One In A Million
One In A Million
Children from around the world share personal, faith-promoting experiences that we can all identify with.
Though he now lives in the USA, Addison’s experiences in Hanoi, Vietnam, brought him closer to Jesus and Heavenly Father in many ways.
Alberto from Mexico shares how an illness helped him gain a testimony of the word of wisdom and the blessings that come from following the commandments.
In the hospital Anne Marie from Utah followed Jesus’s example by helping another sick child.
Arina of Russia tells about an experience she had with prayer and feeling the gentle comfort of the Holy Ghost.
Bode from Switzerland likes dinosaurs, and he wants to be like Nephi, who did what Heavenly Father commanded him.
Brennon looks forward to earning his Faith in God award and doing baptisms for the dead in the Johannesburg South Africa Temple.
Though Brynn from Connecticut has only one hand, her motto is to always “lend a helping hand” at home, at school, at church, and at play.
Clara and her friend, who are the only members of the Church in their school in Denmark, became missionaries by sharing the Book of Mormon with their teacher.
Danil of Ukraine remembers a special encounter he had with President Thomas S. Monson at the Kiev Ukraine Temple dedication and President Monson’s special message to him.
David from Spain finds joy serving Heavenly Father as branch pianist and looks forward to using his talent someday on a mission.
Allergic to many foods, Ellen Joy from North Carolina helps other children stay safefrom allergies and encourages them to stand up for their own health.
President Thomas S. Monson’s examples of service inspired Emeri and her family to serve others.
Erika celebrated the new San Salvador El Salvador Temple by learning how to do family history indexing and bringing the blessings of the gospel to hundreds of Salvadoran ancestors.
When Esther from England had cancer, her bright perspective helped children who were ill.
Quintuplets Joshua, Jonathan, Joseph, Natalie, and Katherine from Texas talk about preparing for baptism.
Giordayne from Jamaica serves the Lord at home and school and looks forward to the day she and her family can go to the temple in Manhattan.
A trip to Nauvoo sparked a special talent for Grace from Canada, who now shares that talent in Primary.
Hailey from Washington magnifies her talents by giving talks and playing the piano in her small branch and by being an example to her friends.
When a devastating earthquake hit Japan, Honoka prayed for her family’s safety and felt Heavenly Father’s protection.
Hyrum, who lives near the Mississippi River in historic Nauvoo, shows his love of creating different projects.
What happened after a doctor’s visit helped Jackson from Utah realize how much Heavenly Father loves him.
Joey from Alaska listened to the promptings of the Holy Ghost and helped save his family from a dangerous event.
A special gift from a neighbor gave Jonatan from Sweden the opportunity to serve in return.
Nephi’s obedience inspired Josie from Canada to improve her reading skills.
Being born with Down syndrome doesn’t stop Katie from Florida from singing, dancing, and sharing a special Primary experience.
Kuulani from Tahiti shows her love for Heavenly Father by sharing her musical talents to bless others in her ward.
Lillie from Hawaii created the “aloha spirit” of love and friendship by sharing the Book of Mormon with doctors who treated her cancer.
Twin sisters Elodie and Sophie of Madacasgar are different in some ways, but being sealed as a family in the temple has brought them closer than ever.
Martins from Nigeria prepared for his baptism by choosing the right and following President Thomas S. Monson.
Mary from Michigan shares her special love for animals, her talents in music, and her favorite Book of Mormon hero.
Mina from Minnesota, who was born in China, creates beautiful artwork and shareslove with her adopted family.
Pascal of Australia tenderly remembers her baptism day and the important part her family played.
Paulos of Greece knows he can be with Jesus someday, and he prepares for baptism by learning scriptures and planning for a mission.
When Sair’s family moved to a small town in a beautiful jungle in Ecuador, they all became missionaries and helped create a brand new branch.
Samuel from England has a passion for writing poetry and stories, and he takes inspiration from his namesake in the scriptures.
Samuel of the Philippines tells how his family started saving money for his mission even before he was born.
Sandra from Ghana prayed that her mother would come home safely during a bad rainstorm.
A birthday gift from her grandmother gave Sarah from Oklahoma the opportunity to help children in Haiti after a devastating earthquake.
Siri from Norway tells about seeing President Monson in person when she visited Salt Lake City during general conference.
Being in the Nauvoo Pageant gave Stephanie from California a unique missionary opportunity.
Three simple prayers helped Tyler from California reunite a timid fawn with its mother.
Vincenzo from Brazil gave his first talk in Primary and hopes he and his brother can go on missions when they grow up.