Help! I have a new Mormon friend. Can I invite her to my Christmas party? Can I give her a gift? Do Mormons even celebrate Christmas? A guide for teenagers with Mormon friends.
Being creative doesn’t have to mean painting pictures or writing famous books. Everyone can be creative in surprising ways.
Everyday courage isn’t about running into burning buildings to save someone. It’s about having the courage to do what is right, no matter the risks.
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...
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...
What price do you put on your integrity? Do you tell the truth even when there is a big price to pay?
When life gets hard, do you complain, or look for the good you can find in it? Sometimes, a little of both can take you a long ways.
The Mormon Personal Progress program for teen girls is now on the Internet!
So you’re going off to college… Gary and Joy Lundberg published an article for Meridian Magazine in September of 2010 with some great advice for new college students. This is a short summary. To read the entire article, click here. Examine your reasons for wanting...