“Contents,” Ensign, Mar. 1981, 1EnsignMarch 1981Volume 11 Number 3ContentsSpecial FeaturesIn Honor of President Spencer W. Kimball at His 86th BirthdayFirst Presidency Message: “He Did It with All His Heart, and Prospered”President Spencer W. KimballTo Love the Things God LovesDennis R. Peterson“Hello, I’m John Darrington and I Think We’re Related”John C. DarringtonTeaching Morality to Your ChildrenTerrance D. OlsonBarbara Smith: A Call to Service, a Time to RejoiceJoAnn JolleyHomemaking Day … Time for DiscoveryDonna L. CravenRelief Society: Why I Keep Going BackMary M. HarrisPriesthood and Relief Society: Working TogetherHelenjean KestnerThe Day I Learned What It Means to Be a GramLu Jones WaiteHome Evening, Singles StyleKatheryn KearneyThese Scouts Read ScripturesVelene M. ChatwinWinners of the 1981 Writing ContestsArticle Contest First Place Winner: Via BoitoMitchell Lee EdwardsPoetry Contest WinnersIn Laie Scott Ellis FerrinTo Louis Bertrand, Missionary to France 1852 Breck EnglandLamanite Daughter Caroline S. HarperIn the Hour of Prayer Susan Cole BybeeA Tour of Israel: Climbing Mt. Sinai Ann BestLucy Mack Smith Sandra LundquistFiction Contest First Place Winner: Flowers on the WallTom WilliamsMusic Contest WinnersLet Not Our Souls Forget Dan CarterLove Is Spoken Here Janice Kapp PerryWitnesses of the Glories of HeavenMilton V. Backman, Jr.139-Year-Old Portraits of Joseph and Emma SmithLavina Fielding AndersonWhat Did Joseph Smith Look Like?Ephraim HatchRegular FeaturesSharingRandom SamplerI Have a QuestionThomas P. SmithGeorge D. DurrantMormon JournalTestimony in the Midst of a Storm Jacque FelshawThe Search for My Father: A Real Treasure Hunt Mary Louise HoffmanA Warning in the Night Isabelle HansonNews of the ChurchOn the cover: Details from portraits of Joseph Smith and Emma Smith. (See articles on pages 62 and 65.) Attributed to Sutcliffe Maudsley, these paintings were probably completed around 1842. They are watercolor and measure 9″ by 12″ (matted images are 7″ by 9 3/4″). Used by permission, Buddy Youngreen. All rights reserved.Inside front cover: Tabernacle—Thatcher, Arizona, by Al Rounds, 36″ by 42″, watercolor, 1980. Original painting in the possession of Thomas Plant.Inside back cover: Welfare Project, by Earl Jones, 36″ by 48″, oil on canvas, 1980, located in the Church Historical Department.