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As the Easter season approaches, many people all over the world look for ways to elevate their relationship with Jesus Christ.

A new four-episode YouTube series produced by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints illustrates how four young adults with diverse backgrounds were able to strengthen their faith in the Savior during a 30-day challenge recorded as four separate vlogs.

The first episode of “Try Faith: A 30-Day Challenge,” is now available. Viewers are invited to follow along with a 30-day goal of their own that will help them strengthen their faith and relationship with Christ. The rest of the series will be released on YouTube over the next two weeks. The final episode publishes March 12.

The four vloggers, who range in age from 20-30 years, live in Nevada, Italy, Colombia and Hawaii and represent a broad range of Latter-day Saints with very different life experiences.

They were challenged to pick an invitation from general conference, the Church’s biannual religious broadcast, and find ways to apply a change or act on a gospel teaching for 30 days.

“The goal was to invite them to internalize the messages about the gospel of Jesus Christ and recognize how living the gospel changes lives for the better,” said Chad Phares, the Church’s director of enterprise social media.

The vloggers all said they sought spiritual guidance as they worked to achieve their different goals. “Each of these four people did personal things and saw personal miracles and answers to their prayers,” said Phares.

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