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    Liahona

    July 2002

    Volume 26 Number 7

    Conference Recordings Available

    Recordings of conference sessions are available in many languages at distribution centers, generally within two months following conference. See this issue, page 126, for information on general conference DVDs.

    Conference Talks on Internet

    To access general conference talks on the Internet in many languages, visit www.lds.org.

    Home and Visiting Teaching Messages

    For home and visiting teaching messages, please select an address that best meets the needs of those you visit.

    On the cover: Front: Photograph by Craig Dimond. Back: Photograph by Jed Clark.Conference photography: Photographs were taken by Craig Dimond, Jed Clark, Kelly Larsen, Ellie Carter, Robert Casey, Tamra Ratieta, Allexis Duce, Mark Hedengren, Richard Romney, Arnie Angle, and Casey McFarland.

    Inside front cover: The Millennial Lion House, by Grant Romney Clawson. Built in 1856 in Salt Lake City, the Lion House is named for President Brigham Young—known fondly as the Lion of the Lord. He earned the title after delivering a particularly powerful sermon in Nauvoo; Elder Wilford Woodruff noted in his journal, “The lion roared again tonight.”[illustration] Inside back cover: Remembrance Day, September 14, 2001, by Anne Marie Oborn. After the terrorist attacks on Tuesday, September 11, 2001, United States President George W. Bush declared Friday, September 14, a day of remembrance. All were encouraged to light a candle in memory of the victims of the attacks. This painting shows the artist and her daughter observing this day of remembrance.