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A testimony is necessary to get through the difficult teenage years. President Thomas S. Monson teaches how seminary can help you build and strengthen that testimony. "Effort is required," he says. "But it is effort you will never, ever regret." Believe, Obey, and Endure By President Thomas S. Monson4:14
Freedom within structure. Mormon teacher Yvette Yamagata believes this helped her win the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching. It's also how she views life. More at www.mormon.org/yvette1:44
Paris Thomas had a hard childhood. See how this Mormon teen came to know peace, and why he doesn't blame his circumstances, but believes they've made him a stronger person. Visit Paris' page at www.mormon.org/paris.4:18