Jul 12, 2019 8:00 am MDTCarmen Rasmusen Herbert: An unexpected winner of 'Lehi Idol' taught me to face my fears I hope more than anything, my boys can be like Colby and keep pushing through their fears, their doubts and the darkness that entices. I hope when they come to a sign that says "Stop," they look both ways, but don't stay. I hope they go for it.
Carmen Rasmusen Herbert
Carmen Rasmusen Herbert is a former "American Idol" contestant. She writes an entertainment column for the Deseret News.
Apr 12, 2019 10:00 am MDTCarmen Rasmusen Herbert: How we silence our skin from telling our story I don’t always love everything about the way I look. But my skin is mine to love, something I can take care of begrudgingly or with gratitude. And while it is important to me to take care of this skin, it is not who I am. My skin is not my soul.
Mar 30, 2019 11:30 am MDTCarmen Rasmusen Herbert: Chasing the warmth of the Son Even as I throw life vests her way, my friend may choose to swim, to ride out the waves. And I will love, love, love my mermaid friend, even as I pray for a lighthouse that will guide her back into the warmth of the Son.
Mar 15, 2019 9:15 am MDTCarmen Rasmusen Herbert: How can women take the leading role in their lives? I feel like I’ve been given some challenging opportunities to become a full, active participant in the gathering of Israel. I want to be there, standing side by side with my husband as we help move this work forward. I don’t want to miss it.
Feb 27, 2019 12:29 pm MSTCarmen Rasmusen Herbert: Lady Gaga explains 'Shallow' meaning and it's deeper than you think Using our talents to bless others can agitate the stagnant water of sadness that Lady Gaga talked about, and open the floodgates to a stream of selfless service that brings more happiness and fulfillment than any amount of fame.
Feb 12, 2019 10:00 pm MSTCarmen Rasmusen Herbert: For the strength of women “I think women are so strong. And when we are all together and we all feel comfortable to really be who we are, and not be afraid of judgment, then we push ourselves harder and we work harder and we do amazing things." — Tanya Rasmussen