Face to Face with Musical Artists

  • October 11, 2017
Date
October 11, 2017
Location
Online Event

LDS artists Lexi Walker, Nik Day, Nicole Luz, Patch Crowe, and Madilyn Paige will answer questions and perform several songs at a Face to Face event on October 11, 2017.

Article Highlights

  • Watch Wednesday, October 11, at 6:00 p.m. MDT on LDS.org, Facebook, and YouTube.

Youth are invited to participate in the worldwide Face to Face with musical artists event on October 11, 2017. LDS artists Lexi Walker, Nik Day, Nicole Luz, Patch Crowe, and Madilyn Paige will answer questions and perform several songs.

Lexi Walker, who has performed around the world, said that Face to Face events she watched in the past helped answer questions she had. “The gospel unites youth all around the world, regardless of language, race, culture, or economy,” she added. “We are all children of God, with the same concerns and questions.”

“Music has such a powerful effect in our lives,” said Nik Day, who recently released a Christian album he hopes will strengthen others’ faith in Christ. “I can’t wait to talk about my experiences with music and how it has influenced me and increased my desire to follow the Savior.”

“Music has given me so many opportunities to share the gospel with people all over Brazil,” said Nicole Luz, who starred in Brazil’s version of The Voice Kids at age 13 and recorded several songs on the Portuguese 2017 Mutual theme album. “I am excited to tell the youth of the Church how sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ has blessed my life.”

Patch Crowe, a member of the boy band Beyond 5 who recently returned from serving in the Scotland/Ireland Mission, said one of the greatest lessons he learned was that he was given gifts and talents to bless others’ lives, not his own. “As we look outside of ourselves, God will show us a glimpse of who He knows we are,” he said.

Madilyn Paige, who competed on The Voice at age 16, said, “It's so easy to get caught up in the world's perspective and lose sight of your purpose.” She hopes to remind youth that their real worth comes from being sons and daughters of God.

How to participate

  • Youth can ask questions before and during the broadcast on LDS.org.
  • Watch Wednesday, October 11, at 6:00 p.m. MDT as part of a Mutual activity, or participate with your friends or family at home.
  • View live on LDS.org, Facebook, and YouTube.

The Church’s Face to Face events are live, interactive question-and-answer broadcasts to targeted audiences. President Henry B. Eyring of the First Presidency and Elder Jeffrey R. Holland of the Quorum of the Twelve were featured in a worldwide Face to Face event March 4. Other musical guests have included David Archuleta, Lindsey Stirling, and the Piano Guys. (Find all Face to Face events here.)

Worldwide Face to Face events are streamed live on LDS.org and archived for future use.

Stake technology specialists

Stake technology specialists should refer to the broadcast schedule when it becomes available approximately two weeks prior to the event.