Prince of Peace Study Card

The Prince of Peace Easter campaign from begins this Sunday, April 9th. Part of the campaign is to focus on eight principles to honor Jesus Christ and find His peace in your life. I created a great countdown activity and journal that you could do as a family, but I decided to also create a simple Prince of Peace Study Card that you could keep beside your bed, in your scriptures, on your fridge, or anywhere really, to help you study each of the principles.

Prince of Peace Study Card

Each of the eight principles are listed on the card, as well as the scripture that goes with it. As I said in my Countdown and Journal idea, I LOVE the Mormon Messages. Each message is so inspiring, so I had to include even more of these amazing messages.

You will find 8 new Mormon Message QR cards on this card. The videos I included on this card are all different than the ones included in my Prince of Peace Countdown and Journal idea. When I created this study card I had my children in mind, I wanted to create something for them that they could look at at night, and use to study. Since I was making this for them, I included Mormon Messages that they would enjoy.


Principles of Peace Mormon Messages

The Mormon Messages that I used for my Study Cards are:

Faith: Wrong Roads

God’s Word: Texting Truth (I LOVE this idea)

Compassion: The Coat (This one is a cartoon and one of my favorites)

Gratitude: Thanksgiving Daily

Prayer: I Pray When…

Forgiveness: Bullied…Let Us Be Kind

Repentance: The Shiny Bicycle (another family favorite)

Hope: A Mother’s Hope (another one that gets me teary eyed every time)


As with my Countdown and Journal idea, I decided to use these great ‘QR’ codes to help finding the videos easier (you can also click the links above). You’ll just need to download a ‘QR Scanner’ on your phone, and then each day scan the appropriate code. I had to fit the codes on one card, so they’re close together, sorry, but I tried it out and got it to work just fine.

This would make a great nightly scripture study activity for your family as well. Tomorrow, the first day of the 8 days, take some time to show your family the Prince of Peace video found on, then the scripture on faith found on the card, and then have one of your children ‘scan’ the code and watch as a family. Each day, take some time at night or in the morning to read the scripture for that day and to watch the video. Each of the videos that I selected are all under 5 minutes, perfect for a quick family devotional.


Prince of Peace Class Handouts

These study cards would make great handouts for Youth, Primary, or Relief Society/Priesthood. Even though I included videos that I know my children would enjoy, I know people of all ages will be inspired after watching the videos. My printable includes 4 cards per sheet, so you won’t have to print so many.


Click HERE to print my Prince of Peace Study Card!

Or you can also Print them HERE!


I hope you enjoy my Prince of Peace Study Card, and use them for yourself, your family, your class, or a friend. I hope as you study the Principles of Peace, and watch each of the videos, you will be uplifted and edified, and will begin to feel His peace in your life. You can find other great Easter Printables, HERE!

I would love to hear if you print and use the cards, so be sure to leave me a comment letting me know. And if you like my idea, be sure to share it on Pinterest!

Thanks so much for stopping by. Have a wonderful day!


Hi! I’m Sheena, the blogger behind Little LDS Ideas. I love sharing LDS Ideas and printables to help make your life and calling a little bit easier. I am a mother to 4 and a wife to one amazing guy. In addition to being busy with blogging and being a wife/mother, I am also in school. Studying and homework keeps me busy, but I love it. Thanks so much for stopping by! ♥


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  1. Nicole

    Thank you so much for this! My family is loving it. Even my seven year old sat down on his own to look up the scriptures to read before scanning the video!

    1. Nicole, your comment just made my day. I am so glad that your family is enjoying the countdown. 🙂