“Contents,” Ensign, June 1993, 1EnsignJune 1993Volume 23 Number 6ContentsSpecial FeaturesFirst Presidency Message: Invitation to ExaltationPresident Thomas S. MonsonYoung John TaylorPaul Thomas SmithThe Family—Now and ForeverTerry J. MoyerReel Life vs. Real LifeJoseph Walker“Seek Ye Diligently”Elder George R. Hill IIICrossing the DivideDon L. Brugger“So Much to Live For”Don L. SearleAfter Julie DiedClaron L. OakleyLife without HimLola B. WaltersSeasoned ServiceDerin Head RodriguezWell-Balanced WidowhoodKellene R. AdamsFrom Footholds to Strongholds: Spreading the Gospel WorldwideRichard O. CowanHomemaking: The Flexible Meeting“Wonderful! Wonderful! Wonderful!”Donna ShinRegular FeaturesMormon JournalWe Wanted to Renew Our Vows Diana BerryBeautiful as an Angel Floy Daun MackayTen-Minute Turning Point LeNore Pack MerrittMy Mind Was Flooded with Ideas Alvin R. NethercottSpeaking Today: Infinite Needs and Finite ResourcesElder Glenn L. PaceI Have a QuestionBearing testimony to others Steve F. GillilandBefriending less-active members R. Michael FalckOf Good ReportTemple Week: Spiritual Crescendo for Stake ConferenceThe “Write” Type of CompetitionThe Visiting Teacher: Dealing with DisabilitiesRandom SamplerBasic BudgetingExtending the BlessingsNews of the ChurchOn the cover: Front: photo by Craig Dimond. Back: photo by Welden Andersen.Inside front cover: “With Joy Wend Your Way,” by Ardith Oddous, oil on canvas, 36″ x 40″, 1988. Courtesy of Don Biery. A painting depicting a group of pioneer children being taught by an older woman in a wagon company.Inside back cover: Nauvoo Temple, by Thomas M. Easterly, daguerreotype, ca. 1846. Courtesy of Missouri Historical Society, Easterly 130. The Nauvoo Temple, built between 1840 and 1846 and dedicated publicly on 1–3 May 1846, stood as a monument to the determination of the Saints to “build a house to my name, for the Most High to dwell therein.” (D&C 124:27.) The temple was burned by an arsonist’s fire in 1848, and the walls were destroyed by a tornado in 1850.