By The Associated PressMormons in Utah have been struggling for years to find a place for their music in a community that’s long felt marginalized.

As more and more young people of faith find themselves excluded from mainstream Mormon culture, the Mormon church is struggling to find an identity.

And that’s a problem the Mormon music community is in dire need of.

I Was just here to help,” a track from 2014 that was released last year, is a poignant and moving account of how the LDS Church shaped my life and shaped who I am.

It is also a testament to the faith and dedication of many Mormons who’ve helped shape my identity, music and life.

I Was Just here to Help is a collection of music videos from the Mormons, many of whom grew up in the Church.

It includes videos that show the Mormon pioneers, as well as Mormon musicians, in action.

The LDS Church and Mormon music are at the center of a complicated relationship that transcends faith and race.

Many people in the Mormon community say they want to see the Church “grow in the public consciousness” in a way that respects and honors its history and culture.

But it’s not just about getting more people to hear Mormon music.

They also want to hear that it’s diverse and includes many different voices.

For a church that’s still very much defined by racial and religious exclusivity, there’s no doubt that the Mormon Church is facing a difficult time right now.

But the music that the church produces is an important part of its history, identity and the cultural landscape of the United States.

I Am Here To Help is available for free on YouTube, Spotify and other digital services.

A couple of years ago, when Mormon music was still only available in some of Utah’s largest Mormon cities, I was one of the first people to be able to access it.

After I was born in the U.S. and grew up with Mormon music in my music and movies, I started to hear a lot about the Mormon experience and its music in other parts of the world.

The Mormon church in Utah has been one of those places where Mormons are now able to learn more about what Mormonism is about.

When I was younger, I wasn’t aware of how much Mormon music and culture shaped my music.

When I was growing up in Utah, I would listen to music that was more hip-hop than Mormon music, and I was a big fan of rock and pop.

The Mormon music world is a vibrant, diverse place, and there’s a lot of great music that people are making.

I think that’s one of its main strengths.

I feel like I’ve learned a lot from my Mormon friends, and that’s part of what keeps me going as a Mormon.

This story originally appeared in the August 2016 issue of The Associated, which is published by the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.