Teenagers Who Pioneered: Henry Sanderson

Teenagers Who Pioneered: Henry Sanderson

This is the first in a series of posts about teenagers who were Mormon pioneers. July 24 is Pioneer Day. For Mormon teenagers, this is a day of fireworks and parades, but it’s also a day to remember the Mormon pioneers. Can you imagine spending your teen years walking...
Summer Volunteer Work

Summer Volunteer Work

A lot of teens think of summer as a chance to kick back and relax, maybe mow a few lawns to earn some cash…a break from life. Other teens, though, see it as extra time to make a difference in the world. When they go back to school and get asked to write the usual...
Peer Pressure and Popularity

Peer Pressure and Popularity

When I was growing up, people were always telling me to avoid negative peer pressure. They made it sound so easy. “If someone asks you to do something you shouldn’t, just say no and walk away.” Sometimes inspirational stories told in church classes made it sound...
Teen Empathy

Teen Empathy

A study in the news these days says that teens today are less empathetic. Empathy means to be able to put yourself in someone else’s shoes and imagine what things must be like for them. Being able to do this helps us to be kinder and more Christ-like. It also makes us...
Peter Vidmar: Pursuing Excellence

Peter Vidmar: Pursuing Excellence

Peter Vidmar’s name can be found as a member of the Olympic Hall of Fame as the highest scoring gymnast in Olympic history. He’s won two gold medals and one silver, competing during the 1980s. Today he talks to teens and adults about making your dreams come true....
The 5 Browns Are Friends, Not Just Siblings

The 5 Browns Are Friends, Not Just Siblings

When people think of classical music concerts, they used to think of quiet, stodgy music played by elegant musicians in tuxes and evening gowns to an older audience. The 5 Browns changed that. These five young adults, all siblings, alternately wear evening clothes and...
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