“Contents,” Ensign, June 2001, 1EnsignJune 2001Volume 31 Number 6ContentsFirst Presidency Message: “Behold Your Little Ones”President Gordon B. HinckleyMiraclesElder Dallin H. OaksJustification and SanctificationElder D. Todd ChristoffersonSetting Family Standards for EntertainmentCarla DaltonThe Church in RomaniaLaRene Porter GauntAnswers All Around MeJudy Zabriskie HowaSingular AccomplishmentsJonathan H. Stephenson“We Must Keep One Another”Ronald W. WalkerGospel Taught, Gospel SharedRichard G. OmanBeyond ShynessRebecca M. TaylorVisiting Teaching Message: Increasing Our Spirituality through Fasting and PrayerLatter-day Saint VoicesA Higher ViewHugo IbañezThe Gift of HandsLaura BelnapOn a Country RoadKelly A. HarwardThe Lord’s TimingLeAnne C. BunnAsking with My HeartEdmundo E. AbellánI Tried the ExperimentLydie Zebo BahieRandom SamplerQuestions and AnswersHelping coworkers eliminate talk that ought not to be shared publiclyCraig ReddingHaving equal voice in decisions made as a coupleHoyt W. Brewster Jr.No BoundariesSusan UrePortraitsLatter-day CounselNews of the ChurchMaking the Most of This IssueOn the covers: Front: Photo by Steve Bunderson. Back: Photo by Craig Dimond.Inside front: Beautiful Nauvoo, by Larry C. Winborg, oil on canvas, 36″ x 48″, 1998. Courtesy of Brynn and Steve Burrows. “The name of our city (Nauvoo) is of Hebrew origin, and signifies a beautiful situation, or place, carrying with it, also, the idea of rest; and is truly descriptive of the most delightful location” (“A Proclamation of the First Presidency of the Church to the Saints Scattered Abroad,” 15 Jan. 1841, History of the Church, 4:268).Inside back: Joseph Smith, American Prophet, by Del Parson, oil on canvas, 30″ x 24″, 1998. Used by permission of Deseret Book Company.