“You don’t have to push a handcart to be a pioneer. Maybe you are the pioneers in your family.”
Many of the British Columbia host families expressed immediate bonding with their visitors and while they greatly enjoyed the inspirational music, they treasured most the time spent with their new friends. It’s a great trust to send children into the homes of strangers, but with the discretion of Bishops, the Spirit, our shared faith and values, it works out well.
Several hundred youth join youth of other faiths in a local community project to assist children in Haiti.
“As you respond in faith to this invitation, your hearts shall turn to the fathers.” - Elder David A. Bednar
Our stake president explained that all members, especially youth, would be more involved in wholesome pursuits as they engaged themselves in family history.
“It’s a great opportunity to have the temple not far from my house, so I can go when I want and have the experience to feel the Holy Ghost.”
“Here it isn’t the teacher who does most of the talking. We discuss the gospel concepts together. The students teach each other.”
The students are teaching one another. They study the lesson topic and lead the discussion and apply it to their lives.
A special feeling of helping those less fortunate was felt through group service
Youth come to know what's at the heart of The Book of Mormon.
We want you to learn how strong you are. We want you to understand what you are capable of…and that's anything!
With coordinated lifting and faith in every footstep of the 20 kilometers, the bulk of the muscle-power needed for the journey had been completed.
Victoria Lan is truly an amazing kid who believes in developing and sharing the talents that she considers gifts from her Father in Heaven.
With a temple under construction, the Calgary Alberta West Stake youth leaders wanted to help the youth contemplate their personal journeys to the Temple.