2001 . History, Documentary, Family . 1h 21m
As Narrator 1. Born in Missouri at the height of mob persecution, denied fatherly guidance at age five and the love of his mother at age thirteen, Joseph F. Smith was reared by the hand of the Lord from orphaned boy to sixth President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Witness the faith, devotion and struggles required to drive a team of oxen across the plains, serve numerous missions abroad, withstand the mistreatment of an intolerant nation, and ultimately rise to be a Prophet of God.
2014 . Drama . 2h 4m
Executive producer. Over the years, three friends have worked hard to conceal past secrets, hatred, and deceit. Using their families and friends to distract them from the pain will only last so long. They will soon come face to face with their past, while trying to convince everyone, including themselves, that "Yesterday Is Still Gone."
2006 . 1h 0m
As Narrator 1. Born in 1895, Spencer W. Kimball learned to work hard and love the gospel. Called as an apostle in 1943, Spencer worked unceasingly, despite many severe health problems. After helping troubled Saints overcome grievous sin, Elder Kimball wrote The Miracle of Forgiveness, which is a virtual textbook for those seeking spiritual healing. Called as the 12th President of the Church in 1973, Spencer adopted the mottos of "Do It" and "Lengthen Your Stride." His love for all peoples of the earth led to the 1978 revelation allowing all worthy male Church members to receive the Priesthood.
2000 . Documentary, Family, History . 1h 28m
As Narrator. The only modern day Prophet to be born outside America, John Taylor championed the Bible throughout his youth and followed his convictions to America. Though he testified of his religious destiny early on, it wasn't until hearing the true gospel from Elder Parley P. Pratt that he received the tools necessary to complete his noble mission. He witnessed the death of the Prophet Joseph, yet his tireless labors breathed life into the Church. As a Defender of Truth, he defied persecutors, critics and mobs, valiantly leading the Church through some of its most trying times.