“Contents,” New Era, Sept. 1991New EraSeptember 1991Volume 21, Number 9ContentsThe Message: Out of the LimelightPresident Howard W. HunterThe worth of your life and service is not measured in public recognition.It Became RealMorgan D. WestermanThey weren’t just Book of Mormon stories anymore. That night I lived them.And the Winner Is … Bruce DeHaanNot quitting can be a greater victory than winning first place.Everyday Heroes: New in JerseyTracy Hogan BarrandHer father’s call became her call, and what a mission it was!Mormonad: Don’t Bail OutQ&A: Questions and AnswersThere’s a lot of cheating in my school. I almost feel that if I don’t cheat I won’t be able to compete. Don’t circumstances sometimes determine what’s right and wrong?Supporting RolesLisa A. JohnsonFor the Potters, there’s no business like family business—not even show business.Aim for the ArrowsAnita F. BottYou can’t hit the big goals without first going for the small ones.Three from N.Z.Janet ThomasThese New Zealand teens are setting a great example in their island nation.Expect the Unexpected:Announcing the 1992 New Era Writing, Art, Photography, and Music ContestMormonismsThe Richest BeggarSam GilesI learned a powerful lesson from a panhandler’s generosity.FYI: For Your InfoHow I Know: Everything Fell into PlaceCarolyn JohnstonOnce they knew Joseph Smith was a prophet, the rest of the puzzle came together just fine.Fiction: SistersAdrian GostickTo Julie, they were just bratty little step-sisters—until they took her to their special place in the desert.FeedbackLetters to the editor.Photo of the MonthLana K. NortonPoem: ColorsJoAnne H. LeeCover: You’ve probably seen one or more of them on national television. Now meet the Potters and learn why TV is no big deal, but family is. See p. 20. Cover photography: John Luke.