“Contents,” Ensign, July 1989, 1EnsignJuly 1989Volume 19 Number 7ContentsSpecial FeaturesFirst Presidency Message: Born of GodPresident Ezra Taft BensonUnrighteous DominionElder H. Burke PetersonTemple Ancestor DayRichard TiceMargaret McNeil Ballard’s Legacy of FaithElder M. Russell BallardA Grave by the Little BlueTerry Lynne Telford JonesThe Honeymoon TrailH. Dean GarrettThe Search for Early Members of the ChurchSusan Easton Black“Lord, Is It I?”—What I Learned from Martin Harris and JonahJames M. Perry and Robert J. WoolleyBuon Giorno!Don L. SearleEnjoying Sacrament Meeting with ChildrenChris CroweEnsign Contest WinnersRules for the 1990 Writing and Music ContestsEliza R. Snow Poetry Contest WinnersIn the Shadow of the Sun Michael UmphreyGathering Linda Madsen SheffieldBeware the Leaven of the Pharisees Marilyn F. DaleThe Jigsaw Puzzle Yolanda KlinglerThe Reunion Sherrie Ahlstrom Hundley1989 Life-style Contest Winner: Child of PromiseElaine F. WhiteleyCoping with the Heartache of MiscarriageJanene Wolsey BaadsgaardRegular FeaturesMormon JournalOne Hundred Pounds of Potatoes Horst Scharffs, as told to Sandra Dawn BrimhallMy Nonmember Missionary Cherry L. Morrow“Maybe I Can Help” Susan Zabriskie HomanI Have a Question: The role of grace in LDS theologyRobert E. ParsonsResearch and Perspectives: Recent Studies on the Book of MormonRandom SamplerLife-Styles of the Prepared and FamousHome Evening in Lehi’s Tent (Almost)Speaking TodayAll That the Father Has President Thomas S. MonsonA Tribute to Women Elder Boyd K. PackerRestoration of the Aaronic Priesthood Elder Robert B. HarbertsonThe Visiting Teacher: “Come Back”News of the ChurchOn the cover: Saints Crossing the Bear River, by Gregory Sievers, 24″ by 36″, oil, 1987. Courtesy of Mrs. Clytie Barber.Inside front cover: Wash Day, by May Blair, 18″ by 24″, oil, 1987.Inside back cover: Summer at the Heber C. Kimball Home, by Al Rounds, 20″ by 28″, watercolor, 1985. Courtesy of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald S. Meiling. The Heber C. Kimball home in Nauvoo, shown with the Nauvoo Temple in the background, was erected in 1845. The Kimball family lived there for only five months. Unable to sell the home before their departure from Nauvoo, they abandoned it on 4 February 1846 to make the trek west. Today, the home is one of numerous homes visited by tourists in Nauvoo.