“World Briefs,” Ensign, Dec. 2010, 78
In an effort to attract participants from around the world for the LDS Motion Picture Studio’s New Testament film project, the Church has created a Web site, casting.lds.org, where interested members of the Church may apply to participate as actors or extras in all Church film and video productions, including the New Testament project. Filming will begin in spring 2011 in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, and will continue through the summer.
New resource guides supplement the Aaronic Priesthood and Young Women lesson manuals, Aaronic Priesthood Manual 3 and Young Women Manual 3, for 2011. The guides provide teachers with recent general conference references, discussion questions, additional scripture references, and activity ideas that tie into and refresh the existing lessons, making them more relevant to issues youth face today. The guides are available in 27 languages at Church distribution centers or online at resourceguides.lds.org.
Online learning on FamilySearch.org has been expanded recently and now includes 81 free lessons, enabling people anywhere in the world to access family history expertise any time. The topics range from basic research to training on specific record types from specific countries and can be beneficial to both beginners and experienced researchers. All of the classes can be accessed on familysearch.org by clicking on Free Online Classes on the home page.