“Contents,” Liahona, July 2007, inside front cover–1LiahonaJuly 2007Volume 31, Number 7ContentsFor Adults1Family Home Evening Ideas2First Presidency Message: The Peril of Hidden WedgesPresident Thomas S. Monson14Three Tools to Build a Sacred HomeShirley R. Klein18This, the Greatest of All DispensationsElder Jeffrey R. Holland25Visiting Teaching Message: Become an Instrument in the Hands of God by Practicing Holiness26Parables of the Master38Talking to Youth about PornographyDan Gray42Latter-day Saint VoicesI Remembered the PioneersDaniel CisternasGet the Children Out of the Water!Janell JohnsonWill I Be Able to Talk Again?Javier Gamarra Villena48CommentN1News of the ChurchFor Youth8Remembering IowaCaroline H. Benzley30Thy Speech Reveals TheeElder L. Tom Perry34My Battle with PornographyName withheld46Did You Know?47Instant Messages: An Exemplary PerformanceViktória MerényiThe Friend: For ChildrenF2Come Listen to a Prophet’s Voice: Courage in a CornfieldPresident James E. FaustF4Sharing Time: Family FaithElizabeth RicksF6From the Life of President Spencer W. Kimball: Resist Evil InfluencesF8Gathering to ZionF10It Is EnoughJane McBride ChoateF14Friend to Friend: Blessings of the TempleElder Paul E. KoellikerF16Coloring PageOn the cover: Front: Photograph by Riley M. Lorimer. Back: Photographs of youth by Riley M. Lorimer; photograph of handcarts by Welden C. Andersen.Looking at Sarah, by Lee Udall Bennion. May not be copied. Of motherhood, President Howard W. Hunter (1907–95) said: “Surely we need not look far to see the unnoticed and forgotten heroes of daily life. … I am referring to the uncommon valor of the mother who—hour after hour, day and night—will stay with and care for a sick child. … I am speaking of those who are always there to love and nurture” (“True Greatness,” Ensign, May 1982, 19).