Entertainment

Exclusive Look at Powerful New LDS Film, Freetown

Behind the Scenes of Freetown

Freetown is a powerful new film that depicts the true story of missionaries in 1990 Liberia and their dangerous journey to escape the the civil war-torn region. Filmed on location in West Africa, the film has been selected for the 2015 Pan African Film Festival, which is dedicated to the promotion of cultural understanding among peoples of African descent and building …

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‘Meet the Mormons’ Movie to Show on TV Channels, Digital Outlets

Meet the Mormons

In an effort to make “Meet the Mormons” more accessible to people around the world, the film will be distributed Tuesday, February 3 to TV channels and digital providers. Theaters in all visitors’ centers and historic sites of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints began showing the film in January. The documentary-style movie, designed to dispel common misconceptions …

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Things LDS Members Might Understand (GIFs)

Moving into a new ward.   When you’re late for a church meeting and your kids just want to play with you   When you found out that the #1 question asked at the Salt Lake Temple Visitor Center was “where’s the bathroom?” See the rest of this list on LDS S.M.I.L.E.

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This LDS Musician’s New Song Will Wrench Your Heart

Stephanie Mabey Vid

Stephanie Mabey, an LDS musician best known for penning “Glorious” from Meet the Mormons, has released a new music video that starts off humorously but quickly turns into a powerful anthem about courage and perseverance in the face of great trials. The song, ‘Til You Say So, reminds us all that: Whenever it seems like it might be too late remember there’s …

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14 Celebrities Who Would Make Great Mormons

Marcus Mariota The 2014 Heisman trophy winner and quarterback for the University of Oregon Ducks has deep Christian roots and a profound love and regard for family. In his Heisman acceptance speech, the teary-eyed Polynesian college student thanked his mother and father for teaching and raising him well. In an interview with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, when asked about …

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6 LDS Films Available to Stream on Netflix

6 LDS Films Available to Stream on Netflix

Did you know some of the most popular LDS films in recent years are available to stream on Netflix? Whether you are looking for some positive movies for family night or just want to #sharegoodness, grab the popcorn and enjoy! Joseph Smith: The Prophet of the Restoration   Released in 2005, this film depicting the life of Jospeh Smith was …

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Imagine Seeing Christmas Again as a Child

Imagine Seeing Christ Again as a Child

Do you remember as a child when Christmas brought so much joy to your heart? Did you ever feel the thrill when you saw the first sight of what Santa brought you? Or the feeling of peace you had when you listened to carolers singing? Now, fast forward. Is that feeling still strong in your heart? Or is it lost …

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The Ultimate LDS Christmas Playlist

The Ultimate LDS Christmas Playlist

At LDS Daily, we’re unashamed of our love for Christmas! There’s always some merry music pumping through our offices, and we took it upon ourselves to create the ultimate LDS Christmas playlist. Filled with beloved LDS artists and some new faces, this playlist will help you rejoice in the reason for the season! We hope you enjoy it! Do you …

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Is Peace Possible? The Christmas Truce of 1914 Tells Us It Is.

Peace is Possible - Christmas Truce of 1914

As partners of Faith Counts, a multi-religious organization looking to promote the value of faith, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints has participated in the making of a new video that commemorates the Christmas Truce of 1914, which turns 100 this Christmas Eve. BYU graphic design and animation students helped produce the video, turning the original black and …

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22 Pictures of Apostles Doing “Normal” Things

Here are some fun pictures of the Lord’s Servants doing “normal” things in public. We say “normal” because it’s not necessarily normal to throw the opening pitch at a LA Dodgers game, or have a conversation with Jerry Sloan. It’s fun to realize that they are human just like you and I, only with very special callings from the Lord. …

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