“Contents,” Ensign, Jan. 1998, 1EnsignJanuary 1998Volume 28 Number 1ContentsFirst Presidency Message: How Do We Show Our Love?President Thomas S. MonsonThe Book That Built a Better WorldChris Conkling“In the Beginning”: A Latter-day PerspectiveRobert J. WoodfordWhat Modern Revelation Teaches about AdamArthur A. BaileyEnoch: What Modern Scripture TeachesRichard D. DraperThe Flood and the Tower of BabelDonald W. ParryThe Abrahamic CovenantS. Michael WilcoxThe Visiting Teacher: Obey His Voice and Keep His CommandmentsWith “the Tongues of Seven Thunders”Making Member-Missionary Work WorkChristopher K. BigelowRandom SamplerMormon JournalA Family for Peter Lin WatsonFlying Blind at 100 MPH Cameron J. FugalThe Faceless Man Catherine Ramognino Thorpe, as told to Don O. ThorpePray before You Go Shannon SmurthwaiteMy Strength, My Weakness Sharon C. MorganSharing Elijah’s Juniper Tree Toni ThomasPortraitsKindness, Goodwill, GenerosityMilly DaySpeaking Today: Excerpts from Recent Addresses of President Gordon B. HinckleyNews of the ChurchOn the cover: Leaving the Garden of Eden, by Joseph Brickey, oil on masonite, 24″ x 30″, 1997.Inside front cover: Valley of Adam-ondi-Ahman, by Frank Magleby, oil on gesso panel, 36″ x 48″, 1995. A summer scene of the valley in Daviess County, Missouri, that the Prophet Joseph Smith said in May 1838 was to be known as Adam-ondi-Ahman (see D&C 116:1).Inside back cover: While Emma Sleeps, © 1996 by Liz Matthews Lemon, oil on canvas, 20″ x 24″. This scene represents the occasion in 1832 in Hiram, Ohio, described in History of the Church, 1:261, concerning the Prophet Joseph Smith: “On the 24th of March, the twins [whom Joseph and Emma had adopted], which had been sick of the measles for some time, caused us to be broken of our rest in taking care of them, especially my wife. In the evening I told her she had better retire to rest with one of the children, and I would watch with the sicker child.” That night mobbers came to the home and dragged the Prophet out and tarred and feathered him.