Synopsis

From Brigham Young University, this film portrays Home Teaching: A part of priesthood correlation and the benefits you gain for doing it. The film follows David Binford. He is reluctant to accept a calling in the new Home Teaching program, and rationalizes that he can turn it down since it was extended by his Elder’s Quorum president. Released: 1963 Genre: Short Director: Judge Whitaker Starring: Bryce Chamberlain, Jared Keller, Charles Metten Rated: NR

Our Review:

This short video classic tells about the importance of Home Teaching. There are many things in which work in the LDS faith and one of them is that of Home Teaching. This is all about teaching members to fellowship newcomers and to open their arms wide for them. There are many things that you are going to be able to take away from this. You have to be able to stomach the corniness of the video, but once you are past that, you are going to be able to have the right message behind it. Home Teaching is always a fun topic and although this is not like “The Home Teachers“, it is still good to watch and learn more about we need to be doing to make ourselves more like a worthy member of the church. Home Teaching helps to fellowship the newcomer. You are going to be able to learn a lot either way.

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