Peter Johnson (Director), Brigham Young University and Foundation for Ancient Research and Mormon Studies, 2005, DVD video, approx. 90 minutes.
Retrace the steps of Lehi and his family in the groundbreaking documentary.
Filmed on location in the Middle East, Journey of Faith chronicles the courage and faith of Lehi’s family with the eye of the camera and the insights of scholars from a broad range of expertise. The film shows the land of Nahom, where Ishmael was buried, and the most likely location for Bountiful, where Nephi built his Ship. Insightful and inspiring,Journey of Faith shows how God molded Lehi’s family in the wilderness to become a new people of God.
S. Kent Brown, Professor of Ancient Scripture
Yusuf Abdullah, FormerDirector, General Organizational of Antiquities, Republic of Yemen
Gary I. Baird, Professor of Botany
Terruy B. Ball, Professor of Archacobotany
Kelly DeVries, Professor of the History of Technical
Abdu Othman Ghaleb, Archaeologist, Yemen
Arnold H. Green, Professor of Middle Eastern History
William J. Hamblin, Professor of Middle Eastern History
Ron Harris, Professor of Geology
David J. Johnson, Professor of Archaeology
Jeffrey D. Keith, Professor of Geology
Ann N. Madsen, Senior Lecturer, Ancient Scripture
Truman G. Madsen, Professor of Philosophy
Virginia H. Pearce, Educator and Author
Daniel C. Peterson, Professor of Islamic Studies and Arabic
Wm. Revell Phillips, Professor of Geology
Noel B. Reynolds, Director of FARMS, Professor of Politial Science
JoAnn H. Seely, Lecturer, Ancient Scripture
John L. Sorenson, Professor of Anthropology
John W. Welch, Robert K. Thomas Professor of Law, Founder of FARMS
Loreen Allphin Woolstenhulme,Professor of Plant Ecology