picture of Tongan girl- pg 28
could use picture pg 3 of http://lds.org/churchmagazines/2003/Feb2003Friend.pdf
“ When I was little, I lived in Zwickau, Germany. My grandmother had a friend with white, flowing hair. Her name was Sister Ewig and she invited my grandmother to church. When our family went there, we saw many children. All of us were very impressed by the music, especially the singing. One song, “Jesus wants me for a Sunbeam” really impressed me. I felt close to Jesus when I sang it. I knew that He wanted me to be a sunbeam for Him. I still love that song- and the testimony that it gave me of the Savior. My whole family- except me, because I was six years old- were baptized members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. When I was eight, I was baptized in a public swimming pool by my father. I challenge you children to follow the words of the prophets. ...When you do, you will find the answers to your questions, whether you are 6, 9, 11, 19, or, like me, 69 years old!”
picture of Judy and Christopher-
http://lds.org/churchmagazines/FR_2008_04_00___02264_000_000.pdf page 29
“Chieko Nishimura Okazaki has good parents. She had grandparents that were from Japan and were hard workers. They were Buddists, Buddhism being the main religion in Japan. They didn’t know Jesus Christ. But they knew goodness. They taught her to be kigatsuku(key-got-sue-koo) That means being good without being asked. Her mother as sweeping the floor would say to her, “Cheiko, what would a kigatsku (key-got-sue-koo) girl do now? She would think for a minute and get a dustpan and hold it for her.” So can we be (key-got-sue-koo) too and choose the right without being asked to do it!
picture of hand shake- pg 3 of
Mexico- From Friend, May 1999, “Friend to Friend- An interview with Jerald L. Taylor of the Seventy by Janet Peterson”
Korea- from Friend April 1997, “Kim Ho Jik- Korean Pioneer” by Rebecca Taylor
“Kim Ho Jik was the first Korean to be baptized a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He was born April 16, 1905. He joined the Presbyterian Church in 1925 and was very active, but something still seemed to be missing from his life.”… He went to America to go to college. “There he met Oliver Wayman, a fellow student and a Church member. Ho Jik was impressed by Brother Wayman’s clean lifestyle—he didn’t smoke, drink, or do other bad things. When Oliver gave him a copy of The Articles of Faith by James E. Talmage, Ho Jik read it within a week and eagerly asked for more information. Soon he had finished the Book of Mormon, too, and believed it to be the word of God. He started attending Church meetings with Oliver.” Eventually Ho Jik joined the church. “Kim Ho Jik helped the church become established in South Korea, housed missionaries, translated the Articles of Faith in Korean, the sacrament prayers, hymns, and other Church materials into Korean. His example led many to investigate the Church.” We can choose the right like the Brother Wayman that was a good example to Kim Ho Jik and help others join the church.
English- Share personal experience of choosing the right from family records