“Contents,” Tambuli, Aug. 1992TambuliAugust 1992Volume 16, Number 8ContentsFeaturesFirst Presidency Message: The Keystone of Our ReligionPresident Ezra Taft BensonIndonesian SaintsDavid MitchellUnity in DiversityElder John K. CarmackIs Happiness Possible?Barbara Cecchinaro as told to Pietro CurrariniThe Book of Mormon: Paintings by Arnold FribergEspecially for YouthMom and the StarsElaine Reiser AlderThe Burning Came LaterLarry A. HillerCamping in AbidjanChirley Roundy ArnoldDepartmentsCommentVisiting Teaching Message: Instruct and Edify through Homemaking MeetingsTambulilitAlma and NehorThe GiftCynthia Covey HallerSharing Time: Let Every Man Esteem His NeighborVirginia PearceFun PageSong: We Are DifferentPatricia Kelsey GrahamFriend to FriendJanet Peterson and Elder Angel AbreaCreative Friends in the NewsMissionary Book ReportK. SchofieldOn the cover: “We continue at a breathtaking pace to become a Church serving most of the world,” writes Elder John K. Carmack. But, he says, despite cultural differences, we can find “unity in diversity.” (See page 26.) Illustrated by Roger Loveless.Back cover: In recent years, the Church has seen a dramatic surge in growth as people around the world accept the gospel of Jesus Christ. As Church members have then moved to other areas of the world, many wards and stakes have become culturally and ethnically diverse. With this diversity comes the challenge to maintain unity among the Saints—to be at one with God and with each other. (See “Unity in Diversity,” page 26.) (Photograph by Marvin K. Gardner.)Inside back cover: Mormon Bids Farewell to a Once Great Nation, by Arnold Friberg.