“Contents,” Ensign, Oct. 1991, 1EnsignOctober 1991Volume 21 Number 10ContentsSpecial FeaturesFirst Presidency Message: Heavenly Homes, Forever FamiliesPresident Thomas S. MonsonPeter’s Letters: Progression for the Living and the DeadRichard L. AndersonThe Power of the WordJay E. JensenOrson Hyde’s 1841 Mission to the Holy LandDavid B. GalbraithHelping Youth Choose Sexual PurityJoy Saunders LundbergAm I What I Appear to Be?Heidi Holfeltz ParkerAn Encore of the Spirit Jay M. ToddChurch Growth in Tour Areas“The Lord Wants This Tour”Tour MilestonesMedia Challenges Michael Otterson and Iain B. McKayTheir Concert MessageShapers of SoundThe Other StrainsHelping the Newly WidowedValaree Terribilini Swensen BroughThe Impact of OneDon L. SearleThe Mathematics of Multiple DisabilitiesLaurie Wilson ThorntonRegular FeaturesMormon JournalTrapped on the Mountain Clarence E. Anderson“I Just Couldn’t Throw This Family into the Trash” Linda OrvisI Knew I Shouldn’t Go Francine HarveyHow Could He Have Known? Connie LaVall FoyThe Visiting Teacher: A Family Focused on the SaviorI Have a QuestionPlanning worthwhile ward activities Rand A. ChristensenConsecrated olive oil D. Kelly OgdenTemple work for founding fathers of the United States Thomas E. DanielsSunday School discussions Sandra Dawn BrimhallRandom SamplerRx for Avoiding Drug InteractionsPurifying and Storing WaterOf Good ReportHarmony Was on the Program Marlene MackenzieChanneling TV Viewers to the Book of Mormon Ken Rogerson“Welcome”—in Any Language Neda GyllenskogNews of the ChurchOn the cover: Photography by Craig Dimond.Inside front cover: Inheritance, by Jeanne Leighton-Lundberg Clarke, oil, 48″ x 54″, 1988. “Traits and patterns are passed on from parents to children,” says artist Jeanne Leighton-Lundberg Clarke. “We inherit our appearances and absorb some attitudes. But through the gospel, we are free to choose and to change.” This painting is from the Second International Art Competition, Museum of Church History and Art.Inside back cover: For Time and All Eternity, by Diane C. Pratt, watercolor, 22″ x 30″, 1990. Artist Diane C. Pratt wanted to create “a visual parable” incorporating the symbols of the temple, keys (suggesting authority), clock gears (suggesting time), death, birth, and rebirth. This painting is from the Second International Art Competition, Museum of Church History and Art.