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Joseph Smith Foundation director, author, film producer, speaker  

L. Hannah Stoddard is the lead author of Faith Crisis, Volume 1: We Were NOT Betrayed!, Seer Stone v. Urim & Thummim: Book of Mormon Translation on Trial, Faith Crisis, Volume 2: Behind Closed Doors, Joseph Smith’s Plural Wives: Helen Mar Kimball, and A Christ-Centered Home. She is the director of the Joseph Smith Foundation, and producer or director of seven documentary feature films.

In addition to directing Joseph Smith Foundation projects for over a decade, she is often invited to speak on various radio and video programs. Hannah helped direct her first documentary film, beginning at age 16. She has worked as a history and literature teacher, graphic design artist, software developer, videographer, project manager, agriculturist and research assistant. Her work focuses on Church history and doctrine, answers to Latter-day Saint faith crisis questions, educational philosophy, culture, and defending the Prophet Joseph Smith. Hannah’s research supports the writings and teachings of ancient and latter-day prophets.

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Part 2: Growing Up with the Joseph Smith Foundation, Gaining a Mission & Testimony
Part 1: “Two of Joseph Smith’s Principles for Successful Family Education” 2018 Conference Keynote
American Covenant: Pilgrims, Puritans, Founders, Freemasonry & more! (Hannah Stoddard, Radio)
LDS scholars encourage new history, new policy, new Church (Hannah Stoddard, Radio)
Answering the “CES Letter”: Polygamy & the Book of Mormon Translation (Hannah Stoddard, Radio)
Solutions for Apathetic Youth (Hannah Stoddard, Radio 2016)


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5 thoughts to “Stoddard, L. Hannah

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  • Andrew Carvalho

    Even though Elder Nelson (2003), Elder Oaks (2009) and Elder Todd C (2016) wrote against the non-scriptural concept of ‘unconditional love’, LDS members continue to ‘cling’ onto its precepts and defend themselves in using ‘unconditional love’ in church discussions. I’m greatful that you produced the article that revealed the root of the false concept but more needs to be said in LDS circles to erridicate its use as doctrine.

  • Anne

    Thank you Hannah. Just seeing your face fills my heart with love. I read “Rough Stone Rolling 15 years ago. It was so shocking I went to my Relief Society sisters. They said, “Why are you reading anti-Mormon literature?” I said “but this is sanctioned by the church.” I just chose to go forward in faith. When I read your book and heard your lecture, I knew the Lord had answered my prayers. His claims about Joseph Smith were not true. I have such a spirit of discernment when you speak. What you say is so true.

    • Tara

      Anne, are you saying claims in Rough Stone Rolling about Joseph Smith were not true? I think I need to read Hannahs book.

      • Jeanne

        There are so many false narratives given about Joseph Smith and his family being involved in folk magic and treasure digging. Bushman’s sources are not credible and sometimes he even manipulates sources and falsely represents the history.


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