One in a Million Shares Children’s Stories

  • 11 February 2011

“One in a Million” features individual Primary children from around the world.

The scriptures teach that “by small and simple things are great things brought to pass,” (Alma 37:6 and there are many great things coming from the Primary children of the Church.

As the Church reaches one million Primary children, the Friend is sponsoring a new project, “One in a Million,” showing how each child is a special son or daughter of God. Featuring individual Primary children from around the world, each photo slideshow is accompanied by audio of the child telling his or her own story.

The stories include experiences the children have had doing service, developing a talent, overcoming challenges, sharing the gospel, living gospel principles, or participating in hobbies or favorite activities with family and friends.

One of the first Primary children viewers will meet is nine-year-old Sarah, who used her newly acquired sewing skills to serve other Primary-aged children in Haiti last year after learning about the earthquake.

The slideshows are made to create a sense of community among the worldwide Primary.

New slideshows will be added throughout the year, showing that every child is one in a million.