MR says: From the director of 17 Miracles comes a new miracle movie you're sure to remember.
MR says: Viral LDS blogger Seth Adam Smith found himself abroad for a lot of this year. But like the folk tale, he realized his "priceless pearl" was actually waiting for him at home.
MR says: Emily Brown arranged and performed this version of the Primary song “I’m Trying to Be like Jesus” exclusively for Mormon Channel.
MR says: "I don't think anybody in the world has done this before," says Payne's trainer, Leang Ching.
This ward family is an example of true service and charity. Melissa's Ramp "Every man should love his neighbor as himself, ...there should be no contention among them." - http://bit.ly/Mosiah23-15 Posted by The Book of Mormon: Another Testament of Jesus Christ on Wednesday, April 8,...
MR says: With a worldwide church that includes beautiful temples, chapels, a missionary program, universities, and operating expenses, have you ever wondered how Mormons pay for everything?
MR says: Members in Thailand learned this Sunday that a new temple is being planned in Bangkok.
MR says: Fighting 2000 young Nephites is a lot harder than it sounds....
MR says: Find out what happens when Elders Gaye and Nyanforh are forced to run from rebels set on killing every member of Elder Gaye's tribe.
MR says: Performed in front of the new Payson Temple, this hymn medley will give you chills!
MR says: Because of the Resurrection, Jesus Christ lives. Because of Him, you can overcome sin and experience everlasting joy. Learn more about how you can discover, embrace, and share the joy of the Resurrection at helives.mormon.org.
MR says: Take an Easter walk through the Holy Land with respected scholar Truman G. Madsen.
What a hilarious video from LDS funnyman Kirby Heyborne and his Singles Ward buddy Lincoln Hoppe. Check out more of their videos at their YouTube channel.
MR says: You should also check out here recent Les Mis medley.
A dramatic and accurate TV series based on the Bible premieres this Easter Sunday on NBC: A.D. The Bible Continues. Watch a teaser and find out what scholars have to say about the show.
Buzz has been building around a new Bible series NBC will premiere this Sunday: A.D. The Bible Continues. The show is a continuation of the hit miniseries The Bible which the History Channel originally aired in 2013, and starts in the first episode portraying the events associated with Easter (which makes it a perfect thing to watch this Easter Sunday).
To get a sense of the show, check out this special preview of the first episode: