Season 1 & 2 of the Book of Mormon Videos, which depicts the historical records from 1 Nephi through Enos, reached 25 million views in over 210 countries. The series had also gained attention from several media and publications including the New York Times.

What is the Book of Mormon Video series about?

The Book of Mormon Videos portrays the historical events in the American continent starting from a family in Jerusalem who fled to the Americas, the creation of multiple civilizations, personal visitation of Jesus Christ to the inhabitants of the Americas, and the destruction of the Nephite civilization. The production was accurately produced based on the historical records in the Book of Mormon which was translated by Joseph Smith from reformed Egyptian to English.

“Daily study of the Book of Mormon is a building block for a joyful life,” said Sister Jean B. Bingham, Relief Society General President and part of the series’ advisory board. “We know the book was written to convince the world that ‘Jesus is the Christ, the Eternal God, manifesting himself unto all nations.’ These videos can enhance one’s experience with the book’s life-changing teachings.”

Where can I watch it?

The series is safe for children with no R-rated scene from any of its episodes. It is posted through the Book of Mormon YouTube Channel, the Gospel Library App, and Gospel Media. The series is available in over 15 languages: Cantonese, Cebuano, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, Portuguese, Russian, Samoan, Spanish, Tagalog, and Tongan.

 

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Romrik Flores is a writer for Moroni Channel. He studied Humanities and Social Sciences in High School at the Lyceum of the Philippines University and is passionate about business, economics, law, and theology. He graduated with one of the highest grades in the University and had written several research papers about human psychology and addictions. He was serving a mission in Japan when it was abruptly paused due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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