“Contents,” New Era, Apr. 1991New EraApril 1991Volume 21, Number 4ContentsFeedbackLetters to the editor.The Message: Mrs. Patton, Arthur LivesPresident Thomas S. MonsonIn the darkest of times, the reality of the Resurrection shines brightlyDad Caught MeMary Lou JohnsonI was hurtling toward disaster when Dad simply reached out.In Tune: He Is Our GuideStanley J. and Rebecca Woodworth HainsworthHow I Know: I Found Out for MyselfRobert J. CutterHis testimony was challenged. Here’s how he met that challenge.Mormonad: Foul Language Is for the BirdsQ&A: Questions and AnswersMy friends don’t like each other and want me to choose between them. What should I do?Faith to Move MonsoonsMary Ellen RobertsonYouth guides at the Arizona Temple grounds learn that faith overcomes fear.The Bus StopC. S. HankinsOne girl stood out from the crowd and brought the gospel to a whole family.Inner City AngelsCarolyn Sessions AllenLos Angeles youth bring food and cheer to the hungry and homeless.Nothing but GoodLisa A. JohnsonWould this tough guy accept the book? She had to find out.MormonismsGoing Home CleanElder Hartman Rector, Jr.The Resurrection is real, and repentance is a vital preparation.FYI: For Your InformationSoaringAdrian GostickHe had learned to trust the glider pilot. Now he trusts a far greater pilot.Fiction: After Dad DiedTory C. AndersonJarren knew the plan of salvation, but he still had to deal with his grief.Photo of the MonthEldon DeckerPoetry: For an Unseen Finish LineLaurie D. SmithCover: Youth from the Glendora California Stake spent their spring break serving the homeless in the heart of Los Angeles and discovered that “this is what the gospel is all about.” Cover photography: Carolyn Sessions Allen (front), John Luke (back).