“Contents,” Ensign, Sept. 1990, 1 Ensign September 1990 Volume 20 Number 9 Contents Special Features First Presidency Message: Keys to Successful Member-Missionary WorkPresident Ezra Taft Benson Walls of the MindPresident Howard W. Hunter Everyone Has InfluenceLindsay R. Curtis A Chance to Start Over: Church Disciplinary Councils and the Restoration of BlessingsElder M. Russell Ballard “What If This Is Really True?”Derek Preece The Atonement of Jesus Christ, Part 3Hugh W. Nibley St. Johns: An Oasis Built on BedrockGiles H. Florence, Jr. The Saints of St. Johns Blessed with Trials Intensive Care Keeping Mentally WellJan Underwood Pinborough Ezekiel, Prophet of HopeKeith H. Meservy Avoiding Unrighteous DominionJames S. and Jeanne N. Jardine Mother-in-Law/LoveDorothy Levie Nielsen Regular Features SharingThe Absentee BlessingBlinded by PrideWe Can’t All Be Brown Handbook for Families: Focusing on Family Fitness The Visiting Teacher: Remember Him through Service Mormon JournalFear and a Priesthood Blessing Ian LlewellynFriedrichsdorf, a Hallowed Refuge Erika F. MuellerPipes Walking through the Snow Susan Easton BlackSomething to Live For Gary G. Felt Random SamplerFinding Money around the HouseOur “Big Event” Home EveningThere’s Wheat in This Meat!Birthday Report Card I Have a Question: Maintaining LDS standards in television viewingJoseph Walker News of the Church On the cover: Photos of the Raban family (front cover) and the Brown family’s cattle drive (back cover) by Craig Dimond. Backdrop photo by Wayne Davis. Inside front cover: Joseph Smith Reading by Candlelight, by Robert T. Barrett, 18″ by 24″, oil, 1988. Courtesy of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hughes. The Lord declared that the Prophet Joseph Smith “translated the book [of Mormon], even that part which I have commanded him, and as your Lord and your God liveth it is true.” (D&C 17:6.) Inside back cover: BYU Campus, by Al Rounds, 20″ by 26″, watercolor, 1986. Courtesy of the Brigham Young University Alumni Association. Established in 1875, the Church’s Brigham Young University is the largest private university in the United States, with 500 buildings on 638 acres. In the lower left corner is the old Brigham Young Academy. Above it is the N. Eldon Tanner Building. Farther right and above is the Spencer W. Kimball Tower. The Provo Temple, center, is northeast of campus.