“Contents,” Ensign, Mar. 2005, 1EnsignMarch 2005Volume 35, Number 3ContentsFirst Presidency Message: A Testimony of ChristPresident James E. FaustThe Day the Lamb Was SoldJulie A. MastersElder Dieter F. Uchtdorf: On to New HorizonsElder Jeffrey R. HollandElder David A. Bednar: Going Forward in the Strength of the LordElder Henry B. EyringMessages from the Doctrine and Covenants: A Testimony of Missionary WorkElder David J. BarnettThe Priests QuorumA Priest Up to the ChallengeMichael ChipmanDisagreeing without Being DisagreeableJoanna Stephenson Price“We Wanted to Come to Zion”Fred E. WoodsA Good-Enough GiftLaurie Williams SowbyFather Figures outside My FamilyTracy N. TippettsThe Saints of Colombia: An Example of StrengthMarvin K. GardnerMy Shattered DreamsNikki Sue ClarkWhy Relief Society?Jane McBride ChoateNow Let Us RejoiceVisiting Teaching Message: Rejoice in the Organization of Relief SocietyMy Stay-at-Home EducationKatherine PadillaThe Things of My SoulChristy WilliamsMessages from the Doctrine and Covenants: Seek Ye Earnestly the Best GiftsElder Mervyn B. ArnoldAll Your LossesEric P. ShieldsRandom SamplerNews of the ChurchMaking the Most of This IssueOn the cover: Photography by Marvin K. GardnerInside front cover: Quilting Bee, by Lynde Mott. May not be copied. This 1830s quilting bee in Kirtland, Ohio, features two sets of sisters: on the left are Sophronia and Catherine Smith and on the right are Mary and Mercy Fielding. Emma Smith is standing behind Elizabeth Ann Whitney, in the center. They are finishing up a traditional rose of Sharon appliqué quilt pattern for Mercy, who is soon to be married.Inside back cover: Tender Moments, by Keith Mallett. May not be copied. “Parents have a sacred duty to rear their children in love and righteousness, to provide for their physical and spiritual needs, to teach them to love and serve one another, to observe the commandments of God and to be law-abiding citizens wherever they live” (“The Family: A Proclamation to the World,” Liahona, Oct. 2004, 49; Ensign, Nov. 1995, 102).