“Contents,” New Era, July 1991 New Era July 1991 Volume 21, Number 7 Contents FeedbackLetters to the editor. The Message: A Grizzly ExperienceElder Merlin R. LybbertYou need true courage when faced with temptation. Sufferin’ SuccotashMoira GoeringWhen it comes to gardening, they are outstanding in their field Guess WhoFred WeeksHow much do you know about our prophets and the missions they served? Q&A: Questions and AnswersThe scriptures seem boring to me. Is there anything I can do to enjoy them more? Re: Living HistoryJanet ThomasThis Columbus Ohio Stake youth conference was history from the beginning. How I Know: A Good Place to BeMargaret WildingJoseph Smith knew at age 14, why couldn’t I? A Delicate BalanceAdrian GostickThese Canadian gymnasts are rivals, sisters, and friends. Mormonad: Faith without Works Doesn’t Work Packing Your WagonArdeth G. KappIf life is too hectic, you may need to lighten your load Everyday Heroes: Tied Up with LoveDiane HoffmanNina Lyn tied a lot of hearts together with 500 yards of yellow ribbon. FYI: For Your Information Mormonisms Fiction: Looks Aren’t EverythingLisa A. JohnsonThey didn’t want to be clones of Dad. Trouble is, they weren’t themselves, either. Photo of the MonthJess Morgan Poem: Bear Lake (To Grandpa Mac)Lance Larsen Cover: When youth of the Columbus Ohio Stake went to help clean up Church historic sites, they found more than just buildings. They discovered history itself. See p. 20. Cover photography: Janet Thomas (front), John Luke (back).