You ask her to at least visit your church and give it a try.

She says she will, but she asks if you would be willing to do the same for her if she finds a different church that she prefers over yours.

It's late Friday evening, and you're exhausted after going to see a movie with some friends.

She tells you that she's been praying for a companion to serve God with, and she's been looking for a new church.

However, when you tell her that your church believes in the Book of Mormon, she is immediately suspicious.

(You may discover that this activity fills two or three entire MBA classes!

) However you approach this activity, remember that it's important to base your discussion in God's Word.

The mother has continued to attend church but is understandably emotional at times.

You've seen your friend once or twice since the news broke, but his or her church attendance appears to be dwindling severely.

There is a new young person that has recently moved to your branch.

You've never had many people your age from church living close by before, so you're excited to hang out.

Some of these issues may not seem like such a big deal.

Others may seem so overwhelming you feel like there's nothing you can do to make a positive difference. Option 1: Get a bunch of young people together, or just a few close friends, and go through each scenario one by one.

We want His opinion in the matter, and not our own personal opinions.