What’s on Your Mind?
    Footnotes

    “What’s on Your Mind?” Friend, August 2018

    What’s on Your Mind?

    I feel scared when I hear about bad or scary things happening. What can I do to feel better? —Scared in Saskatchewan

    a daughter talking with a mom

    Illustrations by Adam Koford

    Dear Scared,

    When something scary happens, you can turn to Heavenly Father in prayer, to the scriptures, and to a grown-up you trust. All of these can help you feel peace. Serving others can also help the Holy Ghost bring you peace. Here are a few ideas for serving others. Put your own ideas in the blank spaces!

    I see …

    I can …

    A sick family member

    Make them a card or share a talent

    A story about a terrorist attack

    Pray for the people who were hurt

    A natural disaster

    Donate to the Church humanitarian fund or other service projects

    People who need help in my neighborhood

    Plan a service activity with your family. (Go to JustServe.org for ideas.)

    Someone being bullied

    Walk them away from the bully and tell an adult

    What’s on Your Mind?

    Do you have a question about the gospel, growing up, or getting a testimony? Email us at friend@ldschurch.org and put “What’s on Your Mind?” in the subject line. Don’t forget to include the permission statement on page 39. We’re excited to hear from you!