“Contents,” Ensign, Mar. 1999, 1 Ensign March 1999 Volume 29 Number 3 Contents First Presidency Message: Those Who Love Jesus President Thomas S. Monson The True Bread of Life Thomas R. Valletta Family History: A Work of Love Mary Ellen Smoot “Stripped of Envy” Pam Wilson Vandenaker Activation in Action Paul VanDenBerghe Helping Teens Stay Strong Brent L. Top and Bruce A. Chadwick Meadowlarks R. Val Johnson Teaching by the Spirit LaRene Porter Gaunt A Class Labeled Impossible April Ross Helping Children Learn to Give Talks Shirley M. Call The Growing Season Mormon Journal Five Prayers Clyde Eggett Immersed in Isaiah Julie Cannon Markham Loving, Hoping, and Believing Berniece Louise Rabe Discovering Me in Motherhood Janet Drake Lanoy “There Will Be No Problem” Carlos Cabral A Gift of Pink Tulips Lori Anne Ries Lesson from a Scouter Karen Scalley Maxfield Speaking Today: Ten Ideas to Increase Your Spirituality Elder Joe J. Christensen Random Sampler The Visiting Teacher: Live Fully and Prepare for Eternity I Have a Question Handling learning disabilities Jon B. Fish Meaning of “Say nothing but repentance” George F. Hilton Portrait Harmony on the Highway Michael Yates Latter-day Counsel: Excerpts from Recent Addresses of President Gordon B. Hinckley News of the Church On the cover: Photography by Steve Bunderson. Inside front cover: “Whom He Forgave Most,” by Roger Loveless, acrylic on canvas, 20″ x 30″, 1998. Courtesy of Roger Brockbank. Inside back cover: Saints Settling Missouri, by Glen S. Hopkinson, oil on canvas, 40″ x 30″, 1998. The above artwork, one of several pieces displayed at Missouri’s capitol rotunda during 1998, depicts members’ experiences in Missouri in the 1830s. This painting represents members’ faith in God and trust in family relationships while facing the trials of providing shelter and food in a new place they had just begun to call home.