“Contents,” Ensign, Oct. 1989, 1 Ensign October 1989 Volume 19 Number 10 Contents Special Features First Presidency Message: A Mighty Change of HeartPresident Ezra Taft Benson Christ-Centered TeachingC. Richard Chidester Sharing General ConferenceElizabeth S. VanDenBerghe Mom—at HomeDerin Head Rodriguez One of “Those” FamiliesName Withheld Why Are These Things Not Recorded in Your Journal?Michael K. Parson Legacy of the Mormon PavilionBrent L. Top “But I Thought Husbands Took Out the Garbage!”Kenneth W. Matheson “Hearken, O Ye People of My Church”Margaret P. Baker Called to Tubuai: Missionary Couples in French Polynesia, 1850S. George Ellsworth Family Home Evening for OneJudyth F. Barton Who Will Adopt a Dying Child?Carole W. Hankal “Out There” and BackDon L. Searle Regular Features Mormon JournalOur Potato-Crop Prayer Edward C. JohnI Pretended to Be Asleep Lilly Swanigan and Annie SmithWe Knew the Plane Would Come Maudene (Deanie) Adams Handbook for Families: Teaching Children to Keep the Sabbath PortraitsHer Storehouse of Love Lila HansenThe Missionary Pitch James and Carolyn FoleyHis Kind of CallingAwaking the Sleepy James W. RitchieOpen-House Granny I Have a QuestionSunday baby-sitting Jayne B. MalanChurch callings for nonmembers Paul M. Norton Random SamplerThe Loveliest Job in the WardSelf-Sufficiency Scavenger HuntParty by Proxy The Visiting Teacher: Turning Our Hearts Research and Perspectives: Hebrew Literary Patterns in the Book of MormonDonald W. Parry Speaking Today: The Waning of BelongingBruce C. Hafen Comment News of the Church On the cover: Christ Healing the Man with the Withered Hand, by Robert T. Barrett, 36″ by 24″, oil, 1981. Courtesy of Museum of Church History and Art. Inside front cover: Samuel Smith, First Missionary, by William Whittaker, 24″ by 36″, acrylic, 1969. Courtesy of Lorin F. Wheelwright family. On 30 June 1830, Samuel H. Smith, brother of the Prophet Joseph, set out from Manchester, New York, with copies of the Book of Mormon. His work led to the conversion of Brigham Young and Heber C. Kimball. Inside back cover: The Conversion of Alma, by Gary Kapp, 78″ by 96″, oil, 1989. Courtesy of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Ashton.