Mormon YouTube videos with more than 1 million views

Published: Tuesday, Jan. 7 2014 12:01 p.m. MST

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"God has been so important during this time."



Vicente Hernandez's goal is to be the one of the best broadcasters in the Dominican Republic. He's also committed to his two children.



In this "I'm a Mormon" video he discusses how God and his faith have helped him since he and his wife separated nine years ago. His video was posted in 2012 and has 1,043,715 views.



Click on the "Captions" button at the bottom right side of the YouTube player to see the English translation.



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truth in all its forms
henderson, NV

what about the shaytards?

Middle-aged Mormon Man
JUNEAU, AK

Thanks for putting this together!

get her done
Bountiful, UT

How many hits did people leave the site positive and how many negative? Hits are not an indication of acceptance. Just the interest level.

stephan2307
United Kingdom, 00

There are 10 times more positives than negatives.

And_im_a_mormon
Salt Lake City, UT

I'm surprised how many have comments disabled. Another interesting thing to know would be how much each view cost the Church (on average). There is a difference between organic views, and promoted views.

John Locke
Ivins, , UT

Hooray for truth and light....

antodav
TAMPA, FL

As much effort as the Church puts into these videos, I don't believe that they are as effective as the corny yet poignant "A message from your neighbors" videos from back in the early '90s. As a young child I became aware of who Mormons were and some of the core tenets of what they believed two decades before I finally joined the Church itself. YouTube isn't nearly as effective a medium for sharing Gospel messages as television used to be, especially since on YouTube, for every video the Church or a Church member puts out, there are about a hundred nasty, hate-filled anti-Mormon videos to be found in response—not to mention all of the vile things that people are willing put into comments when they are able to hide behind the guise of anonymity that the internet provides them.

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