President Gordon B. Hinckley Speaks to Parents and Youth
President Hinckley encourages youth to learn six "B's": be grateful, be smart, be clean, be true, be humble, and be prayerful. In the addresses to mothers and father, he warns against some of the temptations that are ensnaring youth and counsels parents to teach their children to develop good friendships, value education, respect their bodies, avoid illegal drugs, be honest, be virtuous, pray and prepare for temple marriage.
--Segment 1. A Prophet's Counsel and Prayer for Youth President Hinckley counsels youth to be grateful, smart, clean, true, humble, and prayerful. Originally given at a special fireside for youth and young single adults held 12 November 2000. 36 min.
-- Segment 2. Your Greatest Challenge, Mother President Hinckley discusses the values that mothers should teach their children. Originally given at the general Relief Society meeting held 23 September 2000. 22 min.
-- Segment 3. "Great Shall Be the Peace of Thy Children." President Hinckley discusses the values that fathers should teach their children. Originally given at the priesthood session of general conference held 7 October 2000. 22 min.
This broadcast fireside was later put on video.