“Contents,” Ensign, Oct. 1999, 1EnsignOctober 1999Volume 29 Number 10ContentsFirst Presidency Message: Building Your Eternal HomePresident Thomas S. Monson“Always”Elder Henry B. EyringDiscovering the Song in Their HeartsMichael Clapier“Thanks for the Sabbath School”My Friend CrawfDonald KranendonkA Conversation on Spouse AbuseThey Came to Hear the ChoirDeAnne WalkerA Lesson on Nest BuildingRobin Ruff Van WagenenPreparing for a Worldwide MinistryBruce A. Van OrdenImages of an Era: Making Ready for a Worldwide ChurchA Look at the Church: 1951–1995Blossoming as the Rose in Latin AmericaJudy C. OlsenAuxiliary Perspectives“As Flaming Fire and a Ministering Angel”Jonn D. ClaybaughI Have a QuestionHow to help children develop a love of learningLarry M. ArnoldsenMormon JournalAccepting the Lord’s AnswerOlive W. NalderA Collision with Compassionate ServiceJane FlahiveThe Priesthood in My HandsFuco ReyPen-Pal MissionBarbara Price WaldropPortraitsThe Visiting Teacher: Seeking Knowledge and a Witness of TruthRandom SamplerNews of the ChurchOn the covers: Front and back: Five of Them Were Wise, by Walter Rane, oil on wood panel, 30″ x 52″, 1999.Inside front: Eagle Gate Trolley, by Al Rounds, watercolor on paper, 30.5″ x 19.5″, 1993. Courtesy of Mr. and Mrs. Eric Hayes. The Beehive House and Eagle Gate are depicted as they may have appeared around 1900. Electric streetcars like the one passing under Eagle Gate replaced horse-drawn trolleys in 1889.Inside back: Nephi and Lehi in Prison, by Gary L. Kapp, oil on canvas, 48″ x 60″, 1997. Courtesy of David Larsen.