“Contents,” Ensign, Apr. 1987, 1EnsignApril 1987Volume 17 Number 4ContentsSpecial FeaturesFirst Presidency Message: Lost BattalionsPresident Thomas S. Monson“This Day Is This Scripture Fulfilled”Keith MeservyA Reflection on the Atonement’s Healing PowerEdwin W. AldousGiving Spiritual Nourishment to the Less Active: A Panel DiscussionFaith with a Southern AccentGiles H. Florence, Jr.Belmont’s Blessing in DisguiseJanet PetersonThe Process of PrayerJoanne B. DoxeyThe Faith to ObeySandra StallingsCardston—Harvesting a Pioneer HeritageDon L. SearleHappiness along the WayMildred BarthelSingles and Marrieds—Together in the FaithKathleen LubeckDan Jones, Welshman: Taking the Gospel HomeRonald D. DennisRegular FeaturesI Have a QuestionOliver Cowdery’s testimony Richard Lloyd AndersonPoetryReflections on a Sunday Spring Evening Robert M. DonaldsonA Mother’s Reflection Sybil W. LukeFor Kerri Lynn Betty A. HarveyHandbook for Families: Teaching Children about Temple MarriageHome EveningsA New Ring for Home Evening Leonora CannonSeriously Now … Bertha SawyerMormon Journal“… And Please Bless My Fingers” Betsy Haglund NagelBrother Ed Warren C. PropesGrandma’s Blessing Kirk F. HazenComfort from Beyond the Veil Owen C. BennionResearch and Perspectives: Nephi and the ExodusPortraitsAnn Sward Hansen: Service Is Her Role Heidi A. WaldropDennis Flake: Leaving Life “in the Lord’s Hands” Bob CazierThe Visiting Teacher: Homemaking: An Opportunity for Every WomanRandom SamplerFamily History, Warts and AllGo Fly a KitePool GardeningNews of the ChurchOn the cover: Jesus in the Synagogue at Nazareth, by Greg K. Olsen, 15″ by 20″, oil, 1987. Courtesy of Leo and Annette Beus.Inside front cover: Portrait of the Savior, by Greg K. Olsen, 18″ by 15″, oil, 1986. Courtesy of Elder Hugh W. Pinnock.Inside back cover: “This Do in Remembrance of Me,” by Harry Anderson. © Pacific Press Publishing Association; used by permission. On the fifth day of the week, which was the Galilean Passover, Jesus and his disciples retired to a house, the large upper room of which was “furnished and prepared.” (Mark 14:15.) Here they observed the Passover, at which time Jesus instituted the sacrament in remembrance of his atoning sacrifice shortly to come.