“Contents,” Ensign, Oct. 1980, 1EnsignOctober 1980 Volume 10 Number 10ContentsSpecial FeaturesFirst Presidency Message Teaching Children of GodPresident N. Eldon TannerAn Ordinary Monday Night: Home Evening in Mexico with President KimballElder F. Burton HowardStrengthening the Less ActiveElder A. Theodore TuttleThese People Shall Be My People: On Changing WardsDianne Dibb ForbisThoughts That Need ThinkingElder Hugh W. PinnockWinning the Argument or Solving the Problem: Which Do You Want?Steve GillilandJob: Parallels with the SaviorS. Brent Farley“Thy Constant Companion”: The Promised Blessings of the Holy GhostSpencer J. Condie“Rock Me, Daddy”Brent D. CooperShared SonJanice Kapp PerrySustaining, Supporting, and Surviving—As the Wife of a Busy Church WorkerDiane K. JenningsThe Temple Slippers I Didn’t WearKathleen R. DavisA Pale Yellow Rose Called “Peace”Margaret ToyneBooks for Latter-day Saints: 1980 UpdateRegular FeaturesPoetryMirthrightSpeaking Today: Patience Elder Neal A. MaxwellI Have a QuestionJoyce P. BrownClark SwainShirley M. ArmstrongMormon JournalThe Blessing Returned Hans-Wilhelm KellingTithing—It Works Keith MooreThe Fifty-Cent Triumph Jean MitchellSharingRandom SamplerDiscovery: Seventeenth-Century Seekers Wait for the Restoration Gary W. EllsworthKeeping PaceThe Best Thing We’ve DoneCommentNews of the ChurchOn the cover: Autumn Landscape, James Taylor Harwood, 18″ by 32″, oil on canvas, 1926. Located in the Church Historical Department. Used by permission of June Rose Harwood Spring.Inside front cover: “We have been entrusted with a special message for all the world. We must ever be conscious of that trust & ever be on the alert. There is a tide to be taken now in the affairs of the Church in all the earth which will lift us up & carry us forward as never before. Let us then not weary in well doing.”—President Spencer W. KimballInside back cover: Martin Handcart Company—Bitter Creek, Wyoming, 1856, Clark Kelley Price, 36″ by 48″, oil on canvas, 1980. Located in the Church Administration Building.