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The Value of a Good Name
Our good name can be a valued asset worth more than the riches of the world.
What Joseph Smith Taught:
Joseph Smith knew the power of being unified in Christ’s Church.
Dramatizing scenes from the life of Joseph Smith helped me gain a testimony.
Back in Time
Arizona teens found that researching family records was more fun than they imagined.
Questions and Answers
“I’m afraid that someone might offer me alcohol or drugs. I don’t like to say no to people or make them mad at me. How can I make sure I won’t give in?”
Don’t Get Trapped
Drugs take away your life. Don’t go there.
In Guadeloupe, LDS youth know the gospel brings blessings no matter how long you’ve been in the Church.
Dad found a special way to let us know that he loved us.
It’s Not Easy
Even though I’m the only Church member in my family, I’m still not alone.
One Special Night
For one night, everyone who attended a special prom was a king or a queen.
Why Am I LDS?
One teen writes in his school paper about being LDS.
My Secret Crush
Can I know now who I am going to marry someday?
The Extra Smile
No One Will Ever Know
In every case, you know and God knows.
Following Christ; dealing with hard times; be like Nephi; one small act of service.
She’s Tutu Good
Ballerina Whitney Jensen talks about what keeps her on her toes.
We’ve Got Mail
More Than Meets the Eye