“Contents,” Ensign, Aug. 2005, 1 Ensign August 2005 Volume 35, Number 8 Contents First Presidency Message: A Testimony Vibrant and True President Gordon B. Hinckley A Consistent Prophetic Call Gospel Classics: The Book of Mormon President Marion G. Romney Embracing Members with Special Needs Strengthening the Family: Within the Bonds of Matrimony Messages from the Doctrine and Covenants: Abiding in the Marriage Covenant Elder W. Douglas Shumway My Maturing Views of Grace E. Richard Packham A Child without a Name ShiShiqua Zoilo Long Doctrine and Covenants Times at a Glance, Chart 2: Sections 65–137 Building Hope in the Inner City Mary R. Pedersen and Marissa A. Widdison Picturing the Past Messages from the Doctrine and Covenants: Family History Changed My Life Elder Carlos A. Pérez I Found It! The Quorums of the Seventy Elder Earl C. Tingey We Wouldn’t Have Missed It for the World Janice Kapp Perry Fighting Internet Filth Mario Hipol Infertility, Faith, and Personal Growth Stacy Muramoto Harline Visiting Teaching Message: Rejoice in an Understanding of the Purpose of Life The Doctrinal Foundation of the Auxiliaries Elder Richard G. Scott Latter-day Saint Voices Random Sampler News of the Church Making the Most of This Issue On the cover: Front: Painting by Jeffrey Hein. Back: Photography by Welden C. Andersen, Craig Dimond, and Don O. Thorpe. Inside front cover: First Edition of the Book of Mormon. The publication of the Book of Mormon, as exemplified by this first edition copy, was in fulfillment of prophecy: “And it shall come to pass that the Lord God shall bring forth unto you the words of a book, … and in the book shall be a revelation from God” (2 Ne. 27:6–7; see also Isa. 29). “And after having received the record of the Nephites, yea, even my servant Joseph Smith, Jun., might have power to translate through the mercy of God, by the power of God, the Book of Mormon” (D&C 1:29). Inside back cover: Tell John I Died with My Face toward Zion, by Clark Kelley Price. May not be copied. James Steele shades the face of Mary Murray Murdoch, known lovingly as “Wee Granny.” Mary’s physical strength carried her only to Chimney Rock, Nebraska, but her spiritual strength was manifest in her request to have the Steeles tell her son John that she died facing Zion. That testimony still burns in the hearts of her posterity.