“Contents,” Ensign, Apr. 1998, 1 Ensign April 1998 Volume 28 Number 4 Contents First Presidency Message: “Behold Thy Mother”President Thomas S. Monson The Needful ThingBen H. Dorsey III Helping Youth Feel They BelongBrad Wilcox Home Teaching—in ReverseGail Davis Poyner “Come unto Me”Elder Jeffrey R. Holland Moses: Witness of Jesus ChristTodd B. Parker and Robert Norman I Have a QuestionDo we know where Mount Sinai is? Ray L. Huntington Gospel of HopeM. J. Baynes Taking His Name Upon UsJulie Cannon Markham Enlisted to the FaithDaniel B. Johnson Mormon JournalSowing before Sunday Nancy DahlingerThe Forgotten Referral Book Dale M. GlennWho Needs My Help? Melanie Price WellmanMy Lesson on the Atonement Karen HuntsmanStitched and Fitted with Love Barbara J. Hill Olsen Putting Our Marriage Back TogetherName Withheld The Visiting Teacher: “A House of Order, a House of God” The Frigid Wind of GossipName Withheld Speaking Today: “The Peaceable Followers of Christ”President Boyd K. Packer Portraits Random Sampler Speaking Today: Excerpts from Recent Addresses of President Gordon B. Hinckley News of the Church On the cover: In Remembrance of Me, by Walter Rane, oil on paper on board, 32″ x 50″, 1987. Courtesy of Museum of Church History and Art. At the feast of the Passover, the Savior instituted the sacrament with his Apostles. “And as they did eat, Jesus took bread and blessed it, and brake, and gave to them, and said, … “Behold, this is for you to do in remembrance of my body; for as oft as ye do this ye will remember this hour that I was with you” (JST, Mark 14:20–21). This ordinance was also performed in remembrance of his blood. Inside front cover: Moses and Aaron near Mount Sinai, by Robert T. Barrett, oil on canvas, 22″ x 28″, 1990. Depicted here are Moses and Aaron near Mount Sinai, known also as Mount Horeb, where the Lord appeared to them as well as other selected individuals (see Ex. 24:9–10). Inside back cover: Logan Temple, by Larry C. Winborg, oil on canvas, 30″ x 40″, 1997. With the Wellsville Mountains to the west, the Logan [Utah] Temple is located on the eastern bench overlooking Cache Valley. It is still nestled among a panorama of natural scenery though the temple was built and dedicated more than a century ago. Approximately seven years of construction and the labor of 25,000 people readied the temple for its initial dedication on 17 May 1884 by President John Taylor. The temple was later extensively remodeled, then rededicated on 13 March 1979 by President Spencer W. Kimball.