MR says: This great video was brought to our attention by LDS Media Talk, who also asks this thought-provoking question of this video: How can you apply his advice in your efforts to help new converts and less active members?
MR says: After the war, members in the Netherlands found it difficult to trust one another. Learn how potatoes healed hearts in this enlightening documentary video.
MR says: Kids in the Meadow Wood Ward, ages 3-18, tell the story of Jesus Christ's birth. So sweet.
MR says: Here's your answer. These are warmups for this year's Christmas concert. It's pretty fun to hear. :)
MR says: We love this beautiful video that teaches us that how we celebrate should reflect what we celebrate Christmas for.
MR says: It's awesome to get to see highlights of this amazing concert. Click here to read more about what it was like.
MR says: Ha! This is BRILLIANT. Truly. Josh Groban in the best.
MR says: Beautiful song by LDS artists. Dedicated to victims of the Sandy Hook shooting.
MR says: PBS recently interviewed missionaries, mission presidents, and the managing director of the Missionary Department to better understand the surge in missionary work. A fairly well done piece from a big media outlet.
MR says: Great song, great message. There are needs all around us; Christmas is all the richer for contemplating how we can give and exemplify the Savior's love.
MR says: Beautiful and simple. This is what Christmas is all about.
MR says: This moving video comes on the eve of the 1 year anniversary of the shooting at Sandy Hook elementary. See what good has come from that great tragedy in this touching video about the legacy LDS victim Emilie Parker left behind in the hearts of those who knew and loved her sweet, selfless spirit.
MR says: Kuha'o Case is an LDS teenager and piano prodigy despite his blindness. This is such a pretty song and a beautiful message about living the life the God and Jesus Christ make possible.
MR says: This kid is too cute. It's also great to see how encouraging his whole family is.
MR says: Love this classic! I can almost see Mr. Krueger leading them in this version.