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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will begin publishing an artistic series documenting the work and stories of several individuals as they create art inspired by general conference messages.

The first video launched Wednesday, October 11, with other videos and related messages releasing throughout the remainder of October and November on the Church’s YouTubeInstagram and Facebook channels.

Tessa Broyles

Tessa, a freelance scenic artist and muralist, grew up in Kansas. Now, based out of New York City, she often feels God is in the details of her life.

“I can’t count the number of times I have felt directed and inspired when problem-solving at work or approaching a challenging project,” she said. “I know some people would attribute little things like that to skill, experience or luck, but I know that I have had ideas come to mind, like the design for this mural project, that were a result from praying for help. Similarly, I’ve seen my prayers answered in finding work out of the blue at just the right time and meeting the right people that help me work toward my goals.

“The opportunities God has given me and the path I’ve taken have curated my abilities and skills. I can very clearly see His hand in guiding my path and my art,” she said.

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