“Contents,” Ensign, Oct. 2002, 1EnsignOctober 2002Volume 32 Number 10ContentsFirst Presidency Message: Be Not AfraidPresident James E. FaustHymn: O Lord, Who Gave Thy Life for MeAlice W. JohnsonFacing the Fiery FurnaceTerry W. CallJeremiah: As Potter’s ClayElder Jean A. TefanEducation for Real LifeElder Henry B. EyringPart of a Family:Strengthening RelationshipsMichele BurtonBridging the DistanceKristin Bayles BatchelorMaking Choices for EternityElder Dieter F. UchtdorfConfessions of a Den MotherBette Newton LangRemembering Hiram, OhioMark L. StakerGospel Classics: Oneness in MarriagePresident Spencer W. KimballJoining in the Mighty Work of GodColeen K. MenloveArea Authority Seventies: “To Bear Record of My Name in All the World”Elder Earl C. TingeyVisiting Teaching Message: Sustaining Priesthood LeadersMy Obsession with FoodAleta Goodman BreakwellTeaching the Teachers:In the Classroom, in the HomeRebecca M. TaylorReaching for a Higher LevelDon L. SearleLatter-day Saint VoicesIf Not for ClydeDouglas SpringmeyerHelp Was in the MailFaye V. BellWater Rights—and WrongsAbram F. DalleyA Living TestimonyHelen SturdevantRandom SamplerNews of the ChurchMaking the Most of This IssueInside 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.