“Contents,” Ensign, Aug. 1989, 1EnsignAugust 1989Volume 19 Number 8ContentsSpecial FeaturesFirst Presidency Message: In Search of Peace and FreedomPresident Gordon B. HinckleyPresident Ezra Taft Benson: Still Strong at Ninety!“God Will Protect Me until My Work Is Done”Ronald K. EsplinThe Lord’s Side of the LineElder George R. Hill IIIThe Golden-Rule SmileKathleen Krause CarringtonLeave the Obscene UnseenR. Gary ShapiroSage’s SongR. Val JohnsonPut Your Family on the Front PageRichard TiceFrom California to Council BluffsLarry C. PorterTime for Just UsJane McBride ChoateSister Lipke’s HandDan CrandallAt Home on the TundraDouglas A. NewBless This HouseGene and Bonnie DaltonBrotherly Love in PortugalDon L. SearleShould I Go Back to School?Karen OlsenRegular FeaturesPoetryMorning Worship Susan Evans McCloudJim Dorothy BradshawFirst Grader Clinton F. LarsonThe Visiting Teacher: The Worth of Souls Is GreatI Have a QuestionReincarnation Spencer J. PalmerPriesthood and Relief Society leaders working together Sherry JohnsonMormon JournalA Gift of Testimony Ken W. Bricker“Don’t Try to Convert Me” Maurine Kinghorn MuglestonTwo Books and an Organ Helen E. NobleRandom Sampler:Making Pillows TalkThe Fun of Family FolkloreThe Art of Scripture StudyTips for TalksNews of the ChurchOutside covers: Portraits of President Ezra Taft Benson. Painting by Knud Edsberg, 30″ by 40″, oil, 1988, courtesy of the Museum of Church History and Art; photography by Don Busath.Inside front cover: Chatburn-Downham, England, by Al Rounds, 20″ by 30″, watercolor, 1987. Courtesy of Mr. Robert Pratt. In 1838 in England, Heber C. Kimball and James Fielding traveled this road from the village of Chatburn to Downham. Townspeople who had embraced the gospel on their earlier visits bid them farewell, and more than forty young people accompanied them to Downham, a mile away, singing the songs of Zion. “Their parents gazed upon the scene with delight … and praised the God of heaven for sending us to unfold the principles of truth and the plan of salvation to them,” wrote Elder Kimball.Inside back cover: Sisters, by Ann Marie Oborn, 18″ x 24″, oil, 1984. Courtesy of the Merlin Bladd family.