RT Video/DVD DB /z-wcorg/ DS http://worldcat.org ID 262313156 LA Closed-captioned; in English with optional Spanish subtitles. T1 Emma Smith : my story A1 Cook, Gary., Christensen, T. C., Munns, Ron R., Jenson, Merrill B., Hougaard, Wynn., Nelson, Katherine M., Place, Patricia., Mitchell, Nathan., Patch, Tayva., Macy, Rick., Candlelight Media Group., Morning Dew Entertainment., Joseph Smith, Jr., and Emma Hale Smith Historical Society., PB Candlelight Media Group PP Orem, UT YR 2008 AB By the side of the founder of a new faith stood an elect lady of undeniable courage. From Emma's point of view, we see the events that molded the wife of the Prophet Joseph Smith (founder of the Mormon faith) into a strong and compassionate woman. The film begins near the end of Emma's life. Her adopted daughter, Julia Murdock Smith, returns home to Emma and shares several hardships she has had. Emma relates to Julia some of her own life's experiences to give her a different perspective and illustrate the importance of maintaining faith amid such trials. Various turning points in Emma's life are revealed as she recounts experiences ranging from her childhood with a father that was very strict and who forbade praying in the home, to her courtship and marriage to Joseph Smith, and the challenges she faced in being the wife of the Prophet. The film also includes brief insights into her life and character after the martyrdom of Joseph until her own death in Nauvoo in 1879.