The Most Loved LDS themed Movies

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Are you looking for a great LDS themed movie to watch this week but want to be sure it will be worth your time? I've asked which movies are favorites so you don't have to waste your time. 


Keep in mind these movies make great:

  • Youth activity nights
  • Family Home Evenings
  • Missionary tools
  • and more

Most Loved LDS Movie of All

Once I Was a Beehive is by far and away the favorite and I agree with you. It's full of humor, insights, and boosts your own testimony in the process. Lane Speer is a 16 year old girl dealing with the loss of her father when she somehow gets roped into attending a LDS girls camp with her new Beehive cousin. You'll laugh, you'll cry, and even cringe. Don't miss it! You can watch now on Netflix but I recommend buying Once I Was a Beehive- it's the kind of movie worth supporting.

Other Top Loved Movies

The Best 2 Years

A great missionary film that reminds us that we all have struggles but we should not give up. Well done and in beautiful Holland. You can buy this DVD at LDS Bookstore.

17 Miracles

A faith promoting film, 17 Miracles reminds you of God's hand in the little and biggest ways. Don't miss this combination of stories from early Mormon pioneers, specifically the Willie handcart company. Grab tissues and this film at LDS Bookstore.

The Other Side of Heaven

Based on the mission of John Groberg to Tonga this movie is full of adventure, struggles, and beautiful scenery. Buy The Other Side of Heaven here and watch it at Family Home Evening this next week.


Saturday's Warrior

An ever popular classic musical- Saturday's Warrior is about one man's wrestle with the natural man. Sing along with the original or request the new version set in the 1970's to be shown in your city. 

The Mountain of the Lord

This film follows the building of the Salt Lake City Temple- all the triumphs, struggles, and faith- in great story form format. You'll appreciate this temple even more once it's over. You may find this film in your local church library or buy it here. 

Meet the Mormons

Meet the Mormons examines the diverse lives of 6 devout members of The Church Of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. My favorite is always the Candy Bomber. You can watch it on Netflix and even or buy it here and give a copy to a friend. Want to meet some more Mormons? Check out all these amazing members. 

Saratov Approach

What seemed like any other day turned into kidnapping for these 2 missionaries. It's a intense but well done movie that will strengthen your faith and remind you of the miracles in your life. Watch it on Netflix or buy it here. 

The Testaments of One Fold and One Shepherd

This film depicts events from the life and ministry of Jesus Christ as recorded in the New Testament and the Book of Mormon, ending in a portrayal of the resurrected Savior’s visit to the ancient Americas as seen through the eyes of a fictional family. Buy The Testaments here.

Pride and Prejudice

A latter-day comedic twist on the popular Jane Austen novel. The acting is not the best in the world and it may be full of cheese but you'll laugh throughout and enjoy the different spins it presents. See if you can borrow it from a friend or buy Pride and Prejudice here. 

Mobsters and Mormons

Another more humorous movie with a great moral; a mob family is put into witness protection in the heart Utah. While others stay far away from these new folks, one family learns the meaning of true fellowship. If you can't borrow it from a friend, buy Mobsters and Mormons here.


Another early pioneer story. This one follows one family's conversion and trek west including the persecutions and joys of the early days of the Church. Come to own Legacy here.


The Singles Ward

Laugh along with this film all about living in The Singles Ward. This film follows the story of one man who finds himself single again and becoming inactive despite the best efforts of his local ward. Rent or own this movie for repeat laughs.


Baptists at Our Barbecue

Based on Robert Farrell Smith's best-selling novel, this is a hilarious romantic comedy that unites two different faiths. Buy Baptists at Our Barbecue here. 


Johnny Lingo

Don't let your children grow up without understanding the value of 10 cows! You can still watch this classic on  or above. It makes a great last minutes FHE.

Worth Mentioning

The Errand of Angels

Follow the story of this Sister Missionary as she discovers what it means to be a missionary and love everyone. A great reminder to not underestimate the impact of simple acts. Buy the DVD here.

The Cokeville Miracle

On May 9, 1986 everyone inside a small town elementary school was held hostage for several hours before a bomb was detonated inside the classroom that held everyone. Don't miss out on this miracle filled story (based on true events)- buy The Cokeville Miracle here or buy and sell it back with Vidangel. 

Saints and Soldiers

The story of a small band of Allied soldiers trapped behind enemy lines with information that could save thousands of American lives. You can watch this film on Netflix, Amazon Prime, or buy it here. 


Six Liberian missionaries in Monrovia are caught in the middle of a brutal civil war. They must make the difficult journey to Freetown, Sierra Leone only to have their troubles compounded by a rebel fighter bent on killing one of their own. You can watch this if you have a Starz subscription, Vidangel, or buy Freetown here.


Joseph SMITH: The Prophet of the Restoration

Enjoy the story of the first prophet in these latter-days. You can watch it on Amazon Prime or rent or buy it here.

Ephraim's Rescue

The heroic true story of a simple man who was called to do the work of angels. Ephraim's Rescue relates the story of Ephraim Hanks: a rescuer of the Martin Handcart company. You can rent it or buy Ephraim's Rescue here.


Sam thought he knew what he wanted--that is, until he met Charly. Sam must fight for a girl he never thought he could love and Charly must fight for a life she never knew she could have. Own Charly here.





Just Let Go

Chris Williams loses his family to a drunk driver. This inspiring film tells his story of forgiveness. Own it here.



Your Turn- What's your favorite LDS themed movie? If it gets enough votes, I'll add it to the list.