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What does it mean to be "all in" the Gospel of Jesus Christ in the latter days? The answers might surprise you. All In is a brand new podcast from LDS Living where we explore this question with the help of Latter-day Saints who are striving to live their faith every day—just like you.

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What does it mean to be "all in" the Gospel of Jesus Christ in the latter days? The answers might surprise you. All In is a brand new podcast from LDS Living where we explore this question with the help of Latter-day Saints who are striving to live their faith every day—just like you.

    John Bytheway: Finding Joy This Holiday Season

    John Bytheway: Finding Joy This Holiday Season

    A lot goes on in between Thanksgiving and Christmas, but in the midst of cooking and shopping, are we taking time to reflect on the cause for our celebrations or the source of joy that we feel? Do we stop to think about the Christ child who became the Savior of the world? On this week’s episode, John Bytheway explores the miracle of Jesus Christ and why that miracle can bring us joy regardless of our age—and even in the midst of a pandemic.

    "We know the source of joy. We know where to go for that. And that's why we're all in."

    Show Notes: 

    1:58- Young Men general board
    3:28- Why a Christmas book?
    4:50- Covid and Christmas
    7:11- The Three Levels of Christmas
    11:29- Allowing Christ to Grow With Us
    13:15- “That They ‘Might’ Have Joy”
    19:55- Joseph- A Nearly Anonymous Giver
    23:18- “It’s a Wonderful Life”
    28:23- “All Is Well”
    31:03- Christmas Memories
    36:19- What Does It Mean To You To Be “All In” the Gospel of Jesus Christ?

    Find the full episode transcript at ldsliving.com/allin.

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    • 41 min
    Devin Graham: Never Shying Away

    Devin Graham: Never Shying Away

    Through the lens of his camera, Devin Graham has witnessed some pretty incredible things—things he never could’ve imagined as a shy young man. But his time as a missionary in Jamaica taught him to step out of his comfort zone and today, he has worked with some of the most successful companies in the world, including Google and Disney. Although there have been key moments in Graham’s career where his standards have been called into question, he has remained true to a standard he set for himself and his channel long before those moments of decision arose.

    "Even though we may be quiet or a little bit quirky or a little bit weird, each of us have these really awesome, amazing, unique talents, that are going to help inspire somebody else."

    Show Notes

    1:38- A Little Thing Called YouTube
    4:55- Failure 24/7
    7:39- Overcoming Shyness
    12:59- Adjusting with Algorithms
    16:26- The Emails That Make It Worth It
    19:08- Decide in Advance
    24:04- Sharing the Gospel Through Video
    28:30- What the Best Filmmakers Do
    32:38- Sharing a Video, Sharing Faith
    35:10- Are We Not All Influencers
    37:16- What Does It Mean To You To Be All In the Gospel of Jesus Christ?

    Find the full episode transcript at ldsliving.com/allin.

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    • 38 min
    Tara Bench: Stirring Up Success

    Tara Bench: Stirring Up Success

    As a college student, Tara Bench saw pictures of beautiful food spreads in magazines and knew what she wanted to be: the person who made that food. It took awhile to figure out what that job would look like, but eventually she landed a dream job as a food editor at Martha Stewart Living. From there, Bench rose to senior food editor and became the food director of Ladies' Home Journal magazine. Now, Bench—perhaps best known as Tara Teaspoon—is living the New York dream, having just published her first cookbook.

    “He knows what we can handle. We aren’t exposed to anything that He’s not aware of, that we can’t deal with, with His help.”

    Show Notes

    2:33- Culinary beginnings and Light Bulb Experiences
    12:12- Martha Stewart
    19:36- Taking Every Opportunity to Learn
    22:31- Standing Out Because of Beliefs
    24:54- Embracing Change
    29:00- A Fly Wheel
    36:10- Timing
    38:24- Choosing How We View Opportunities
    41:55- The Unexpected
    44:58- What Does It Mean To Be “All In” the Gospel of Jesus Christ?

    Find the full episode transcript at ldsliving.com/allin.

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    • 47 min
    Anthony Sweat: Repicturing the Restoration

    Anthony Sweat: Repicturing the Restoration

    Our understanding of religion, whether it be scripture or history, is greatly influenced by art. The depictions we see impact not only how we picture certain passages, but also which passages we know at all. In his new book, "Repicturing the Restoration," artist Anthony Sweat felt a desire to capture some of the lesser-known parts of our Church history in hopes of expanding our understanding of the Church’s founding. Today, we talk with him about how Restoration art can change our perspective of this pivotal period.

    "Let's embrace all good, all truth. Let's learn. Let's grow line upon line, precept upon precept. Let's maybe alter some ideas we have that may not hold up under the test of time, that need to be rearranged or remodeled. Let's tackle difficult issues and celebrate the glorious achievements."

    Show Notes

    2:55- Passions Combined
    5:24- Role of Art in Religion and Christianity
    8:33- The Influence of Art on How We Picture Scripture Stories
    11:58- Why Representation in Art Matters?
    14:45- Serving Two Masters
    18:30- Source Amnesia
    31:33- First Baptism for the Dead
    25:40- Portraying What We Didn't Experience Firsthand
    29:19- Process in Painting
    34:40- "No John Trumbull"
    42:48- Things as They Really Are
    45:20- What Does It Mean To Be "All In" the Gospel of Jesus Christ?

    Find the full episode transcript at ldsliving.com/allin.

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    • 47 min
    Mandie Sherman and Natalie Moss: Sisters Outliving a Life Expectancy

    Mandie Sherman and Natalie Moss: Sisters Outliving a Life Expectancy

    When Mandie Sherman was born in 1989 with Cystic Fibrosis, she was expected to live just 18 years. Three years later, her little sister Natalie was also born with the same disease. As they have battled their condition, the two sisters have endured painful challenges and daily treatments together. And yet, they are determined to take every opportunity and live life to its fullest.

    "Knowing that our life could be cut short—really at any moment—it allows us to repent of our sins more quickly, seek mending relationships that might have been hurt, search for answers and questions that we might have, take life by the horns and say yes to that experience, take that vacation, plan that birthday party, visit that person, talk to your neighbor, talk to...your grandparents, because you don't know when the last time you're going to be able to do those things is."

    Show Notes

    2:06- What is Cystic Fibrosis?
    4:42- Day-to-day Living
    6:00- Born with a Life Expectancy
    10:47- Battling Together
    16:59- Medical Progress
    21:12- Dating and Marriage
    32:00- Personal Decisions about Giving Life
    43:20- Truly Living Life
    51:31- What Does It Mean To Be “All In” the Gospel of Jesus Christ?

    Find the full episode transcript at ldsliving.com/allin.

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    • 53 min
    Becky Higgins: “Following” Him—Discipleship on Social Media

    Becky Higgins: “Following” Him—Discipleship on Social Media

    Most of us are young enough to remember a world without social media and yet, for many of us, connecting with others online has become a part of our everyday lives. Church leaders have spoken of the power of social media. We’ve been encouraged to use it in sharing messages of light and truth, but our prophet has also issued specific invitations to take a break from it. Becky Higgins engages with over 80,000 people online as she builds a business centered on documenting life. On today's episode, she shares her thoughts on what being a disciple looks like in an online world and how we can signal that the most important person we follow is Christ.

    "I don't mean to make social media sound like such a spiritual thing but it is. ...It's between you and God. Be really intentional with who you're following for your reasons."

    Show Notes 

    3:09- Evolution of personal social media use
    4:23- Satan’s desire to divide
    6:09- Myopic
    10:22- Influence
    14:20- Documenting as a spiritual gift
    18:15- Drawing People In
    22:00- Balance Between Sharing Light and Bragging
    24:40- Social Media Overwhelm
    27:03- Following Account in Line With Your Goals
    32:40- Intentionality
    35:28- Unplugging and Fasting from Social Media
    41:32- Acknowledging Who Wants Us to Compare
    45:27- Faith Grows When We Share
    48:29- What Does It Mean To Be All In the Gospel of Jesus Christ?

    Find the full episode transcript at ldsliving.com/allin.

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    • 50 min

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