PREVIEW: Conference docs ‘A Great Work’ and ‘All In’
This weekend KSL Television will air several new documentaries exclusively produced for General Conference Weekend. The stories are wide ranging and offer content that is both inspiring and hopeful. Two stories that will air on Sunday are A GREAT WORK and ALL IN.
A GREAT WORK: The Power in Us
Airs Sunday at 12:30-1:00 on KSL TV
The prophet for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has called upon the youth of the church to lay the foundation of a great work. The power of these young people is seen in their faith and everyday actions as they live extraordinary lives. They are making a difference across the world and giving service to their communities. Hear stories of several youth who are having a powerful influence on those around them as they overcome obstacles, develop their talents and help their families succeed.
Airs Sunday at 1:00-1:30 on KSL TV
What does it mean to be “all in” the gospel of Jesus Christ? A popular LDS Living podcast, which has garnered over 9.5 million downloads in less than three years since its launch in October 2019, has asked this question over 130 times and in the process has discovered that the answer may be much broader than we think. In this All In television special, the question will be asked of three guests: A former NASA engineer, an NFL player, and a successful Utah CEO. The all-new interviews will give us a peek inside the lives of three very different people doing incredibly unique things with one thing in common: their desire to be committed to their faith.
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