“Contents,” Liahona, June 2002LiahonaJune 2002Volume 26, Number 6ContentsFeaturesCommentFirst Presidency Message: “A Little Child Shall Lead Them”President Thomas S. MonsonJoseph Smith, The ProphetElder David B. HaightVisiting Teaching Message: Strengthening Our Marriages, Families, and HomesA Latter-day Saint Perspective on MuhammadJames A. TorontoLatter-day Saint Voices: “Salvation for All”A Trial of My FaithAurelia S. DiezonWhy Was My Life Preserved?María MacPhersonMy Search by PostcardBobi MorganUsing the June 2002 LiahonaEspecially for YouthThree CentavosJoel B. MacariolaQuestions and Answers: How Can I Make Friends with Youth in My Ward When It Is Easier to Spend Time with Nonmember Friends?Friends in Vava‘uJanet ThomasDid You Know?The FriendSpecial Witness: Faith of Our FathersElder Joseph B. WirthlinTo the Last FrontierSheryl ZimmermanNew Testament StoriesThe Ten LepersThe Good ShepherdSharing Time: Temples in All TimesVicki F. MatsumoriFriend to FriendRebecca Todd Archibald and Elder John M. MadsenMaking Friends: Amberley and Jenneke Kurtz of Wellington, New ZealandShanna GhaznaviOn the cover: Photographs by Eldon K. Linschoten, from the Church film The Restoration of the Priesthood. Inset: Photograph by John Luke. See “Joseph Smith, The Prophet,” page 10.Inside back cover: Nauvoo the Beautiful, by Larry Winborg. In April 1999 general conference, President Gordon B. Hinckley announced the rebuilding of the temple in Nauvoo to “stand as a memorial to those who built the first such structure there on the banks of the Mississippi” (“Thanks to the Lord for His Blessings,” Liahona, July 1999, 105). The new building, built to closely resemble the architecture of the original as seen above, will be dedicated in June 2002.