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The Field Is White (2002)

Not Rated | | Drama | Video
Elder John Taylor reflects on his mission life.

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John Lyde

Writer:

John Lyde
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Tyson Downey Tyson Downey ... Elder John Taylor
Kirt Fairbank Kirt Fairbank ... Elder Alma Johnson
Lynne Carr Lynne Carr ... Melissa
Richard Pratt Richard Pratt ... The Minister
Dave Kenchington Dave Kenchington ... Elder Newell
Jake Ballentine Jake Ballentine ... Elder Wursten (as Jacob Ballentine)
Rose Rowbury Rose Rowbury ... Karen Grover
Roger Rowbury Roger Rowbury ... Danny Grover
Annette Rowbury Annette Rowbury ... Mariah Lee Grover
April Rose Rowbury April Rose Rowbury ... Jasmine Grover
Nicholas Frey Nicholas Frey ... Scott
Jaelan Petrie Jaelan Petrie ... Licentious Drunk
Mike Wood Mike Wood ... Lewd Drunk
Brent Wursten Brent Wursten ... Ball Player
Frank Stubbs Frank Stubbs ... Homeless Man
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When things are not going well for John Taylor, he reads his journal and reflects on his missionary life and his companion Elder Alma Johnson. They try to teach people about the gospel and want to give lessons, but the people are not interested. They do teach a lady named Melissa, but does not think she can be baptized. The other missionaries try to make life bearable by having fun and living together. Finally, Melissa learns the lessons of the gospel and knows the church is true and gets baptized. Written by mountain91

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Drama

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Not Rated
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Inspirational LDS film
31 August 2003 | by mountain91See all my reviews

This LDS film is one of the best and most inspiring. A returned missionary named John Taylor is struggling with the gospel he once had when he was a missionary. His wife was killed in an automobile accident and John is going through hard times. He reflects on his missionary life with his companion Elder Johnson.

I bought this film at a Missionary Imporium store in the outskirts of town and I thought it was going to be one of those other LDS films, but I felt the spirit so strong when I watched it and listened to the testimonies of the other missionaries. I would recommend this film to any LDS member and especially for young men who are about to serve missions for the LDS church.


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USA

Language:

English

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