Popular speaker, Andrew Horton calls endless chips and salsa at his favorite restaurant "pure happiness." But the people who have never been there and haven't experienced what he has don't know what they've been missing. He says the same thing can be true of people who haven't done what they need to in order to build a strong gospel foundation. Andrew combines stories and quotes from the Brethren and uses trademark humor to teach us how to strengthen our faith and our testimony. He says that asking questions is good and can also be funny—"What do you get when you throw a bunch of noodles into the ocean? A pasta sea! Is it true that cannibals don't eat clowns because they taste funny?" He says that even harder questions about the gospel, after careful consideration, can actually build our faith.