“Contents,” Liahona, Nov. 2000LiahonaNovember 2000Volume 24, Number 11ContentsFeaturesCommentFirst Presidency Message: Finding the Abundant LifePresident James E. FaustFrom Zion to Destruction: Lessons of 4 NephiAndrew C. SkinnerVisiting Teaching Message: Honoring the Savior by Keeping Our CovenantsLatter-day Saint Voices: “Be Not Faithless, but Believing”The Shadow of Death Was on Her FaceVictoria Ekong“And What Have You Learned?”Lael J. WoodburyMy Father’s FaithRicardo Enohi and Mark D. ChristiansenWords of the Living ProphetA Foundation of Strength in GermanyPaul VanDenBergheUsing the November 2000 LiahonaEspecially for YouthPoster: The Real TestLives under ConstructionBarbara Jean JonesThe Future YouElder Lance B. WickmanThe Three QuestionsDenalee ChapmanThe FriendMaking Friends: Dan Balyejusa of Entebbe, UgandaMelvin LeavittObedience and ServiceElder Athos M. AmorímSharing Time Activity: Latter-day “Example of the Believers” GameFiction: Angela’s FaithLisa H. FerneliusNew Testament StoriesJesus Is BaptizedSharing Time: The Prophets’ ExamplesAnn JamisonOn the cover: Gertraude and Gottfried Richter of the Chemnitz Ward, Dresden Germany Stake. (Photograph by Paul VanDenBerghe.)Outside back cover: Nearly 160 years after the first German branch was established, the Church in Germany is growing from within as parents raise their children in the gospel and through convert baptisms as members and missionaries reach out to their friends and neighbors. See “A Foundation of Strength in Germany,” page 34. (Clockwise from top: Christoph and Silke Fleege of the Frankfurt Ward, Frankfurt Germany Stake, with their son, Lucas; the Frankfurt Germany Temple; the Freiberg Germany Temple.)Inside back cover: King Benjamin Confers the Kingdom on Mosiah, by Robert T. Barrett. After he had taught his people and they had taken upon themselves the name of Christ, King Benjamin “consecrated his son Mosiah to be a ruler and a king over his people, and [gave] him all the charges concerning the kingdom” (Mosiah 6:3).