To start, we have Elder Bednar's "The Hearts of the Children Shall Turn" from the Saturday Afternoon session.
Best quote (you know, to me):
It is no coincidence that FamilySearch and other tools have come forth at a time when young people are so familiar with a wide range of information and communication technologies. Your fingers have been trained to text and tweet to accelerate and advance the work of the Lord—not just to communicate quickly with your friends. The skills and aptitude evident among many young people today are a preparation to contribute to the work of salvation.When I was in middle school, I was in a so-called "gifted" program. The "gifted" kids were separated from the "regular" kids (I know, it's horrible, but that's what we called them) in all of our classes. One semester the "gifted" kids were taking art, and the "regular" kids were taking computer class. A scheduling mix-up landed me in the computer class. Although devastated at first, I have long since realized my place in that class was a huge blessing. I loved the computer class and I took it all of the rest of my years in middle school...gifted or regular. I know it's no coincidence that I have taken such an interest in technology at a time when there is so much good to use it for.
Sidenote: Ever wonder where my Dad's screenname "gopherdad" came from? That's what happens when your ten-year old sets up AOL for you =)
This talk has a great video to go along with it too, for your viewing pleasure:
Final thought from the talk:
[Parents and leaders] You also will count your many blessings as young people devote more time to family history work and temple service and less time to video games, surfing the Internet, and Facebooking.Amen.
Also, check out: lds.org/familyhistoryyouth