Sunday, June 23, 2013

#113: Video: Elderly Couple Shows "Enduring Love".

I always enjoy the "Mormon Messages" produced by the Church on its YouTube channel. Every now and then, a Mormon Message is produced that deeply touches my heart and makes me want to be a better person. This week, one such video was released, titled "Enduring Love" and directed by LDS actor/producer Bruce Newbold. "Enduring Love" features an elderly married couple with debilitating disabilities--the husband with Parkinson's Disease and the wife suffering from a stroke. Despite their challenges, the husband unselfishly and lovingly takes care of his wife. Although the couple portrayed in the video are actors representing a married couple, the actor playing the husband, Scott Wilkinson, actually does have Parkinson's disease. I love the powerful message of the video: There is nothing more powerful than unselfish love. You can watch or link to the video below.
Link to video here

Link to interview with director Bruce Newbold here.
Actress Tayva Patch

The video ends with a quote by Elder Richard G. Scott: "Marriage provides an ideal setting for overcoming any tendency to be selfish or self-centered....Pure love is an incomparable, potent power for good, and the foundation of a successful marriage." Amen to that.


  1. Loved the video. Very powerful. Any idea who music composer is? I would love to purchase music.

    1. Great question. I believe the composer is mentioned in the podcast, but I cannot remember specifically.

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