June 1987

“Contents,” Ensign, June 1987, 1


June 1987

Volume 17 Number 6

On the cover: Photography by Steve Bunderson.

Inside front cover: The Papeete Tahiti Temple, photography by Wm. Floyd Holdman. When President Spencer W. Kimball broke ground for the Papeete Tahiti Temple on 13 February 1981, he prayed that it would be a “light to all in these islands.” The temple was dedicated by President Gordon B. Hinckley two and one-half years later, 27–29 October 1983.

Inside back cover: The Washington Temple, by Al Rounds, 24″ by 32″, watercolor, 1987. Courtesy of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Bushnell. The Washington Temple is located on a wooded, fifty-seven acre site in Kensington, Maryland, a suburb of Washington, D.C. The temple is a modern, stylized adaption of the Salt Lake Temple. It was dedicated 19–22 November 1974 by President Spencer W. Kimball.