“Contents,” Ensign, Oct. 1992, 1EnsignOctober 1992 Volume 22 Number 10ContentsSpecial FeaturesFirst Presidency Message: “The Heritage of the Servants of the Lord”President Ezra Taft BensonColumbus and the Hand of GodDe Lamar JensenOur Set-a-Date Missionary EffortRick N. BrysonTrue Friends—True to the FaithRon R. MunnsCleansing the Inner Vessel: The Process of RepentanceLarry TippettsBy Faith RestoredA Friend in Christ Robert M. HoggeA Voice of Gladness Norma C. TolentinoBook of Mormon Stories Gabriel Kelphala SesaySaved Tim HeavrinJourney to Truth James Edgar McPeakSeeing with New Eyes Beulah McElprangPeace, not BitternessDeanne Ernst AllenThe Blossoming of the Church in JapanR. Lanier BritschArts: Seeing beyond the SurfaceReunion in LeningradJohn LonghurstRegular FeaturesMormon JournalA Hug for Frederick Coleen Gray GleasonWhere Had I Found Her Name? Susan WymanThe Balky Car Conversion Marjorie SpieckerI Have a QuestionGreek names in the Book of Mormon Stephen D. RicksTeaching children the importance of temple marriage Barbara VanceResearch and Perspectives: The Pioneer Saints of Winchester, IndianaLaRene GauntSpeaking Today:Religious Values and Public Policy Elder Dallin H. OaksReligion in a Free Society Elder M. Russell BallardA New Civil Religion Elder James E. FaustThe Visiting Teacher: Sharing the Fruits of CharityNews of the ChurchOn the cover: Front, Landing of Columbus at the Island of Guanahani, West Indies, 12 October 1492, by John Vanderlyn, oil on canvas, 12′ x 18′, 1847. Courtesy of the Architect of the Capitol, National Graphics Center. Back inset, Nephi Writing on the Gold Plates, by Paul Mann, oil on canvas, 20″ x 30″, 1988.Inside front cover: The Promise, by Al Rounds, watercolor, 40″ x 54″, 1990. Courtesy of Mr. and Mrs. Al Rounds. In the early 1900s the Church owned a 6,000-acre plantation that became the site of the Hawaii Temple. The temple, dedicated on 27 November 1919, is shown as it would have appeared at that time.Inside back cover: Two by Two, by Diane E. Turner, oil on canvas, 22″ x 28″, 1991. From the Second International Art Competition, Museum of Church History and Art.