The teenage years.
They can be some of the most difficult years.
Yet also, the most rewarding.
My question is this:
What do you do when your teenagers aren't being the stalwart LDS kids you raised them to be?
Do you force them to go to church?
Do you drive them to early morning seminary?
Do you make them go to mutual, when you know they hate every second of it?
They're not bad kids.
And they're not necessarily doing anything wrong.
But they're not necessarily doing anything RIGHT, either.
They're struggling with their testimony.
How do you help?
What do you do?
What have you done?
Were you ever a "wayward teen"? What advice do you have for the parents?