LDS church’s emotional video reaches out to those struggling with addiction

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SALT LAKE CITY – The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is working to reach those struggling with addiction in a new video on its YouTube channel.

The video features singer Jill Chipman performing “Be Still My Soul” and follows a young mother who loses her children because of drug addiction.

It’s part of the Mormon Channel’s “12 Steps to Change” series.


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      They are only there to help those who want to help themselves. Decent society and not just the mormons that judge pedophiles, and nobody wants anything to do with them.

      In prison pedophiles have to be protected from the rest of the inmates who wouldn’t think twice about killing them.

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