Our Favorite 10 Latter-day Saint Christmas Videos That Will Put You in the Holiday Spirit

3. “Son of God” by Paul Cardall featuring Patrice Tipoki

This original song by Paul Cardall featuring Patrice Tipoki will have you thinking of the Nativity in an entirely new way, one that makes that sacred night more personal and meaningful. 

With music lovers streaming his songs more than 25 million times a month, it's obvious Paul Cardall knows how to tap emotions through music. The acclaimed composer/pianist does it again with Christmas. Recorded at Nashville's legendary Ocean Way Studios, the classical crossover project features Cardall's spin on such beloved holiday standards as "Hark! the Herald Angels Sing," "Bring a Torch, Jeanette, Isabella," "Away in a Manger," and " Joy to the World" as well as such compelling originals as "Son of God" and "Christmas Past."

2. “What Child Is This?” by BYU Vocal Point 

BYU’s Vocal Point sung this gorgeous rendition of “What Child Is This?” and created an incredible music video with it. 

BYU Vocal Point has been described as an "optical illusion for your ears." Their inventive a cappella style, innovative arrangements, and incredible vocal percussion continue to wow audiences everywhere.  Now for the first time, Vocal Point's music of praise and worship is featured exclusively on its own album.

1. “#LightTheWorld” from the Church 

The Church put out a series of videos for #LightTheWorld this year, and the message they shared was absolutely beautiful. "Jesus Christ, the Light of the World, spent much of His ministry caring for individuals, one by one. Join us this Christmas as we follow His example and find ways to share our time, love, and resources with those in need," the Church's website reads.

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