“Contents,” Ensign, July 1993, 1EnsignJuly 1993Volume 23 Number 7ContentsSpecial FeaturesFirst Presidency Message: “It’s True, Isn’t It?”President Gordon B. HinckleyThe Body as a BlessingJohn S. TannerEveryday Missionary MembersKellene Ricks AdamsHealing Wounds in MarriageVictor B. ClineA Parent’s Love and FearM. Catherine ThomasThe InaccessiblesC. Wade BrownWilford Woodruff: A Man of RecordDean C. JesseeLegacyLaRene GauntIndomitable Mary AnnRex G. JensenA Celebration of ServiceDerin Head RodriguezAnother Small Wyoming TownE. J. LewisThe Book Gave Them AnswersDon L. SearleMeeting Our Relatives on PaperLaurie Williams SowbyRegular FeaturesThe Visiting Teacher: The Strength of SisterhoodMormon Journal“Timmy, Keep Your Head Up!” Tim WelchWe Looked for More of His Children Margaret B. KellerBirth on a Stormy Winter Night Sharlene BarberI Have a Question: Resolving members’ erroneous expectationsH. Gill HiltonSpeaking Today: A Treasured TestamentElder Russell M. NelsonPortraitsBlooming Where Planted: Eunice AddingtonEarthly Care and Heavenly Love: Trudy BundersonFeeling a Certain Power: Brad ChidesterGold Mine of Love: Clayton and Thelma Collins Dorothy VarneyRandom SamplerRetiring, but Not from LifeCreating Quiet OccasionsHome Is Where Family History IsNews of the ChurchOn the cover: Photography by Welden Andersen.Inside front cover: Pioneer Life, by Don Ricks, oil on canvas, 30″ x 40″, 1987. Built at the time of the pioneers’ arrival in the Salt Lake Valley in 1847, this small fifteen-by-twenty-foot cabin was used as the residence of pioneers Osmyn and Mary Deuel and Osmyn’s brother Amos from the autumn of 1847 until the following spring. Later the cabin was used briefly as a militia armory. The cabin now stands in the block west of Temple Square.Inside back cover: Mormon Emigrants, Echo Canyon, by Charles W. Carter. Photo taken circa 1868. Courtesy of Church Archives, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Detail from a photo taken by early Church photographer Charles W. Carter depicts a pioneer wagon train winding its way down Echo Canyon in northern Utah. The progress of the wagons was slowed by beaver dams that backed water onto the trail.