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A Flood of Covenant-Keeping Latter-day Saint Women Who Follow The Prophet Are Standing for Truth on Social Media

A Flood of Covenant-Keeping Latter-day Saint Women Who Follow The Prophet Are Standing for Truth on Social Media

Covenant-keeping Latter-day Saint women, God is calling you. He’s calling you to stand up for what you believe. He’s calling you to share the joy that comes into your lives from living the gospel of Jesus Christ.

There are countless covenant keeping Latter-day Saint women who are a light on the “social media hill” and have stood upon the proverbial wall, as Samuel the Lamanite, to declare truth to a world that is becoming increasingly wicked.

The following is a list of just a few of these amazing women that are sharing joy that comes into their lives because of membership in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and their covenant relationship that binds them to Christ.

We are so grateful for these amazing women who take a stand in a time when it is much easier, and much more comfortable, to figuratively stay seated.

She Shares Goodness

Priscilla Davis - She Shares Goodness

Instagram Bio

Priscilla Davis. Learning how to be emotionally resilient in these latter days as we learn how to #HearHim and Let God Prevail.

Recently Shared Words of Wisdom:

I’m not going to lie, my friends and I talk about how scary it is to be “different from the world” these days but we gotta be! Not for our own sake, but for our children. They need our guidance, our example and our testimonies. Who’s with me?

I Am Sara Phelps

I am Sara Phelps Instagram account

Instagram Bio

I’m Sara. I encourage Latter-day Saints to follow the prophet and stay in the church when so many are leaving. Follow along with me.

Recently Shared Words of Wisdom:

I have a confession. I don’t like the phrase “My Jesus ____ (Fill in the blank). I get why people use it. It evokes a feeling of closeness with our Savior.

But Jesus is the same for everyone. He isn’t one way to some people and another way to other people. And the problem is when people use that phrase to make Him into whoever they want him to be — someone who will always validate their own desires, beliefs and wishes >> for example, “My Jesus doesn’t care that I don’t go to church on Sunday.”

Or, it is used as an excuse to disregard words from the Prophet or apostles if we find them offensive >> “My Jesus would never say such hurtful things.”

Jesus is immensely loving, kind, compassionate, merciful and understanding. But He also expects everyone to follow his commandments. Rather than declaring who we think “our” Jesus is, I think we should get to know our Savior for who he actually is.

Lynette Shepherd

lynnette shepherd

Instagram Bio

 Will you stand with me? Alongside Jesus and His prophets Let’s grow our faith by putting it into action.

Recently Shared Words of Wisdom:

Want to get smarter? Follow the prophet. He can see around corners. He will help you see thing you cannot see. This talk by Sheri Dew is OUTSTANDING and SO timely!(As her talks ALWAYS are!)

My favorite quote: “Sustaining prophets in today’s world takes faith. But not faith in them; faith in Jesus Christ who called them.” All the Amens!!

If we believe prophet are called of God, we must also have faith that He knows them perfectly and has absolute trust in them (even though they are not perfect).

Becky Squire

Becky SquireInstagram Bio

Helping you to seek gospel truth and #ShareGoodness online. Teaching you how to discover your spiritual gifts.

Recently Shared Words of Wisdom:

There are some questions you SHOULD ask influencers, and some you definitely SHOULDN’T (Click to see)​​​​​​​​ “If most of the information you get comes from social or other media, your ability to hear the whisperings of the Spirit will be diminished.” – President Nelson ​​​​​​​​
It’s our responsibility to discern the impact influencers are having on us. Leave the personal, spiritual questions to scriptures and prayer. ​​​​​​​​

You can learn more about Beck Squire at her website

Poherful | Emma Ellis

Instagram Bio

Encouraging women to find their roles and potential within Latter-Day Saint temples, priesthood covenants, and priesthood power.

Recently Shared Words of Wisdom:

“Every woman and every man who makes covenants with God and keeps those covenants, and who participates worthily in priesthood ordinances, has direct access to the power of God. Those who are endowed in the house of the Lord receive a gift of God’s priesthood power by virtue of their covenant, along with a gift of knowledge to know how to draw upon that power.” -President Russell M. Nelson, “Spiritual Treasures” General Conference 2019.

The Hayley Clark

Instagram Bio

disciple of Christ @churchofjesuschrist / owner + designer @thehoneymark / homeschool mom + restauranteur wife / worried about Jesus’ following, not mine.

Recently Shared Words of Wisdom:

“The motivation for raising the warning voice is love—love of God and love of fellowman. To warn is to care. The Lord instructs that it is to be done “in mildness and in meekness” and “by persuasion, by long-suffering, by gentleness … , and by love unfeigned.” Elder Christofferson

genconflove | Courtney Tolman

Instagram Bio

Just a girl that’s striving to share a little light in your feed.

Recently Shared Words of Wisdom:

I feel blessed to never have felt “less than” in The church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. I know many women struggle with this, and I have compassion for them. It’s a real thing and a challenge for many.

For me, my confidence has always come through Him. I know who I am, because I’ve fought to find her. I don’t allow others opinions or thoughts about me (or women) determine my worth. He is the only one I seek approval from.


Instagram Bio

Christ > Culture ➡️ Intentional Discipleship

Recently Shared Words of Wisdom:

People would probably agree that in most situations, it is fairly easy to determine if something is right or wrong. The difficulty comes when we need to determine if something is truly right or close to right. Close to right is off just enough that it can take us in a direction that will slowly move us away from God’s pure truth.

Luckily we do not have to sift through truths on our own. Discernment is understanding or knowing something through the power of the spirit. Let the spirit guide while trying to determine truths.

onceuponasonrisa | Sonrisa Hasselbach

sonrisa hasselbach

Instagram Bio

Here to help you find confidence through Christ. / 👑 Miss Lehi American- You don’t have to look perfect to do great things. / 🎥 Humor, Jesus, Family

Recently Shared Words of Wisdom:

“Messages from our Heavenly Father are strikingly different. He communicates simply, quietly, and with such stunning plainness that we cannot misunderstand Him.” Russell M Nelson

He loves you!! That’s the most important reassurance you need! Don’t let it be diluted by loud, boastful messages of the world.

The Role of Righteous Women

“Much of the major growth that is coming to the Church in the last days will come because many of the good women of the world (in whom there is often such an inner sense of spirituality) will be drawn to the Church in large numbers. This will happen to the degree that the women of the Church reflect righteousness and articulateness in their lives and to the degree that the women of the Church are seen as distinct and different—in happy ways—from the women of the world.

Among the real heroines in the world who will come into the Church are women who are more concerned with being righteous than with being selfish. These real heroines have true humility, which places a higher value on integrity than on visibility. Remember, it is as wrong to do things just to be seen of women as it is to do things to be seen of men. Great women and men are always more anxious to serve than to have dominion.

Thus it will be that female exemplars of the Church will be a significant force in both the numerical and the spiritual growth of the Church in the last days.” – Spencer W. Kimball

Valiant Conference

Here’s an incredible update! These nine women that we highlighted have joined together to organize Valiant Conference – A gathering of Latter-day Saint women who confidently stand with Christ.

Gather with women who love their Savior and who want to become more confident in standing with Christ. Know that you are not alone in your beliefs and that there are others standing by you. In this conference, we hope to strengthen one another by learning more about faith, truth, covenants and more. We are determined to follow Christ in these latter days.

Stand valiantly with us. 

Learn more about the conference here.


Friday 27th of January 2023

You never include women of color, I believe that there's women of color all over the world that are members of the church but you never include women of color.

Ben Arkell

Wednesday 15th of March 2023

I would love to include some in this article if you want to pass along some people that follow.


Wednesday 15th of March 2023

@Catherine, who are some women of color of our faith that you follow on social media? What are some recent words of wisdom from them? Follow his example and share what you have witnessed for others of us to also follow.



Monday 5th of December 2022

Love that they are light! It is hard and heart breaking to see so many confused by the popular philosophies of the day. Ive lived long enough to see how the trends of what is popular come and go. It seems our young generation thinks they are the first ones to have been enlightened and liberated only to discover the heart break they have bought into. Thank you for being so strong and a voice for what is good and right and true.