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The first in a new series of nine Book of Mormon Videos showing how Jesus Christ ministered in the ancient Americas is now available.
In the closing session of the October 2022 general conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, President Russell M. Nelson shared a clip from the videos depicting the Savior’s appearance to the people of Nephi in 3 Nephi 11.
“Recently, Sister Nelson and I had the opportunity to preview the new season four of the Book of Mormon Videos series,” the prophet said. “We were inspired by them!”
The new videos from 3 Nephi will be published each Friday in October and November. All are available in 15 languages: Cantonese, Cebuano, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, Portuguese, Russian, Samoan, Spanish, Tagalog, and Tongan. They can be viewed on YouTube, the Book of Mormon app, Gospel Library (online and app) and Gospel Media (online and app).
The following is the release schedule for the other 3 Nephi videos:
- October 7: “Jesus Christ Teaches and Gives Power to Baptize” | 3 Nephi 11–12
- October 14: “Jesus Christ Teaches How to Live the Higher Law” | 3 Nephi 12–14
- October 21: “Jesus Christ Testifies of One Fold and One Shepherd” | 3 Nephi 15–16
- October 28: “Jesus Christ and Angels Minister with Compassion” | 3 Nephi 17
- November 4: “Jesus Christ Introduces the Sacrament” | 3 Nephi 18
- November 11: “The Disciples Minister and Jesus Christ Prays for the People” | 3 Nephi 19
- November 18: “Jesus Christ Explains How He Will Gather Israel” | 3 Nephi 20–23
- November 25: “Jesus Christ Declares the Name of His Church and His Doctrine” | 3 Nephi 27
The first Book of Mormon Videos were published in 2019. Videos from the series have been viewed nearly 53 million times. They depict universal themes of family, faith and sacrifice through some of the book’s most beloved stories. The project is designed for a worldwide audience with varying levels of literacy and augments viewers’ study of the written word.
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