Primary and Youth Devotionals Clips
Sister Amy A. Wright of the Primary General Presidency describes the notes played to the song “I Am a Child of God” and how that reflects in our minds the purpose of the Holy Ghost.
Sister Amy A. Wright tells the faith-promoting story of how two primary-age children with special needs help and serve one another.
Sister Amy A. Wright shares a passage from the Doctrine and Covenants that encourages us to live righteously and be guided by the Holy Ghost.
Sister Amy A. Wright encourages children to pray and ask Heavenly Father if He loves and needs them and then to listen for His answer.
President Camille N. Johnson of the Primary General Presidency explains how our life’s purpose is to return to Heavenly Father with the covenant of baptism and the guiding and confirming influence of the Holy Ghost.
President Camille N. Johnson of the Primary General Presidency offers the word “take” as a way to remember Jesus and His commandments when we partake of the sacrament.
Sister Amy A. Wright tells of Jesus calling children to Him and compares our need to be just like Primary children—loving, kind, and humble.
Sister Amy A. Wright of the Primary General Presidency discusses establishing a foundation of discipleship in Primary children and emphasizes the first two commandments.
Sister Amy A. Wright reviews President Nelson’s warning that spiritual survival is not possible without the Holy Ghost and emphasizes children’s need for personal revelation.
Sister Amy A. Wright references Captain Moroni’s battle strategy and likens it to the Lord placing the greatest number of men and women to serve youth with young testimonies.
Sister Amy A. Wright recounts the story of Ammaron noticing Moroni and giving him a work to do and compares it to the influence leaders can have on the youth they serve.
Sister Amy A. Wright talks of the sacred calling Primary leaders have to influence children for good and refers to Primary leadership as a call to a spiritual ministry.