“Contents,” Ensign, Oct. 1996, 1EnsignOctober 1996Volume 26 Number 10ContentsFirst Presidency Message: The Doorway of LovePresident Thomas S. MonsonChatting over CherriesLisa Ray TurnerThe Power of the Book of MormonElder F. Melvin HammondA Child’s FaithLoa AndersenGiving a Texas WelcomeJudy C. OlsenGrowing with a Living ChurchArnold K. GarrI Have a Question: Celebrating Halloween while avoiding practices that may grieve the SpiritJoyce KinmontIn the Service of Our Fellow BeingsContentmentRachelle Pace CastorMending Our MarriageMormon JournalI Couldn’t Read or Write Gunther Steffans, as told to Paul ConnersOnly Three Dollars in the Bank Kathy HorethBy the Light of Their Faith Rodney NelsonThe Job I Needed So Badly Stuart Otto“Bill, Stop! Don’t Run!” Jana Squires Flake“You Did Not Name Your Son” LaVerd JohnThe Sisters of CheltenhamJennifer Middleton MasonSpeaking Today: Sins and MistakesElder Dallin H. OaksPortraitsThe Visiting Teacher: “Run with Patience”Random SamplerSpeaking Today: Excerpts from Recent Addresses of President Gordon B. HinckleyNews of the ChurchOn the cover: Front: Photo by Steve Bunderson. Back: Photo by Welden Andersen.Inside front cover: Gentle Healer, by Greg K. Olsen © 1989 Conceptions Unlimited Investments, Inc., oil on canvas, 14″ x 22″, 1989.Inside back cover: Waipio Chapel, by Al Rounds, watercolor on paper, 53.5″ x 37.5″, 1995. Original art in a private collection. The Waipio Chapel, on the northern end of the island of Hawaii, is depicted here as it would have appeared during the late 1800s. Chapels such as this were built in various valleys to accommodate the Church’s significant growth in the Hawaiian Islands in the 19th century.