“Contents,” Ensign, Sept. 2001, 1EnsignSeptember 2001Volume 31 Number 9ContentsFirst Presidency Message: Living with Our ConvictionsPresident Gordon B. Hinckley“Live in Thanksgiving Daily”Elder Joseph B. Wirthlin“Ye Are the Temple of God”Elder David A. BednarSacrament Meeting and the SacramentElder Vaughn J. FeatherstoneLoving My Wayward ChildName WithheldPoetryPeace on EarthElder Robert E. WellsTeaching Our Children the Plan of SalvationRobert England LeeThe Things I’ve Learned from YouMark G. WarnerTonga: A Land of Believing PeopleLaRene Porter GauntHelping Each Other Succeed in Family HistoryGarrett H. GarffSweet Service for MatthewPeg FugalSeagoing SaintsFred E. WoodsLet It End with MeName WithheldLatter-day Saint VoicesI Needed a BlessingBrandon J. MillerNew Dreams for OldMaría Patricia Rojas V.A Tough Arizona CowboyAllan L. NobleJust Spencer and MeBonnie Sprinkel BellVisiting Teaching Message: Building Unity through Family HistoryRandom SamplerNews of the ChurchMaking the Most of This IssueOn the covers: Front: Photo by Steve Bunderson. Back: Photo by Welden C. Andersen.Inside front: Going As a Lamb, by Liz Lemon Swindle, oil on canvas, 1995. Courtesy of Repartee Gallery. Having said good-bye to his family before leaving for Carthage, the Prophet Joseph Smith remarked to those accompanying him, “I am going like a lamb to the slaughter; but I am calm as a summer’s morning; I have a conscience void of offense towards God, and towards all men” (D&C 135:4).Inside back: St. Catherine’s Dock, England, by Al Rounds, watercolor, 17″ x 27″, 1999. At St. Catherine’s Dock in London in the 1840s, many converts from the British Isles embarked on their journey to gather to Zion.