Joseph F. Smith Videos

    Testimony of Joseph F. Smith
    Recorded in his own voice, Joseph F. Smith admonishes Church members to serve faithfully and to know that he is firm in the faith. (0:44)
    Preparation of Joseph F. Smith: True Blue, Through and Through
    Joseph F. Smith faces an unruly mob and declares fearlessly his membership in the Church. (1:31)
    Preparation of Joseph F. Smith: I Am Clean
    Joseph F. Smith recounts a vision received as a young missionary in Hawaii that reinforces the love of family and the importance of living a clean life. (2:16)
    Preparation of Joseph F. Smith: The Example of a Mother
    After the passing of both parents, young Joseph F. Smith remembers the love and teachings of his mother, Mary Fielding Smith. (1:53)
    Ministry of Joseph F. Smith: A Vision of the Redemption of the Dead
    Nearing death, President Joseph F. Smith receives revelation from God regarding redemption of the dead. (3:06)
    Ministry of Joseph F. Smith: The Church Under National Scrutiny
    President Joseph F. Smith, in Washington, D.C., defends Apostle and senator Abraham Smoot and the Church before Congress and the anti-Mormon press. (1:46)
    Ministry of Joseph F. Smith: Family Home Evening Inaugurated
    Joseph F. Smith defends the home and family and invites Church members to join him in setting aside weekly time solely for family activity and instruction. (1:47)
    Teachings of Joseph F. Smith: The Origin of Man
    President Joseph F. Smith, with the First Presidency, issues a document titled “The Origin of Man,” summarizing the relationship between God and man. (1:52)
    Teachings of Joseph F. Smith: The Divine Nature of Home and Family
    Joseph F. Smith teaches of the divine role of parents and family and of the importance of raising children in love and spiritual instruction. (2:17)
    Teachings of Joseph F. Smith: The Doctrine of the Godhead
    President Joseph F. Smith, with the First Presidency, issues a doctrinal exposition on the Godhead, affirming their unity and the distinct roles each member plays in the salvation of men. (1:26)