A teenager talks about the power music has to make her life better–or worse. A musician talks about what to do about that power. What is your music saying to you?
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Paris Thomas was once homeless and has been a high school dropout. Today, he’s become a Mormon. He’s back in school and making something of himself. What did Paris learn about himself that made the difference?
The Book of Mormon Musical doesn’t just make fun of Mormons–it treats young people disrespectfully.
Spencer might have been able to win the triathlon if he hadn’t chosen to push and pull a friend with cerebral palsy throughout the entire race. He wanted Dayton to have a chance to be in a triathlon and he was willing to push himself to the limits to make it happen.
Everyone can’t be the star of the show, but to God, everyone’s contributions matter.
Being creative doesn’t have to mean painting pictures or writing famous books. Everyone can be creative in surprising ways.
Madison is severely autistic and couldn’t earn the award the other girls in her church group were earning…so they decided to earn it for her.
Ryker Matthews, an All-American lineman at American Fork High School in Utah, was recently selected as the Army All-American player of the year—one of high school football’s highest honors. It helps that Ryker is 6’6″ tall and weighs 285 lbs, but the honor focuses on his character, not his size. The Army chooses its All-American [...]
Brandon Jackson is a teenage hero. He’s eighteen years old and since he was fourteen, he’s raised more than 150,000 dollars to help Honduran orphans. He also travels there to work with the children at his own expense on a regular basis. He first learned of the project when a Catholic woman spoke at his [...]