“Contents,” Ensign, Sept. 1992, 1EnsignSeptember 1992Volume 22 Number 9ContentsSpecial FeaturesFirst Presidency Message: The Paths Jesus Walked President Thomas S. MonsonHow to “Come unto Christ”Noel B. ReynoldsTo Build a Better MarriageBrent A. BarlowOur Wildflower SummerPage Townsend JohnsonA View to the TopDon L. BruggerHonestly, There’s No Better WayBrad WilcoxCity of Angels, City of SaintsGiles H. Florence, Jr.Planting the Banner of ZionChad M. OrtonCalming the StormRewards I Had Never ImaginedChris LudemanThe Broken BowlKaren Athay PackerMy Moving DiscoveryCheryl J. PeacockRegular FeaturesLine upon Line: The Fiery TrialCheryl AttawayI Have a QuestionNephite and Lamanite populations in the Book of Mormon John L. SorensonThe ages of Helaman’s “stripling warriors” John A. TvedtnesMaintaining appropriate work relationships Victor L. Brown, Jr.The Visiting Teacher: Making a HomePoetryPsalm on Time Gertrude Viehweg ToddJoseph Continuum Dianne Dibb ForbisSister Missionary to the Deaf Martha Pettijohn MorriseChoice Paul ArmstrongRandom SamplerScouting, Family-StylePreparation = PeaceTurnsOne Memory at a TimeMormon JournalPrayers for a Thief Melvin L. JeppsonJames and Annie Forever Marilynn Helf BarnesThe Vacuum Will Be There Monday Barbara CopeDesert Crisis Sharlene SouthwickSpeaking TodayOnly upon Principles of Righteousness President Gordon B. HinckleyThe Greater Priesthood: Giving a Lifetime of Service in the Kingdom Elder M. Russell BallardNews of the ChurchOn the cover: Photography by Craig Dimond.Inside front cover: Job Pingree Mill, Worcestershire, England, by Al Rounds, watercolor, 19″ x 26″, 1990. Courtesy of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Reese. This millhouse and farm, now known as the Acton Mill Farm, was owned by Job Pingree, an early Church convert in England, who leased his 200-acre farm and donated the proceeds to the Perpetual Emigration Fund. His sacrifice helped make it possible for thousands of converts to finance their journey to Utah.Inside back cover: Small Things, by Sheri Lynn Boyer Doty, colored pencil on paper, 20″ x 22″, 1990. From the Second International Art Competition, Museum of Church History and Art. “By small and simple things are great things brought to pass,” (Alma 37:6.) “Surely, our daily chores and the rearing of children are small things that serve as stepping-stones for great and final works,” says the artist.