Do you wish you had a best friend–or any friends at all? Tips for teens on finding and being a friend.
The story of the friendship between David and Jonathon, two teenagers, has been an example of perfect friendships since Old Testament days.
David, a teenager whose life is told in the Old Testament, killed Goliath armed only with a slingshot and faith.
A study showed Mormon teens lived with hope for their futures and their eternal lives. What gives them this hope and what are they hoping for?
Mormon teens have a lot of goals they are expected to accomplish before they’re adults. Find out what some of them are and why they matter.
A recent study showed Mormon teens were more engaged in their religious community, in part because they have their own testimonies. How do they get them?
If you were a Mormon teenager, what would you be learning about living your religion?
A non-Mormon writer says teens need to know what their parents and faith communities expect of them. How do Mormon teens learn this?
A new book suggests Mormon teens are different from teens in other churches. What is the difference and does it matter?
Two brothers struggle to get along with each other. Find out what changed everything.