“Contents,” Ensign, Mar. 1986, 1EnsignMarch 1986 Volume 16 Number 3ContentsSpecial FeaturesFirst Presidency Message: Joy in ChristPresident Ezra Taft BensonElder M. Russell Ballard: True to the FaithKathleen Lubeck“Don’t Bet on It!”: A Latter-day Saint Look at GamblingMarvin K. GardnerOn Being DivorcedCathy HulseEnriching and Protecting the Home: A Conversation with Barbara W. Winder, Relief Society General PresidentWorking Double-Time: The Working Mother’s DilemmaJan Underwood PinboroughA Large Family of Small ChildrenVickie H. RandallIf You Would Serve Them, Love ThemSusan HainsworthJanie ThompsonJayne B. MalanWhen Children PrayCarolyn S. ManwaringSupplement to the Primary Fireside for Parents, Leaders, and Teachers“Teacher, Do You Love Me?”The Primary Role: Aiding Parents by Teaching the Gospel to Their Children Dwan J. YoungHow to Show Love to a Primary ChildHow to Love Teaching PrimaryParents and Primary: Partners in Teaching Children the GospelPrimary Changed Our Lives Donna Allred HahnThe Silver Dollar Effect: A Priesthood Leader Ponders Primary J. Kent MillingtonTestimonies of the Book of MormonA Mother’s Dream Vira H. Blake“Isn’t the Bible Enough?” A. Edward Carlson, Jr.B. H. Roberts: Seeker after TruthJohn W. WelchWinners of the 1986 Writing and Music ContestsPoetry WinnersSweetwater Alchemy Joyce NuttallMy Father’s Prayers Jean Zundel LiebenthalWhisperings of Spring Charlotte May HutchinsAt the Garden Tomb, John 1:5 Mary YoungShort Story Winner: Leaven: A Sacrifice of Thanksgiving, Amos 4:5Sharon C. MorganPersonal Article Winner: My Garden—A Harvest of Peace for the SoulBrenda Taylor PetersonRegular FeaturesHandbook for Families: Traditions Worth KeepingI Have a QuestionNew Testament Scriptures on Genealogy George H. FudgeMoroni 10:4 Daniel H. LudlowRandom SamplerBack to School—at Any AgeRx for the BluesTime with MomSpeaking Today: Trust in the Lord Elder Gene R. CookNews of the ChurchOn the cover: Photography by Michael Schoenfeldt.Inside front cover: Susquehanna House, by Larry Winborg, 18″ by 24″, oil, 1977. Courtesy of J. Bruce Kochevar.Shortly after obtaining the gold plates, Joseph and Emma Smith went to Harmony, Pennsylvania, to escape persecution. They lived with Emma’s family for a time, then purchased 13 1/2 acres of land and a home from Emma’s father. Joseph and Emma cleaned the house to make it livable, and there the Prophet resumed his translation of the plates.Inside back cover: Scenes from “Come with Me to Primary,” a film recently released by the Primary.In the Primary’s recently released filmstrip, “Come with Me to Primary,” Becky invites her nonmember friend to Primary. The filmstrip takes the two girls through a regular Primary meeting—opening exercises, lesson, and sharing time—then shows them at a later activity day. The filmstrip is to encourage children to bring friends to Primary, and to present an overview of the Primary program to priesthood and newly called Primary leaders.