Primary and Youth Devotionals Clips
Primary General President, Camille N. Johnson, urges leaders to minister to their Primary teachers, seek their input, foster belonging in Primary, and invite revelation.
Elder W. Mark Bassett instructs leaders to focus on the needs of Primary children in order to influence parents and meet the needs of families.
Sister Amy A. Wright teaches the importance of knowing, noticing, and accounting for all Primary children, whether or not they attend Church on Sunday.
Sister Amy A. Wright explains that the purpose of Primary singing time is to reinforce the doctrine that children are learning in their homes and classes and to help them feel the Spirit.
Sister Amy A. Wright explains that it is vital for children to recognize the Holy Ghost, act on promptings, and know that their choices matter.
President Camille N. Johnson encourages Primary presidencies to have counselors help children prepare for baptism, confirmation, the priesthood, and the temple.
President Camille N. Johnson emphasizes the importance of the Children and Youth Program being based on revelation and not becoming a checklist.
President Camille N. Johnson gives an example of a parent supporting a child’s agency through the Children and Youth Program and explains that coming unto Christ together improves relationships.
Young Women General President, Bonnie H. Cordon, shares President Nelson’s words about youth capacity and emphasizes the need for leaders to strengthen youth.
Young Men General President, Steven J. Lund, explains that the Church’s future rides on the backs of the youth, and the Children and Youth Program will help them come to the Savior.
President Steven J. Lund likens today’s youth to remarkable individuals in the scriptures and explains that faithful leaders are called to strengthen youth.
President Steven J. Lund gives an example of how to extend a calling to a quorum or class president and make the youth feel the spirit and revelation behind that call.