Primary and Youth Devotionals Clips
President Bonnie H. Cordon explains four key elements of the work of salvation and teaches that this work begins for the youth within class or quorum presidencies.
President Bonnie H. Cordon and Elder Randall K. Bennet discuss the frequency with which quorum or class presidencies should be meeting and communicating.
President Lund and President Cordon share a story of youth who were challenged to hold weekly presidency meetings for five weeks and what they learned from the experience.
President Steven J. Lund talks about the importance of regularly holding class and quorum presidency meetings and discusses ideas for what the presidencies will talk about.
President Steven J. Lund talks about how the Children and Youth Program is not meant to be viewed as a checklist but as a set of tools to bring youth closer to Christ.
President Lund describes the transition of drawing children and youth closer to Christ through models of learning, service and personal development, which marks a departure from earlier youth programs.
President Cordon and President Lund talk about young women and young men who can learn simple ways to conduct a meeting and develop an agenda for their class or quorum.
President Lund compares the ability to learn planning and meeting development to leadership abilities gained later in life for young men and young women to lead like the Savior.
Sister Bonnie H. Cordon, Young Women General President, addresses youth leaders regarding the importance of identity and belonging among Latter-day Saint youth.
Elder Kelly R. Johnson speaks to youth leaders of the Church about their abilities to lead confidently and help Latter-day Saint youth to walk the covenant path.
Young Men General President, Steven J. Lund, reviews President Nelson’s message to youth leaders and their choice to have a major impact on the lives of Church youth.
President Bonnie H. Cordon introduces Elder David A. Bednar’s explanation of the simplified coordination of the elders quorum, the Relief Society, Young Women, and Aaronic Priesthood on the local, ward level.