“Contents,” Ensign, Oct. 2002, 1 Ensign October 2002 Volume 32 Number 10 Contents First Presidency Message: Be Not Afraid President James E. Faust Hymn: O Lord, Who Gave Thy Life for Me Alice W. Johnson Facing the Fiery Furnace Terry W. Call Jeremiah: As Potter’s Clay Elder Jean A. Tefan Education for Real Life Elder Henry B. Eyring Part of a Family: Strengthening Relationships Michele Burton Bridging the Distance Kristin Bayles Batchelor Making Choices for Eternity Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf Confessions of a Den Mother Bette Newton Lang Remembering Hiram, Ohio Mark L. Staker Gospel Classics: Oneness in Marriage President Spencer W. Kimball Joining in the Mighty Work of God Coleen K. Menlove Area Authority Seventies: “To Bear Record of My Name in All the World” Elder Earl C. Tingey Visiting Teaching Message: Sustaining Priesthood Leaders My Obsession with Food Aleta Goodman Breakwell Teaching the Teachers: In the Classroom, in the Home Rebecca M. Taylor Reaching for a Higher Level Don L. Searle Latter-day Saint Voices If Not for Clyde Douglas Springmeyer Help Was in the Mail Faye V. Bell Water Rights—and Wrongs Abram F. Dalley A Living Testimony Helen Sturdevant Random Sampler News of the Church Making the Most of This Issue Inside front cover: Daniel’s Answer to the King, by Briton Riviere. Courtesy Manchester Art Gallery. Inside back cover: Orson Hyde Dedicating the Holy Land, by Robert Barrett. Before daybreak on Sunday morning, 24 October, 1841, Orson Hyde quietly passed through the open gates of Jerusalem, crossed the Kidron Valley, and climbed the Mount of Olives. He wrote and offered up the prayer that officially dedicated the Holy Land for the return of the Jews and for the building of a future temple in Jerusalem. After this solemn experience, Orson erected a pile of stones as a witness of this occasion according to the ancient custom. This was the crowning event of Elder Hyde’s three-year, 20,000-mile missionary journey.