For our most recent MTC activity, we gathered at the apartment of one of our zone leaders, Brent Thurgood, for a discussion session to follow up on our earlier activities. Building off of the Brooklyn Bridge activity where we learned about developing testimonies, we began by discussing the elements that make up a strong testimony, along with the question of whether it is possible to "have a testimony" even while having some uncertainties. The youth and leaders shared some wonderful thoughts and experiences, including the importance of basing a testimony on the fundamentals like the love Christ and our Heavenly Parents have for us, being patient and trusting that our questions will be answered at some point, and recording and remembering the spiritual experiences we have. The youth also talked about how they can be strong in their commitments to the commandments and be a positive, loving influence in the lives of their friends, both inside the church and out. It was wonderful to feel the Spirit fill the room as we talked about these things in such an open and comfortable setting. To top it all off, we enjoyed delicious hot chocolate, hot cider, and donuts to keep us warm despite the cold weather.