Joseph Smith: Prophet of the Restoration Movie

Joseph Smith: Prophet of the Restoration Movie

The movie Joseph Smith: The Prophet of the Restoration was the first full-length motion picture the Church released on the Internet. The movie is about Joseph Smith, the founding prophet of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Here are all the ways you can...
Prophets of the Restoration Video Gallery

Prophets of the Restoration Video Gallery

The Church History website has a new section titled Prophets of the Restoration, which is a new video gallery featuring the life and ministry of each president of the Church from Joseph Smith to Thomas S. Monson. The site has a collection of powerful videos showing...
Youth Lessons for April: The Apostasy & Restoration

Youth Lessons for April: The Apostasy & Restoration

Each month, LDS youth around the world study a different doctrinal principle that is coordinated across Young Men, Young Women, and youth Sunday School classes. The topic for April is the The Apostasy and the Restoration. Youth will come to understand the Great...
Prophets of the Restoration Video

Prophets of the Restoration Video

The Prophets of the Restoration videos feature testimonies of each of the latter-day presidents of the Church from Joseph Smith to Thomas S. Monson. Along with the video, you can read the text of each of their testimonies.  
Joseph Smith: The Prophet of the Restoration Movie

Joseph Smith: The Prophet of the Restoration Movie

The movie “Joseph Smith: The Prophet of the Restoration” (the movie shown in the Joseph Smith Memorial Building) is now available on the new Doctrine & Covenants and Church History Visual Resource DVD set. In addition to the movie on Joseph Smith, the...
Why Are There Multiple Accounts of the First Vision?

Why Are There Multiple Accounts of the First Vision?

One of the new entries in the Topics and Questions section of the Gospel Library is the entry Multiple Accounts of the First Vision. In the spring of 1820, God the Father and Jesus Christ appeared to Joseph Smith as he prayed in a grove of trees near his home in...
Latter-day Saint Songs of Devotion for Everyday Listening

Latter-day Saint Songs of Devotion for Everyday Listening

The Church provides a “Songs of Devotion” music collection with recordings of sacred music in a variety of musical styles for everyday listening. Different musical styles resonate with different individuals, and this collection will grow over time to include many...
Hashtags and URLs for General Conference

Hashtags and URLs for General Conference

Hashtags Many social media sites let you categorize your posts by using hashtags. Hashtags consist of a pound sign (#) followed by a key word(s). These subject tags can be searched on sites such as X (formerly named “Twitter”), Facebook, Instagram,...
Resources for LDS Missionary Preparation

Resources for LDS Missionary Preparation

This article reviews key materials that prospective missionaries can use to prepare for missionary service.   Standard Works. It goes without saying that prospective missionaries should read all four books of scripture before their missions. Order printed scriptures....
Hashtags and URLs for General Conference

Hashtags and URLs for General Conference

Hashtags Many social media sites let you categorize your posts by using hashtags. Hashtags consist of a pound sign (#) followed by a key word(s). These subject tags can be searched on sites such as Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Pinterest, Flickr, and Tumblr...
Helpful Resources for Understanding LDS Church History

Helpful Resources for Understanding LDS Church History

The Church has produced many resources to help us better understand early Latter-day Saints as the Restoration unfolded. The gospel was restored almost 200 years ago—in a time when life was different in many ways. Yet the challenges of early Church members were also...
Is It Wrong to Have Questions About the Church?

Is It Wrong to Have Questions About the Church?

The section “Truth Will Make You Free” in the For the Strength of Youth guide explains that God wants us to always be learning and seeking truth. But when we have questions, how can we find answers? Having questions is not a sign of weakness or lack of...

Pin It on Pinterest