“Contents,” Ensign, Aug. 1986, 1EnsignAugust 1986 Volume 16 Number 8ContentsSpecial FeaturesFirst Presidency Message: Go Forward with FaithPresident Gordon B. Hinckley“A Choice Seer”Elder Neal A. MaxwellElder L. Tom Perry: Serving with EnthusiasmElder Loren C. DunnOne Step at a TimeSharon S. BrownRudy and Berta Lopez: A Guatemalan Perspective on Living the GospelDon L. SearleHelping Children Build a Moral Framework for LifeTerry OlsonGeorge Reynolds: Loyal Friend of the Book of MormonBruce A. Van OrdenA Matter of PrayerJane C. Babcock“But That’s My Show!”: Weighing the Value of Watching TelevisionSheryl Condie KemptonAbby RuthDebra Huggins BairdRegular FeaturesPoetryFrom Clay Marilyn McMeen Miller BrownThe Ritual Dianne Keetch AndersonHandbook for Families: Coping with Disturbing BehaviorI Have a QuestionAbused children Carlfred BroderickAchieving perfection in this life Gerald N. LundMormon JournalIt Took Thirteen Years to Cross the Street Kent HansenOur Family’s Reverence Lesson Randal A. WrightPortraitsJulie Jacobs: Her Lamp is Shining in Holland Ruth Harris SwanerGary Reese: Scouting the Eagle Trail Rita W. HappyRandom SamplerMore Than Journals and Group SheetsGrandma’s Grab BagLunch with DadMirthrightFiction: The Geometry LessonJean Zundel LiebenthalSpeaking Today: “I Stand All Amazed”Jeffrey R. HollandNews of the ChurchOn the cover: Joseph Smith Testifies of the Book of Mormon, by Robert Barrett, 24″ by 18″, acrylic on board, 1986.Inside front cover: The Oakland Temple, by Al Rounds, 22″ by 30″, watercolor, 1985. Courtesy of Mr. and Mrs. Kent Rounds.Dedicated 17, 18, and 19 November 1964, the Oakland Temple in Oakland, California, was the last of five temples to be dedicated by President David O. McKay. Although President McKay had been ill a short time previously, he spoke at all six dedicatory sessions and gave the dedicatory prayer in four of them.Inside back cover: Fruits of the Earth, by Robert Duncan, 15″ by 30″, oil on canvas, 1984. Courtesy of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Spencer.A depiction of harvest time in nineteenth-century rural Utah.