Question Corner
October 2015

“Question Corner,” Friend, Oct. 2015, 16

Question Corner

What do you love most about being a member of the Church?

Question Corner

I like that during the sacrament we get to take the bread and water in remembrance of Jesus Christ. The bread reminds us of His body, and the water reminds us of His blood. When we’re taking the sacrament, we can close our eyes and think of all the things Jesus did for us.

Ava J., age 9, North Carolina, USA

I like learning that families can be together forever. (Renee)

I can have friends, I can read the scriptures every day, and I can learn the gospel. (Ralph)

Renee and Ralph E., ages 9 and 10, Metro Manila, Philippines

I love it when I feel the Holy Ghost. I can feel the Holy Ghost a lot while listening to talks and lessons. I also feel it when I help others.

Kaylee C., age 7, Virginia, USA

My favorite thing is that we can learn and play at the same time, and we can learn more about Jesus Christ. I like learning about Him because He’s my Savior. (Liz)

I like to learn about Jesus, and I know that Jesus loves us. (Lalo)

Liz and Lalo S., ages 8 and 6, California, USA

I love going to Primary and singing songs.

Hayden H., age 5, Utah, USA

I like to learn about Jesus Christ, and I like going to Primary and making friends.

Catherine W., age 7, North Carolina, USA

I love that I get to make a lot of new friends and I can teach my friends who aren’t members about the gospel. I get to listen to general conference and listen to the prophet and the apostles speak. Family home evening is also really fun because sometimes we go out for ice cream. Yum!

Savannah H., age 12, Washington, USA

Next question

“When my mom and dad argue, I feel very worried and sad. What can I do?”

Do you have some advice about this? Send us your answer and photo by October 31, 2015. Find our address on page 48 or email us at friend@ldschurch.org. (Put “Question Corner” in the subject line.) Remember to include a parent’s permission! Use the permission statement on page 48.

Responses are intended for help and perspective, not as pronouncements of Church doctrine.