“Contents,” New Era, Nov. 1990 New Era November 1990 Volume 20, Number 11 Contents FeedbackLetters to the editor. The Message: MiraclesElder Ted E. BrewertonThe Lord rewards faithfulness today, just as in ancient times. Healing Deeper WoundsPaul B. ThurgoodHe traded his paramedic badge for a missionary name tag. What I Couldn’t SeeScott TerryVictor was physically blind. I was blind in more serious ways. Everyday Heroes: A Powerful WordDiane BrinkmanThe word is volunteer, and Annette Aagard has discovered its strength. Q&A: Questions and AnswersI’m dating a guy who doesn’t want to go on a mission. How can I encourage him to go, without being pushy? At the Speed of LightRichard M. RomneyYoung Latter-day Saints in Toronto learn to lead in a fast-moving world. Mormonad: Some Things Can’t Wait Love Is Worth a Thousand WordsDarrin K. BaronThe members’ love painted a bright picture for the investigator. Bridging the WavesAnne C. BradshawBorn without arms, Jenny is still able to reach out to others. Better Than RoyaltyElaine JackWhat do you have that kings and queens of old didn’t have? Plenty! FYI: For Your Information Mormonisms Fiction: Eddy and the HabsAdrian GostickHockey was his life until he met the Mormon elders. Photo of the MonthHeidi Buchmiller Poetry: ElsewhereDeborah Thompson Cover: Youth and seniors in Toronto, Canada, discover they’re all on the same journey through past, present, and future. Cover photography: Richard M. Romney (front), John Luke (back).