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  • “Abraham Abraham and Me” (July 2016 Friend)
    James B., age 12, shares how he was baptized for one of his ancestors in the temple.
  • “The Aquanaut Badge” (January 2017 Friend)
    Corwin B., age 11, shares how faith, prayer, and practice helped him when he was afraid to get a swimming activity badge.
  • “Being Like Nephi” (August 2017 Liahona and Friend)
    Mason, age 8, shares how Nephi’s example has helped him to make good choices.
  • “The Book of Mormon Club” (June 2017 Friend)
    Sydney D., age 10, tells how she loves to read and started a Book of Mormon reading club with a few of her friends.
  • “Cookies, Cans, and Christmas” (December 2016 Friend)
    MacCrae M., age 11, shares a story about his grandmother helping a homeless man and how it’s inspired him to show love to others.
  • “Emergency Evacuation!” (March 2016 Friend)
    Kyla, age 10, shares how her family was prepared after they practiced for an emergency as part of family home evening.
  • “Faithful Friends” (November 2016 Friend)
    Lindee G. and Ila P., both age 11, explain how they support each other in learning and sharing the gospel.
  • “Forever Family” (February 2017 Friend)
    Alison C., age 11, shares a poem she wrote about eternal families.
  • “Friends and Faith” (July 2017 Friend)
    Gary P., age 11, shares how he had a bad feeling when his friends starting watching an inappropriate video on a cell phone.
  • “Friendship Adds Up” (September 2015 Friend)
    Kyle and Ricky help each other learn different subjects in school, and become friends in the process.
  • “Goats on the Run” (January 2017 Friend)
    Evelyn, age 5, shares how she prayed that her goats would come back after they ran away.
  • “I Can Do Family History!” (September 2017 Friend)
    Mary, age 9, shares how she participates in family history work.
  • “I Finished the Book of Mormon!” (April 2016 Friend)
    Breanne C., age 8, tells about her family reading the Book of Mormon together.
  • “My Dad the Bishop” (March 2017 Friend)
    Syrena D., age 11, shares how she felt when her dad was called as a bishop.
  • “My Family Tree” (October 2016 Friend)
    Spencer, age 7, tells how he found ancestors who needed their temple work done.
  • “My Golden Ribbon Dance” (October 2015 Friend)
    Hannah used her dancing talents to share her testimony.
  • “My Miracle” (August 2016 Friend)
    Jonah F., age 11, talks about how it was a miracle for him that the doctor’s discovered he has type 1 diabetes.
  • “A Painting of Christ” (September 2017 Liahona and Friend)
    Tesla, age 11, tells how she painted a picture of Christ and gave it to her friend.
  • “A Quiet Warning” (May 2017 Friend)
    Rykin, age 11, shares how he was prompted to look before walking and discovered a large snake.
  • “Reading for Wheelchairs” (March 2017 Friend)
    Sam C., age 5, shares how he used reading to earn money to donate wheelchairs.
  • “Sister Sheldon’s Miracle” (August 2017 Liahona and Friend)
    Elyse, age 10, shares how they did nice things for their Primary president when she had cancer.
  • “Trading Mountains for Trees” (March 2016 Friend)
    Talmon, age 9, shares how he was nervous to move to a different place, but he discovers that the gospel is the same everywhere.
  • “Under-the-Stairs Prayers” (May 2016 Friend)
    Corbin, age 8, tells how he and his sister prayed after they got stuck in a closet.
  • “Was I Ready?” (June 2016 Friend)
    Collin M., age 12, shares how he wasn’t sure if he was ready to receive the Aaronic Priesthood until he read a scripture that helped him.
  • “What I Learned from Alex” (October 2016 Friend)
    Jack, age 12, shares how a friend was a good example for him to keep the Sabbath day holy.
  • “Which Path to Choose?” (September 2016 Liahona and Friend)
    Abbey F., age 11, tells how a girl at school would say mean things to her every day, but Abbey was nice to her and they eventually became friends.
  • “The Woodpile” (December 2015 Friend)
    Grant, age 11, shares how his attitude changed after his family gave away wood he wanted to keep to help another family stay warm.