Willard and Rebecca Bean accept a mission call to serve in Palmyra, New York–the first missionaries to return since the saints left. They use all their assets–boxing, service, love and tenacity to accomplish amazing things. (Description from Living Scriptures)
When Marie Madeleine Cardon was 5 or 6 years old, she had the following dream which prepared her and her family to receive the Restored Gospel when missionaries later visited the Alps.
Who are the two prophets in Revelation 11? The two messengers who lie dead in the great city? An assassination by enemies, a forbidden burial by persecutors, and bodies lying in the street for three and a half days are only a few of the clues found in scripture revealing their identity. The two prophets have generally been shrouded in mystery . . . until now.
The film follows President Lorenzo Snow as he tries to resolve the church’s mounting debt and the struggles of the Mormon settlers suffering through drought. In the film, President Snow prophesies to the people of St. George that they will be able to harvest their crops if they obey the law of tithing. (Description from Wikipedia)
Kerry Muhlestein is a professor of ancient scripture at Brigham Young University. PhD in Egyptology at UCLA in 2003.
- Bracken County, Kentucky
- January 20, 1803 – Born
The For Our Day documentary series explores the prophetic parallels in the Book of Mormon referencing statements from latter-day prophets of God and the Standard Works. For Our Day: Covenant on the Land discusses the covenant on the Promised Land for both ancient and modern inhabitants. For Our Day: Divinely Sanctioned Governments compares the Nephite and Latter-day governments of liberty.
A moving and powerful example of obedience, miracles and the power of prayer. This film depicts a miraculous pioneer story from the early Mormon saints in Utah. It was produced with an LDS (A Pioneer Miracle) and non-LDS (In the Arms of Angels) version. Below is the LDS version’s trailer, and the full film for the non-LDS version.
SummaryContains letters by George A. Smith, Lorenzo Snow, Paul A. Schettler, and Eliza R. Snow, of Utah
SummaryEliza Roxcy Snow Young was one of the most celebrated Latter-day Saint women of the nineteenth century. A renowned poet, she chronicled history and expounded scripture and doctrine. She was a plural wife of Joseph Smith, Jr. and was the second general president of the Relief Society of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) from 1866 until her death.
During the “Zion’s Camp March” of 1834 the men dug into a burial mound overlooking the Illinois river where they found the skeleton of an ancient warrior. Joseph Smith received a revelation that his name was Zelph. Wayne May tells the full account in this clip taken from the DVD “Book of Mormon Archaeology in North America”.