“Contents,” Ensign, Sept. 1998, 1EnsignSeptember 1998Volume 28 Number 9ContentsFirst Presidency Message: “The Truth Shall Make You Free”President James E. FaustThe Pathway of DiscipleshipElder Neal A. MaxwellCouple Missionaries: “Too Wonderful for Me”Elder Vaughn J. FeatherstoneThe Courage to SpeakKaila CoombsMealtime, Family TimeJanene Wolsey BaadsgaardDishes and DieffenbachiaEsther M. HaderlieTwo Significant Sites of the RestorationDonald L. EndersTaiwan: Four Decades of FaithChristopher K. BigelowThe Visiting Teacher: “Offer Up Thy Sacraments upon My Holy Day” (D&C 59:9)Knitting a Worldwide Church TogetherSandra RogersBook of Mormon Commentary on IsaiahGarold N. DavisI Have a QuestionCriteria for LDS students choosing a university or college Clarence F. SchrammMormon JournalReal Team Spirit Floy Daun MackayHow I Learned to Feast on the Word Sharon C. MorganFirst Time at the Temple Lois JarmanMy Day with Mother Teresa Karen Broberg CampbellPortraitsRandom SamplerNews of the ChurchOn the cover: Front: Photo by Lee Kochenderfer. Back: Photography by Craig Dimond. The newly completed replica of the Joseph and Lucy Mack Smith log home (front cover) is located south of Palmyra, New York, on the site of the original 1818–19 home. Missionaries, such as this sister who temporarily donned a pioneer bonnet, welcome visitors to the site.Inside front cover: Jonah, by Robert T. Barrett, oil on canvas, 22″ x 28″, 1990. Released near a shoreline after having spent three days and nights in the belly of a big fish, Jonah’s experience was a foreshadowing of the Lord Jesus Christ’s death and resurrection (see Matt. 12:40). Upon returning to dry land, Jonah was obedient to the Lord’s instructions to call repentance to the people of Nineveh, who were spared destruction because they obeyed him. Just as people repented when they heard Jonah’s prophecies, we can also repent and gain eternal life because of the Savior’s atoning sacrifice.Inside back cover: Beacon Hill, by Frank Magleby, oil on gesso panel, 36″ x 48″, 1995. On top of Herefordshire Beacon, one of the most prominent of the Malvern Hills in England, Elders Brigham Young, Wilford Woodruff, and Willard Richards held what has been called “Beacon Conference.” Of this event Elder Woodruff wrote: “We united in prayer and held a council and unitedly felt that it was the will of God that Elder Young should go immediately to Manchester to assist in publishing a collection of hymns … and also to immediately print and finish 3000 copies of the Book of Mormon” (Journal of Wilford Woodruff, 20 May 1840).