Mormon youth--Religious life; Mormon youth--Conduct of life; Parent and teenager--Religious aspects--Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Now, the most important answers for LDS youth ages 12–18 can be found in one book. The authors use quotes from Church leaders, informative real- life stories, and colorful graphics to engage the minds of teenagers. Most important, this invaluable book gives readers, including leaders and parents, the doctrinal “whys” to back up the standards found in the For the Strength of Youth pamphlet.
Features answers to more than 100 questions, such as:
Why do some people who break the commandments appear happy?
Why shouldn’t I just “try” alcohol, just so I can see what it tastes like?
Why is wearing two pairs of earrings such a big deal? Or is it?
Why is it wrong to steady date someone if we both have high standards?
Why is 16 the magical age— is it all that different from 15?
Why is pornography a big deal if it doesn’t hurt anybody?
Why shouldn’t I wear flip-flops to Church?
Why do some people who pay tithing still not have a lot of money?
Why should I talk to the bishop about certain sins?