The last general conference was amazing. I loved how they talked about the responsibilities of the priesthood. Since I’m a new deacon, it helped me understand better about being an honest deacon. I can hardly wait for the next conference.
Zachary S., Arizona
My Savior, Too
The story that stood out to me in the November 2010 New Era was
Bradi M., Utah
A Solid Routine
Thank you for including the story of Jackson Payne in
Joseph C., Nevada
Reading the New Era
I like to read the articles in the magazine every month. They help me with problems and give me ideas for talks. Plus, I learn ways to be better and live the gospel. It’s like getting a monthly reminder of who I am and where I want to go.
Roni J., Utah
I recently gave my first talk in sacrament meeting. I had just read the article
Spencer G., Utah
One Sunday Was the Difference
I enjoyed the article “One Sunday Was the Difference” in the August 2009 issue. I feel as if the lessons in my Sunday School class are meant for me. I relate to the girl in the article because I have become comfortable around people who do not have the same standards as I do. This article helped me understand that not only do I need to have the same standards that the For the Strength of Youth booklet discusses, but I should also put myself in a group of people who share the same standards. Reading about someone in the same situation inspires me to do as she did.
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