“Contents,” Ensign, Sept. 1991, 1EnsignSeptember 1991Volume 21 Number 9ContentsSpecial FeaturesFirst Presidency Message: “We Thank Thee, O God, for a Prophet”President Gordon B. Hinckley“The Lord’s Standards Haven’t Changed”Called to ServeGiles H. Florence, Jr.“Go, and Do Thou Likewise”Dan HoganMagnifying the OrdinaryJonna M. ForbesA Language beyond Sound: Making the Gospel Available to the Hearing-ImpairedJan Underwood PinboroughLéon Fargier: His Faith Wouldn’t Go UndergroundAlain MariePearls of the OrientKellene RicksThe Gift of a HandDora D. FlackScenes from Paul’s Missionary JourneysKent P. JacksonLearn and LiveLenet Hadley ReadAnnette’s HaloJoanne D. SmithRegular FeaturesThe Visiting Teacher: Family: A Center of Spiritual GrowthMormon JournalShe Saved Me a Place Melonie Simnitt FergusonThe Chili Appointment Paul Easton WilliamsA Book for Eveline Teresa Wolf“Give Me the Works” Pauline Romney ThomanderI Have a QuestionMissionary work throughout the world Daniel H. LudlowBook of Philemon author Max H ParkinRandom SamplerReminder Makes PerfectA Banker’s DozenBridal Shower PreservesPortraitsRisks and Blessings: Mike Lynch Beth SavilleIn True Fashion: Cecile PelousA Life at the Hub of the Wheel: Reed Bradford Norman R. BowenFor Life: Krystal Shirley Karma K. Wasden and Gwendolyn K. FreiNews of the ChurchOn the cover: Photography of Hong Kong, by Kellene Ricks and FPG International.Inside front cover: “And Their Eyes Were towards the Sound Thereof,” by Harold I. Hopkinson, oil, 24″ x 48″, 1989. Great destruction occurred upon the American continent at the time of the Savior’s crucifixion. “And it came to pass that while [survivors] were thus conversing [near the temple in the land Bountiful] … they heard a voice as if it came out of heaven.” They heard the voice three times before they “did open their ears to hear it; and their eyes were towards the sound thereof.” They then heard the voice say, “Behold my Beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased, in whom I have glorified my name—hear ye him.” (3 Ne. 11:3, 5, 7.)Inside back cover: McKay Home, Huntsville, by Al Rounds, watercolor, 16″ x 22″, 1988. Courtesy of Mr. and Mrs. James Bowd. The Huntsville, Utah, white house on the left, surrounded by lilacs, is the boyhood home of President David O. McKay, who was born 8 September 1873. He was ordained to the Quorum of the Twelve 9 April 1906, and as President of the Church 9 April 1951. He died 18 January 1970, at age ninety-six.