a baptized child to do?” She shared a personal experience she had of a Primary child setting a good example.

On March 22, Elder Ulisses Soares of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles posted on Facebook about recently being with BYU-Hawaii students. “Choosing to believe and develop faith in Jesus Christ increases our access to godly power, regardless of the disappointments and uncertainties of life,” he said. “It is the source of living with divine purpose and eternal perspective.”

On Instagram, on March 18, Sister Michelle D. Craig of the Young Women general presidency posted with @thebookofmormon. She said, “It gives me great comfort to know that when I build my foundation on Jesus Christ and His gospel, I know that it is a foundation that is sure and steady.”

Sister Craig posted on Instagram on March 23 about deciphering between personal thoughts and spiritual impressions. She said, “No one is going to be offended by you being nice, and in time, we’ll find ourselves hearing Him and feeling closer to Him.”

Posting on Facebook about ancestry and temple work, Elder Gerrit W. Gong of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles said on March 21, “Through our faith in Jesus Christ, may we become a welding link in our generations.”

Sister Rebecca L. Craven of the Young Women general presidency and @thebookofmormon posted together on Instagram on March 21, saying, “Just like how Lehi describes the fruit as the ‘most sweet, above all that I ever before tasted’ (1 Nephi 8:11), that is how we must imagine God’s love for us.”

On March 23, Elder Gary E. Stevenson of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles tweeted, “Ramadan Mubarak to our Muslim friends around the globe.” He expressed admiration for their dedication to God.

Young Men general President Steven J. Lund posted on Facebook on March 23. He shared a personal experience and said, “I am choosing to do hard things with Christ. Will you join me?”

On Instagram, Brother Milton Camargo of the Sunday School general presidency posted about the parable of the pearl of great price in Matthew 13:45–46. He testified, “The gospel of Jesus Christ, our Heavenly Father’s plan of happiness and the covenants and ordinances that bind me and my family to the Father and to Christ have been the greatest thing in my life.”

Brother Bradley R. Wilcox of the Young Men general presidency posted on Facebook on March 24 about a service project that he was impressed by. “I am so inspired by the countless hours of service given by Latter-day Saints all over the world,” he said.

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