“Contents,” Ensign, June 1982 Ensign June 1982 Volume 12 Number 6 Contents Special Features First Presidency Message: Constancy amid ChangePresident N. Eldon Tanner Christ and the CreationElder Bruce R. McConkie How Beautiful to Live in These Times and Be Prepared!Elder F. Enzio Busche Moroni’s PromiseCarolyn Manning Brink Family Organizations: For the Fun of It!The Roundup Reunion Lucille C SkanchyRemembering Christopher Layton: A Report from an Ancestral Family Organization Noel R. BartonWhen Your Family Isn’t LDS Harvey C. Greenhalgh, Jr.Hold Fast the Heritage Lillian S. Hinton The Branch at Scotia PlaceRubina Rivers Forester A Song of the HeartConnee Garrett How the Bible Came to Be: Part 5, Glimmers of Light in DarknessLenet H. Read Using the New Bible Dictionary in the LDS EditionRobert J. Matthews The Receiving End of GivingWalter L. Maughan Breaking Up without Going to Pieces: When Dating Doesn’t End in MarriageM. Gawain Wells Helping Children HelpColleen Whitley Now That I’m a Grandmother … Mildred Barther A Sense of PerspectiveCarol B. Olsen Regular Features I Have a QuestionArthur R. BassettEric Jay Olson PoetryJoseph Pam BookstaberCarthage Donnell HunterThreshold Katrina Mahoney Mormon Journal“Set the Table, God Will Provide” Dorothy F. HaskinsMore Than a Garden Caren BealReunion with Gladys Shirlye Stewart Sharing Random Sampler News of the Church Comment On the cover: Painting by Dan Baxter, 34″ by 22″, oil on canvas, 1982. See page 24 for a special group of articles on family organizations. Inside front cover: Painting by Frederick Schafer, 14″ by 22″, oil on canvas. Located in the Church Historical Department. This landscape by Frederick Schafer shows the Salt Lake Valley around 1888, with the Tabernacle and partially completed Salt Lake Temple in the right foreground. Inside back cover: Crossing the Platte, by Harold Hopkinson, 24″ by 48″, oil on canvas, 1984. Led by Brigham Young, the original company of pioneers reached the present-day site of Casper, Wyoming, in June of 1847. After considerable difficulty, they successfully crossed the river using rafts.