May 2015 Worldwide Devotional for Young Adults
- May 3, 2015
- Salt Lake City, Utah
“We hope you will make every effort to attend each devotional and encourage others to attend with you so that you and they might have a chance to associate together, listen to counsel from our leaders, and receive personal revelation and direction.” —Elder Paul V. Johnson of the Seventy
A worldwide devotional for young adults will be transmitted over the Church broadcast system on Sunday, May 3, 2015, at 6 p.m. Mountain Daylight Time. The speaker will be Elder Lynn G. Robbins of the Presidency of the Seventy.
All young single adults (ages 18–30) and students finishing high school or the equivalent are invited to attend. Married institute and university students are also welcome to attend. The devotional will be broadcast to many areas of the world.
The broadcast will be available on the Church satellite system, the Internet, and other media. Additional materials are also available online at devotionals.ChurchofJesusChrist.org.
Live Viewing Options
See the broadcast schedule for more information.
Rebroadcasts and Archives
The devotional will also be rebroadcast over the Church satellite system in 37 languages.
Video and audio recordings of the devotional in 40 languages will also be provided on devotionals.ChurchofJesusChrist.org shortly after the broadcast. Text files are added as they become available.
The broadcast is the second of three worldwide devotionals planned for 2015. Brother Randall L. Ridd of the Young Men general presidency spoke January 11 (see “Living with Purpose: The Importance of ‘Real Intent’”). Elder L. Whitney Clayton of the Presidency of the Seventy will speak in September.
“We hope you will make every effort to attend each devotional and encourage others to attend with you so that you and they might have a chance to associate together, listen to counsel from our leaders, and receive personal revelation and direction,” Elder Paul V. Johnson, Commissioner of Education for the Church and a member of the Seventy, told young adults in a devotional November 2, 2014.