“Testimony Shape-Up,” Liahona, May 2000, 24
Just as your muscles get weak when you don’t use them, so does your testimony. Try these ideas to keep your testimony growing strong all through the year.
Befriend a new or less-active member and help strengthen his or her testimony.
Read a scripture story that inspires you; then use that inspiration to write a poem or song, to create a sculpture or picture, or to write a letter bearing testimony to a friend.
Strengthen your testimony through service. Choose a service project that makes you stretch.
Choose uplifting entertainment. Read a classic novel, attend a concert, or go to a museum (see Articles of Faith 1:13).
Share your testimony in sacrament meeting or with a family member, friend, or leader. Record it in your journal as well.
Share a recent seminary or Sunday School lesson in family home evening.
Pull out past issues of the Liahona and catch up on all those articles you wanted to read but never got around to.
Willingly help your parents and other family members with a service or family history project.
Share the Book of Mormon with a friend.