“Contents,” Liahona, Nov. 1997LiahonaNovember 1997 Volume 21, Number 11ContentsFeaturesFirst Presidency Message: Go Bring Them In from the PlainsPresident James E. FaustA Conversation with Single AdultsPresident Gordon B. HinckleyAt Home in a New WardJoanne DoxeyThe Business of HonestyAlan V. FunkTudo Bem in BrazilDon L. Searle and David MitchellEspecially for YouthAre You His Friend?Michael GriffithAfter Losing EverythingPressure ReliefTeresa HunsakerDepartmentsCommentMormon Message: Doorway to HeavenVisiting Teaching Message: The Word of KnowledgeThe FriendExploring: Crossing the PlainsSherrie JohnsonFun PageFriend to FriendRebecca M. Taylor and President Thomas S. MonsonSharing Time: I Will Make Important Choices NowKaren AshtonKevin’s Birthday GiftTimothy S. WightTo Be a PioneerOn the cover: Among the early converts in Brazil, Milton and Irene Soares planted gospel seeds for family and friends to harvest. See “Tudo Bem in Brazil,” page 34. (Photography by Don L. Searle and David Mitchell.)Inside back cover: Utah artist Everett Clarke Thorpe (1907–1984) created a series of mural-size paintings on the Latter-day Saint pioneer experience. This oil on canvas (300 × 150 cm) is in the Logan First Ward chapel, Logan Utah Stake.