VidAngel Studios is proud to announce its very first theatrical offering, TIM TIMMERMAN, HOPE OF AMERICA.
The 10,000+ square foot attraction, located on the main floor of the world’s largest genealogy library, uses technology to introduce visitors to their family tree. Admission is free to the public.
“I loved what this group of ladies, Allison Kimball, Risa Baker, Crystal Farish and Rhonna Farrer, had to say. The central theme of their message is that family history can be incorporated into a family’s routine activities.”
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The Life of Jesus Christ: Children’s Narratives is a set of 10 new Bible videos that parents and teachers can use as a fun yet spiritual way to include children in gospel conversations. Each video contains clips from the Life of Jesus Christ Bible Videos series coupled with interviews of kids retelling the story from the scriptures in their own words.
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Divorce is a hard subject to discuss, especially with the belief in the eternal nature of families. However, it is important to realize that everyone will be touched by divorce at some time in their life—whether it be through a family member, friend, or acquaintance. How you react to those going through this process is important.
Members of the LDS Church embrace a theology that includes a daily quest for personal perfection, if not in this life, then in the afterlife. That quest can become toxic if it morphs into self-righteousness and judgment of how well others meet one’s own internal standard. This is the first in a series of stories about the impact such judgments can have on individuals, families and the church as a whole.
“The world needs to be more outraged than it is,” he said, “when we read of the persecution, the violence, the sexual violence, the murder, the rape, the destruction of families and any social structure that these people have had — almost entire cultures being destroyed.”—Elder Holland
Scott Christopher (of BYUtv’s Granite Flats) was asked to make a video inspired by the story of “Molly” from a talk by Elder Jeffrey R. Holland to illustrate how easily home teachers “look beyond the mark.”