“Contents,” Ensign, July 2006, 1EnsignJuly 2006Volume 36, Number 7ContentsFirst Presidency Message: In These Three I BelievePresident Gordon B. HinckleyMy Personal Parable for PeaceNancy M. ChristensenOn the Wings of EaglesElder Dieter F. UchtdorfA Hole in Her SoulName WithheldFinding Ancestors, Uniting a WardRebecca M. TaylorMore Than a NameLaura BunkerYelled At, Barked At, and Rained OnKatharina Betz BirchGetting Past the HurtRobert F. WilliamsSongs of the RighteousSome Must Push and Some Must PullCambodia—a Land of Developing PeaceMarissa A. WiddisonBreaking the Chains of SinElder H. Ross WorkmanThe Fulness of the Gospel: Putting Off the Natural ManFamilies Are Forever—and So Is ParenthoodGarth Hanson and Steve HansonLessons from the Old Testament: Following the Holy GhostCheryl C. LantVisiting Teaching Message: Strengthening FamiliesLatter-day Saint VoicesRandom SamplerNews of the ChurchMaking the Most of This IssueOn the cover: John the Baptist Baptizing Jesus, by Greg Olsen, may not be copied.Inside front cover: The Randolph Tabernacle, by G. A. Garns, may not be copied. During the early part of the twentieth century in the small Utah town of Randolph, this brick tabernacle was the center of activity for the people who lived there. Today the well-maintained tabernacle on the main street looks just as it did more than 100 years ago.Inside back cover: Into the Storm, by Byron Pixton, may not be copied. On this 150th anniversary of the handcart pioneers, we remember the 10 handcart companies that made their way from Iowa City, Iowa, and Florence, Nebraska, to the Salt Lake Valley between 1856 and 1860. While most of these companies traveled the more than 1,000 miles (1,600 km) with little trouble, two companies became stranded in early snowstorms in Wyoming, where many died.