I am a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Four years ago, I created a video presentation for my ward’s Christmas Relief Society activity. I had seen the idea from someone else, but I wanted to create my own version.
At the time I created the video, I had in my head that I wanted to share my creation with others on the internet, especially since it took me so long to create (about 10 hours). I had no idea at the time that so many people would end up viewing the video.
While creating the video, I felt heaven’s help in choosing quotes and especially in piecing everything together in a good sequence with the music. When I watched the completed video, I had the feeling that it was not my work.
“A Silent Christmas” was our theme for the night. After having a buffet of appetizers in the cultural hall, we entered the chapel silently where this movie was set up on a projector. The video is 25 minutes long, with a 20-minute message and five minutes of reflection time at the end. The women were asked to remain silent until they returned to the cultural hall for a dessert buffet afterward. It was a great night!
I wanted to share the video here with all the links I have for downloading because the more I can share the message of Jesus Christ, the better.
This YouTube link has the video as originally presented, with text telling the women to return to the cultural hall afterward for dessert.
To download your own copy of this version of the video, go to my Dropbox page here. The video will preview as 15 minutes long on Dropbox; but when you download it, you will get the full length.
I had multiple requests for a different copy of the movie, edited to remove the slide talking about returning to the cultural hall. Here is that version on YouTube. And if you’d like to download the video with no cultural hall text, go to my Dropbox page here.
If you’d like a Word document with the text used in the video, here it is.