“Contents,” Tambuli, June 1993TambuliJune 1993 Volume 17, Number 6ContentsFeaturesFirst Presidency Message: We Believe in Being HonestPresident Gordon B. HinckleyJust Another Sacrament MeetingPat Allred BurnellMy Search for the RestorationAngelo ScarpullaA Conversation about the Church in Central AmericaTed E. BrewertonPraying Like EnosChristie Ann GilesJoseph F. Smith: The Blessings of Family RelationshipsArthur R. BassettSea, Soil, and Souls in DenmarkGiles H. Florence, Jr.The Song of GratitudeLisa Ray TurnerEspecially for YouthToday in Dombo TomboEsinath MutumanjiSearch and RescueLarry HillerFor Your InformationDepartmentsCommentVisiting Teaching Message: Dealing with DisabilitiesTambulilitJuan Carlos and the Conference ShirtJan M. SmithSharing Time: The Temple Is a Happy PlaceJudy EdwardsTruman O. Angell: Builder of the KingdomShannon W. OstlerHandkerchief DollJudie FordhamDavid O. McKayKellene Ricks AdamsThe Road to JerichoPresident Thomas S. MonsonOn the cover: One of many Danish converts to the Church, Annette Mathiasen Jensen not only accepted the missionary discussions, she also decided she wanted to be a missionary herself and served for two years in her native land. See “Sea, Soil, and Souls in Denmark,” page 36. (Photography by Giles H. Florence, Jr.)Back cover: Youth of the Århus Stake, top, and the Copenhagen Stake, bottom, are among Church members becoming a force for good in Denmark. See, “Sea, Soil, and Souls in Denmark,” page 36. (Photography by Giles H. Florence, Jr.)Inside back cover: Proselyting the Indians, by Winfred R. Geisler. In 1885, missionaries went to the Wind River (Wyoming) Shoshone Indians carrying a Book of Mormon and a letter of friendship from Brigham Young. Indian Chief Washakie accepted the gifts, telling his subchiefs that their “Father above the clouds” told Brigham Young to send the missionaries. This was the beginning of a long friendship between Washakie and the Latter-day Saints.