The stories of several members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are shared in a new exhibit at the Church History Museum entitled “Mi Vida, Mi Historia,” on display through January 2012.
The exhibit includes a wide variety of media, including interactive touch-screen video, photographic portraits (featuring the photography of Kent Miles, Mark J. Davis, Craig Dimond and Craig J. Law), and narrative panels.
The display focuses on the personal journeys of individuals in Latin America, sharing how the gospel of Jesus Christ has helped them through the difficulties of life. The entire display, including videos and printed stories, are provided in both Spanish and English.
See another story about the display here.
For more information about the Church History Museum, see here.
I’ve seen this exhibit since my husband is one of the Latin American saints presented. It is really awesome. Everything is in Spanish and in English. It is faith building for investigators and members. A lot of work was put into this and you should go see it! And it’s right next to a fun, hands-on kids exhibit that celebrates the 50-year anniversary of I’m a Child of God!