Primary: Good teachers are vital

During a recent auxiliary training meeting in Kinshasa, DR Congo, leaders were asked to share an experience they had in Primary that had a great influence on their lives.

Didier Mutombo, a 31-year-old priesthood leader who joined the Church in 1987, was quick to respond. "Primary lessons changed my life," he said.

He spoke of one particular lesson that helped him learn a simple gospel principle. During that lesson, the Primary president talked about the 2,000 stripling warriors and then they sang the song about the "Army of Helaman." As Brother Mutombo sang the song as a child, he was filled with a desire to serve a mission.

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