Nine-part presentation about the Book of Mormon. Used with youth and adult Gospel Doctrine classes in the study of the Book of Mormon (lessons are indicated). May also be used for individual and family study.
- For Our Day. Latter-day Saint youth from around the world bear testimony of the power of the Book of Mormon in their lives. (Lesson 1.) 4:23 min.
- I Will Prepare the Day (1 Nephi 17). The direction the Lord gave to Nephi when he was commanded to build the ship is a model for a woman facing an overwhelming task. (Lesson 4.) 7:07 min.
- Becoming Children of Christ (Mosiah 2-5). Two friends learn what it means to put off the natural man and become children of Christ. (Lesson 14.) 10:38 min.
- Can You Imagine (Alma 5). A young man is placed in a courtroom and asked, by himself, several penetrating questions from the discourse in Alma 5. (Lesson 20.) 7:23 min.
- The Mediator (Alma 4-42). A portrayal of the analogy Elder Boyd K. Packer used in his April 1977 general conference address. A young man who fails to pay his debt is saved from the grasp of justice through the mediation of a friend. (Lesson 28.) 10:33 min.
- Firm in the Faith of Christ (Alma 43-48). A grandfather uses Captain Moroni as an example of a true hero for his grandson. (Lesson 29.) 14:34 min.
- The Pride Cycle (Helaman 1-12). A historical illustration of the great pride of the people of Zarahemla about twenty years before the birth of the Savior. (Lesson 31 or 32.) 14:32 min.
- My Joy Is Full (3 Nephi 17). Visuals and music highlight the Savior's visit among the inhabitants of North America, providing a unique view of his love. (Lesson 36.) 3:05 min.
- O Ye Fair Ones (4 Nephi-Mormon 6). Mormon laments the loss of his friends and loved ones in the final great battle at Cumorah. (Lesson 39.) 5:00 min.