New Era, Nov. 2008, inside front cover–1
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The Sanctity of Womanhood
Many women do not realize their intrinsic worth.
Putting Off the Natural Young Woman
Being good seemed so boring until I found true joy.
I Couldn’t Say No
Agreeing to stay on at a new position at work changed my life forever.
Come Listen to a Prophet’s Voice
Questions and Answers
I was asked out on a date, but I’m not 16 yet. What is the best way to turn this person down without hurting their feelings?
Choosing Her Words
Alba Fonseca has a gift with words that she uses to serve others.
What Joseph Taught:
Life in the Eternities
Through revelation, Joseph saw the glories of life in the eternities.
Believe It to the Bone
Teens in Trinidad deal with temptations but understand who they are and what they stand for.
To the Point
Why do we use water instead of wine; why are dresses or skirts Sunday best; what should we talk to the bishop about?
Run, Swim, Run
For Makena Madsen, the ocean near her home is a big, fun challenge.
Personal Progress helped me make a good friend.
What exactly makes a woman beautiful?
Small Things, Great Results
I don’t know why I invited my friend to a service project and bore my testimony. But it changed his life.
The Extra Smile
From the Field:
We were sent at just the right moment.
Sunday basketball; best coach; a close call; great hymn; friends at Church; not one sip.
From Bondi to Baguio
Blake McKeown is now working to save other lives.
What’s in It for You
We’ve Got Mail
Change of Seasons
Photograph by David A. Edwards