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Latter-day Saints are no strangers to the fact that even the best, brightest, and spiritually strongest of them can have the Church withdraw fellowship from them. Such was the case with the Church’s “second elder” (Doctrine and Covenants 20:3) Oliver Cowdery.
Film tells the untold story of Three Witnesses to the Book of Mormon
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-
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.
A historic day for both Congolese and American film.
Latter-day Saint artist Lyza Bull sings Disney’s “Into The Unknown” (From “Frozen 2”) by Idina Menzel, AURORA, and Panic! At The Disco featuring Brendon Urie.
In The Other Side of Heaven, Elder John H. Groberg told the gripping story of his three-year mission on the tropical islands of Tonga. His story continues with The Other Side of Heaven: The Fire of Faith, set a decade after his first mission, when Elder Groberg is called back to Tonga—this time with a growing family—to serve as mission president.