“Using the March 2002 Liahona,” Liahona, Mar. 2002, 48
“Communion with the Holy Spirit,” page 2: Discuss President James E. Faust’s guidelines for receiving revelation and inspiration. How can you and your family benefit most from following these guidelines?
“The Law of Sacrifice,” page 10: Elder M. Russell Ballard teaches that “the degree of our love for the Lord and for our fellowman can be measured by what we are willing to sacrifice for them.” As you contemplate the sacrifices you are making for the Lord and others, what do you learn about yourself?
“Stay on the Train,” page 26: Discuss Elder Glenn L. Pace’s “special appeal to the youth.” How can you redirect your energy as a result of this counsel?
“‘Even as I Am,’” page F16: Elder Spencer J. Condie says that in order “to become like Christ, we must learn to forgive as He did.” What can you do to show forgiveness to someone who has hurt you?
In the general Young Women meeting held in March 2001, Sister Margaret D. Nadauld invited each young woman to bring another young woman into full Church activity. We invite you to tell us about the experiences you have had in accepting this invitation. Please include your name, age, address, telephone number, and ward and stake (or branch and district). Send your article to An Invitation to Young Women, Liahona, Floor 24, 50 East North Temple Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84150-3223, USA; or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.