Free Praise to the Man DVD


We live in a time when violence and immorality saturate popular media. Studies show the amount of sexual content on TV has nearly doubled since 1998. According to another study, the average American youth watches television 25 hours a week and plays computer games an additional seven hours--with internet time above that. Furthermore, even the youngest child spends as much time watching TV as they do playing outside. These numbers caution every caring parent who are trying to shield their children from sin.

Replace immorality and violence. Living Scriptures videos and learning resources bring the message of the Savior alive in a way that entertains and delights people of all ages. Their media lifts the soul and inspires every family member to stay focused on the happiness and peace that comes from the gospel of Jesus Christ.

T.C. Christensen, the director of Joseph Smith: Prophet of the Restoration and cinematographer for The Work and the Glory, and The Testaments, directs Praise to the Man--a masterful work, filmed on location at key historical sites. You feel the power of Joseph's testimony in Liberty Jail, and you'll see his charity as he freely forgives.

With a divine answer to a humble prayer at age 14, Joseph Smith began to fulfill his inspired mission.

He translated the ancient Book of Mormon and restored the everlasting gospel of Jesus Christ. Many flocked to the American frontier to worship with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, led by the Prophet Joseph's dynamic and courageous example.

Unstopped by his martyrdom at age 38, Joseph's legacy continues today in the dedicated lives of Saints throughout the world who still sing; "Praise to the Man who Communed with Jehovah!"

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