“Contents,” Tambuli, Sept. 1992TambuliSeptember 1992Volume 16, Number 9ContentsFeaturesFirst Presidency Message: The Long Line of the LonelyPresident Thomas S. MonsonOn the Wings of PrayerReggie R. Van WagonerFloods, Winds, and the Gates of HellArthur R. BassettPearls of the OrientKellene RicksEspecially for YouthMormon Message: Going Nowhere?Three from New ZealandJanet ThomasNot My TimeCarlos José GarcíaMaking a DifferenceGeri ChristensenDepartmentsCommentQuestions and AnswersDaniel H. LudlowVisiting Teaching Message: Building a HomeTambulilitJoseph F. SmithKellene RicksDear Children: A Message from the Primary General PresidencyFor Little FriendsToo Slow Jeanne N. BurgonPrimary AngelCharles E. DavisSharing Time: My Home and NeighborhoodVirginia PearcePedro Ayala Espinosa of Ciudad Nezahualcoyotl, MéxicoCorliss ClaytonOn the cover: Hong Kong blends old-world wisdom and modern-day technology with stunning natural beauty. But the real treasure of the colony is its people. See “Pearls of the Orient,” page 34. Photography by Liisa Berg.Back cover: A British territory occupying almost four hundred square miles on the south coast of China, Hong Kong faces the challenge of balancing ancient traditions with the desire to keep up with an ever-changing world. How do Latter-day Saints face the challenge, and how do they cope with uncertainty as the colony prepares to revert to Chinese rule in the near future? See “Pearls of the Orient,” page 34.Inside back cover: The Conversion of Alma, by Gary Kapp, © 1990 Alan and Karen Ashton. While Alma the Younger and the four sons of Mosiah went about “seeking to destroy the church, … behold, the angel of the Lord appeared unto them; … and he spake as it were with a voice of thunder. … And so great was their astonishment, that they fell to the earth” (Mosiah 27:10–12).