Internet celebrity couple to speak at Carmel United Methodist Church


In February 2016, a lip-sync video posted on the Facebook page for Kristin and Danny Adams changed their lives.

Kristin and Danny Adams will speak April 15 at Carmel United Methodist Church. (Submitted photo)

The Hendricks County couple created a mashup of love songs where they wore different costumes. It went viral, receiving more than 300 million views on Facebook.

“We now have a global audience of nearly 1 million people who follow our online adventures,” Kristin said. “It’s been a blast and incredibly humbling to see our heart for creating family friendly content, where God is always welcome, resonating with so many people.”

Kristin and Danny will share their message of faith at 9 and 10:45 a.m. April 15 at Carmel United Methodist Church. The services are free and open to the public.

“We’ll be sharing a bit about what our lives looked like back during our dating relationship and early years of marriage, and then how things drastically changed for the better once we invited God to be a part of our relationship,” Kristin said. “We’ll also be talking about the overall purpose of marriage, and how our individual differences play a part in bringing about God’s bigger plan for our lives.”

In addition to the love songs lip-sync video that went viral, Kristin and Danny put out a new video every Friday. They say that laughter is the best medicine, quoting Proverbs 17:22, that declares, “A merry heart does good like medicine.” They’ve done lip-sync videos with Halloween songs, summer songs, songs from the movie “The Greatest Showman” and more. They also do original songs and create marriage advice videos and family travel videos.

People always ask where they get their ideas. Kristin said coming up with them is never a problem.

“It’s not so much the ideas that are hard to come by, but (it’s) the time to pull them off that proves to be most challenging,” she said. “Between our events and speaking schedules and homeschooling our two kids, we don’t get much sleep these days.”

Through it all, Kristin said faith has grounded her family.

“For us, our faith is everything,” she said. “It gets us up in the morning, guides us throughout the day and helps us to sleep peacefully at night. It’s a vital component in our marriage, parenting, relationships and business. There is a tendency to compartmentalize faith, but it was meant to be mixed into every part of our lives, so we do our best to put God first in all we do.”

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