“Contents,” Liahona, June 2007, inside front cover–1LiahonaJune 2007Volume 31, Number 6ContentsFor AdultsIFCFamily Home Evening Ideas2First Presidency Message: An Unending Conflict, a Victory AssuredPresident Gordon B. Hinckley8A Firm Foundation in a Shaky WorldAdam C. Olson13Lessons from the New Testament: Gratitude for the AtonementElder Wolfgang H. Paul25Visiting Teaching Message: Become an Instrument in the Hands of God by Standing Strong and Immovable26“For She Loved Much” (Luke 7:47): Women of the New Testament30Supporting Your BishopJoseph Staples38It Made Us a FamilyRaquel M. Garcia-Rebutar41Latter-day Saint VoicesHe Would Not Touch the BookHermenegildo I. CruzThe Orange CarElwin C. Robison44Eight Japanese BrothersTadashi KinaN1News of the ChurchWorldwide Leadership Training Meeting: Teaching and Learning50Principles of Teaching and LearningPresident Boyd K. Packer and Elder L. Tom Perry56Teaching and Learning in the ChurchElder Jeffrey R. Holland74Examples of Great TeachersPresident Thomas S. MonsonFor Youth16Put Light in Your LifePresident James E. Faust22Questions and Answers: I’ve Come Back to Church and Tried to Make a Fresh Start in Life after Making Some Mistakes, but I’m Afraid of Falling Again. How Can I Overcome This Fear?34Football or Mission?Alexandre Machado Vasconcelos37Missing the World CupSuzana Alves de Melo48Poster: ChooseThe Friend: For ChildrenF2Come Listen to a Prophet’s Voice: Deadly Maka-fekesPresident Thomas S. MonsonF4Sharing Time: RememberElizabeth RicksF6From the Life of President Spencer W. Kimball: The Power of ExampleF8For Little Friends: Remember Jesus Christ during the SacramentF10Friend to Friend: KindnessElder Won Yong KoF12A Miraculous Escape from DangerMyra Hawke DyckF16Coloring PageOn the cover: Front: For She Loved Much, by Jeffrey Hein. Back: Jesus Said to Her, “Mary,” by William Whitaker.Inside back cover: Anna the Prophetess, by Elspeth Young. May not be copied. Anna, a widow and a prophetess of the tribe of Asher, was 84 years old at the time of Christ’s birth. She “departed not from the temple, but served God with fastings and prayers night and day” (Luke 2:37). She was one who greeted the infant Jesus at His presentation in the temple.