winners are:

Lake, Donna Weaver, Jen, Wendy, Jessica Spo,Ashley, Sarah Daley, Lindsay Neville,Geordon VanTassle

I will start trying to contact you all tomorrow, or if you see this first, you can email me at jrallisonfans at yahoo.com and send me your email address so I can give you your code.


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winners are: — 2 Comments

  1. Janette-
    I just wanted to come on here and thank you. I’m not sure if you remember me, but a little while ago I left a comment on one of your posts about my situation having to do with being LDS and my parents not. I’ve been doing my best to do what you said. This year my parents allowed me to go to Girls Camp, and I had a blast. It was my second year (I am 13) and I was able to have the strenght and courage to bear my testimony at the testimony fireside. I remember last year I wanted to sooo bad, but I never stood up, and when it was over I felt really bad. This year I felt that same way again that I needed to, and I almost missed my chance. The bishop said, “Anybody want to go before we end?” I hurried and stood up, and I instantly felt relief flooding to my heart. Ever since I have been able to grow and grow. I pray every night and read my scriptures. I have a gratitude journal which I also write in every night to ponder of the gifts Heavenly Faher has given me. I read talks on lds.org. I try to be modest, and I have never dated, although a lot of my friends have. I know that even though it is hard to be true to my faith, God will strengthen me and guide me through it. I’ve prayed to him to help my parents be more open-minded, and recently they have been letting me participate in YW and mutual activities, but not church yet. I also know that heavenly father understands that I would choose to go to church if I could, and that I am not trying to be sinful in any way. I cannot partake in the sacrament, so I pray for forgiveness. Anyways I’d like to thank you for helping me out, your advice has helped my testimony to grow. God bless you.

    • Thank you for that update! I’m glad to hear that things are going well and that you’re making good decisions. Keep doing what you’re doing! The decisions you make during your teen years will affect the rest of your life. Make sure you keep doing those things that will help the Holy Ghost be with you. Life can and will be hard sometimes but having God there with you makes it 100% easier. I’m cheering for you and I know so many other people are too!

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