He Is My Savior, Too
Thank you for the amazing articles in the Nov. 2010 issue. The one that I liked most was
April B., Arizona
The Only Magazine I Read Frequently
The New Era is the only magazine I read frequently and really enjoy its messages. The first thing I look for when a new issue arrives is the Mormonad. They are a fascinating way for me and other youth to look at topics using pictures to describe the message. They make us think in a different way. I really like all the Mormonads, but my favorites are the one about
B. N., Oregon
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Walking into the Past
I think the article
Kaylei L., Utah
The article “Walking into the Past” helped me understand better about how the Mormons in Kirtland felt and the hardships they went through. Also what they did for fun and how they worked. The games they played looked really fun. It reminded me of my own trip to Kirtland. I felt my testimony grow when I toured the Whitney home and store and the room that the School of the Prophets met in.
Curtis H., Texas
Listen to the Holy Ghost
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What I Need
The stories in the New Era are what I need to hear. I wasn’t very good at reading these when I started, but now it is a way I can reach out to my Heavenly Father in my heart.
Jack H., Utah
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Ariana O., Australia
I can hardly wait until the New Era comes every month. The stories are always good and inspire me to be a better person. I like it when I can relate to the stories because of my experiences. The Extra Smile always puts a smile on my face.
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