“Contents,” Ensign, Oct. 1993, 1EnsignOctober 1993 Volume 23 Number 10ContentsSpecial FeaturesFirst Presidency Message: Happiness—the Universal QuestPresident Thomas S. MonsonSymbol of Sacrifice, Monument to LifeElder David B. HaightEnduring to the EndStephen E. RobinsonYou Can Get Teens to TalkWilliam G. DyerProject SeraphJanet L. SchillerKnit Together in LoveCarol L. ClarkHelping and Being Helped by the Intellectually ImpairedElizabeth VanDenBergheFrom Earth to ArtThere Is Work for Us to DoWhang Keun-Ok: Caring for Korea’s ChildrenShirleen Meek SaundersExhaustion Is Not a Prerequisite to PerfectionCindy K. PetersonJesse Knight and the Riches of LifeDiane L. MangumIn Praise of HomemakingGail Davis PoynerA Lamp unto My FeetCarmen Rodriguez de FuentesRegular FeaturesMormon JournalHe Walks by Faith Beth Shumway Moore“No Money, No Books, Nothing” Lucy Ripley Bradbury“Let Me Have Your Shoes” Linda J. RoberdsI Have a QuestionPrayer and personal revelation Gaylen HintonFasting and rejoicing Lori RobertsonRandom SamplerWe Love You Every Week!Use and ReuseScripture of the WeekJeni’s CookbookThe Visiting Teacher: Talents Are for SharingSpeaking Today: An Anchor to the Souls of MenPresident Howard W. HunterNews of the ChurchOn the cover: Front photo by Craig Dimond; back photo by Quenton C. Gardner, Jr.Inside front cover: Brigham Young’s Winter Home, by Al Rounds, watercolor, 22″ x 30″, 1981. Courtesy of Dr. and Mrs. Norman Rounds. In this home, located in the warm, red-rock country of St. George, Utah, President Brigham Young spent the last four winters of his life. During this time he was able to watch the construction of the St. George Temple and tabernacle.Inside back cover: Baptismal Day near Ikot Eyo, Cross River State, Nigeria, by Janath R. Cannon. Photo taken 4 March 1979. Following the June 1978 revelation on the priesthood, the message of the restored gospel of Jesus Christ was taken to West Africa. On 4 March 1979, at a small stream near the village of Ikot Eyo, Cross River State, Nigeria, sixty-seven persons were baptized. One hundred seventeen had been baptized the day before. Supervising the baptism (at left and right of the baptismal line) are the Cross River State District president and his first counselor. They were the first two black brethren in Africa to receive the Melchizedek Priesthood.