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The Tree of Life
Directed by Richard Rich
Production Company: Living Scriptures
Premiere Date: 1991
Length: 25 min.

Published In Series:
Animated Stories from the Book of Mormon
Volume: 11


Genre:   Film
Production Type:
Mormon Contributor(s)
Content Types:
Children's Film
Narrative Film
Scripture-based Film
Significant Mormon Elements
Distribution Types:
Commercial Video (VHS/DVD)
The prophet Lehi had a dream that brought joy and concern for the eternal welfare of his family. The symbols of Lehi’s dream contain teachings important to us even today. The meaning behind the symbols are brought to life, from the mists of darkness to the great and spacious building. The importance of holding— and helping others grasp— the iron rod so that we can partake of the fruit of eternal life becomes clear.

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HBLL Call No: DVDMM 417

Total Queries: 15. Total Execution Time: 0.008 sec.
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