Well, Elder Gong, we are nearing the end of the broadcast. Do we have time for one more question and to hear your testimonies? Thank you. Please. Awesome. Thank you. After the final question and Elder Gong's testimony, we'll invite the Winters and [INAUDIBLE] family to sing a brand-new Primary song. This song invites us to walk on the covenant path with the Savior. After the song, our closing prayer will be offered by Brinley Gardner. After today, this broadcast will be archived on ChurchofJesusChrist.org and in the Gospel Library app. We also hope you will post your thoughts about this event on social media using the hashtag #strivetobe.
OK, here's our last question. A lot of people have been wondering how to adapt this program to their circumstance or location. For instance, a youth from Peru says, "Only my grandma and I are members. And she is very old." [LAUGHTER] "How can I help my parents, who are not members, participate with me in the new program?" Well, thank you, Layla. Sister Gong and I were recently in Peru. And it's a good reminder that we do live in many places and many different family circumstances, yet we're united in faith and doctrine. Local keys, flexibility and adaptability, and inspired judgment will help us in every situation.
Elder Gong, may I share a story about a young girl? She's eight years old. Her name is Nicole. Oh, please. She lives in the Philippines. She wasn't a member of the Church, and neither were her parents. But her older brother was. Their whole family was changed when they set a goal to read the Book of Mormon as part of the Children and Youth Program. They are all now members of the Church and planning to go to the temple in a year. That is inspiring. My dear friends, you can be a wonderful influence in your home. No matter your family's situation, whether your parents are members or not, please invite them to join you on this journey. They love you. And they want to help you. Leaders, every parent loves their child and wants what is best for them. Talk to them, and ask them about their hopes and dreams for their child and how you can help. Ministering brothers and sisters can also be a valuable resource to support children and youth and their parents. You may have a large ward or a small branch. You have different talents and abilities. You may live in a big city with no access to camping facilities. Your ward may be spread over several cities, or it may just cover a few blocks. There are as many varieties of situations as there are families and individuals in the Church. And there are just as many solutions. We invite you to seek the Spirit of the Lord and adapt the Children and Youth program to your local needs.