“Contents,” Ensign, Mar. 2002, 1EnsignMarch 2002Volume 32 Number 3ContentsFirst Presidency Message: Communion with the Holy SpiritPresident James E. FaustMotherhood through the AgesHappiness in WomanhoodSusan Easton BlackPrepare for Blessings of the TempleElder Russell M. NelsonSeven Steps to Strengthen a MarriageJanette K. GibbonsOn the Responsible SelfElder Robert S. WoodLook and LiveElder Glen O. JensonThe 12 SpiesS. Michael WilcoxAn Indispensable FoundationGeorge A. Horton Jr.Saints in the Land of the Long White CloudRebecca M. TaylorA Life among MuslimsOrin D. ParkerLord, Increase Our FaithElder John K. CarmackCoping with Chronic IllnessPass It Along: These Cards Really WorkJonathan H. StephensonLatter-day Saint VoicesI Knew We Needed to Find the BookLynn M. SchlickMy Long Climb HomeMavis Grace JonesI Hope You’ll All Remember MeDavid W. HeyenRandom SamplerVisiting Teaching Message: Increasing Our Testimonies of Jesus Christ through Scripture StudyNews of the ChurchMaking the Most of This IssueInside front cover: Without Any Ire, by Nancy Glazier-Koehler. “How blessed the day when the lamb and the lion Shall lie down together without any ire” (“The Spirit of God,” Hymns, no. 2). (Courtesy of Museum of Church History and Art.)Inside back cover: Rose Garden Moment, by Anne Marie Oborn. “How fortunate, how blessed is the child who feels the affection of his parents. That warmth, that love will bear sweet fruit in the years that follow” (Gordon B. Hinckley, “Behold Your Little Ones,” Ensign, June 2001, 2).