“Contents,” Ensign, Aug. 2001, 1EnsignAugust 2001Volume 31 Number 8ContentsFirst Presidency Message: “Who Shall Ascend into the Hill of the Lord?”President James E. FaustIdentity, Priority, and BlessingsElder Russell M. NelsonA Disposition to Do Good ContinuallyElder Spencer J. CondieOrdinances and CovenantsElder Dennis B. NeuenschwanderSeeking the SonJeannie LancasterHappiness, Health, and MarriageElizabeth VanDenBergheGuatemala: Building toward the FutureDon L. Searle“Lift Up Your Voice and Sing”Tangled in the WebName WithheldFrom New York to Utah: Seven Church HeadquartersKeith W. PerkinsPink and White PagesPamela J. ReidLatter-day Saint VoicesThirsting for the Living Water Victor Manuel Cabrera The Very Experience I Needed Ruth Harris Swaner A Wrong Turn at the Right Place Sandra S. KaupOn-Site: Unraveling Records of the PastRandom SamplerVisiting Teaching Message: Strengthening Our Families through Family Home EveningNews of the ChurchMaking the Most of This Issue[photos] On the covers: Front and back: Photography by Craig Dimond.[illustration] Inside front: A Thousand Dollars an Ear, by Glen S. Hopkinson, oil on canvas, 36″ x 60″, 1998. Courtesy of Glenn and Mary Potter. Explorer and mountain man Jim Bridger, center, who met with the advance party of Latter-day Saint pioneers headed for the Salt Lake Valley, “considered it imprudent to bring a large population into the Great Basin,” President Brigham Young recorded. The explorer offered $1,000 for proof that corn could be grown there. Replied President Young: “Wait a little, and we will show you” (B. H. Roberts, A Comprehensive History of the Church, 3:201).[illustration] Inside back: Time to Laugh, by Liz Lemon Swindle, oil on canvas, 30″ x 40″, 1998. Courtesy of Repartee Gallery. During a time of peace in Nauvoo, Emma Smith enjoys a moment in play with her children: Julia Murdock Smith, right; Joseph Smith III, top; Frederick Granger Williams Smith, left; and Alexander Hale Smith.