In this inspirational ode to parenthood, a father reflects back on the moment that changed his life forever—the day his daughter was born.
One chapter is over, yet another begins . . .
Volley’s asynchronous video aims for the best of Slack, Zoom, SMS, and face-to-face teamwork all in one app.
IN HONOR OF DAVID WHITMER’S BIRTHDAY, FIRST LOOK AT NEW FEATURE FILM WITNESSES RELEASED TODAY -Highly anticipated film tells the untold story of Three Witnesses to the Book of Mormon-
#StartingToday, we can restart, repent, and reevaluate everything in life because of the Atonement and Resurrection of Jesus Christ. If we hear Him, love Him, and follow Him, His teachings can reshape us, his redemption can rescue us, His Resurrection can reunite us, and His love can renew us – day after day. Visit ComeUntoChrist.org to learn more about how He can change your life.
Mat and Savanna Shaw entertain with this version of Let It Snow / Winter Wonderland
Join this livestream onDecember 13th, where you’ll not only see great performances, along with a special presentation of the Christmas short film that launched The Chosen, you’ll also see a sneak peek of highlights of Season 2!
“To celebrate the birth of Christ this holiday season, The Chosen is hosting a Christmas special, featuring 12 artists (including yours truly, For KING & COUNTRY, Mandisa, Hillsong United, The Bonner Family, Chris Tomlin, Zach Williams, Phil Wickham, and Stephen McWhirter). We filmed our performance on The Chosen’s incredible set (which is as close to Jerusalem 1 A.D. as you can get), and we can’t wait for you to see it.”
Living Scriptures is pleased to release Shoelaces for Christmas as a top new title, a film produced by Bryce W. Fillmore, who is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. This touching film, based on Craig S. Buehner’s novel, is the transformation story of a teenaged girl named Jennifer. She is self-absorbed and irresponsible, and her father thinks some service at the community homeless shelter is a perfect antidote. Through serving there and serving her sickly mother, Jennifer learns valuable lessons about charity, love, and friendship.