“Contents,” New Era, Jan. 1992New EraJanuary 1992Volume 22, Number 1ContentsThe Message: Make It AutomaticElder Richard G. ScottPeople are like watches: some must be wound up; others perform automatically. Which are you?How I Know: On a Wing and a PrayerViki A. GrobergA shaky flight in a small plane left her with a firm belief in the power of prayer and God’s constant love.In Tune: Look InsideJulie S. Anderson and Dennis L. CrockettBreakfast SpecialF. Sterling HughesThese polyester senior citizens just made him touchier—until they touched his heart.Mormonad: Simply heroicQ&A: Questions and AnswersOur Church team prays before every game. The other teams do the same. Only one can win. Should we pray before competition, and if so, what for?Hear the SongRichard M. RomneyWhen it comes to the gospel, LDS youth in Finland sing the same songs, speak the same language you do.SistersJanene Wolsey BaadsgaardNo hand-me-down dress and shoes from her sisters this time.Scripture Lifeline: Julie’s WatchingMary Ann SiggardActions louder than words kept her away from the Church.Everyday Heroes: PaybackAdrian GostickKent Madrian’s grandparents helped care for him. Turnabout is fair play.Not BadJulene M. JolleyShe was angry because they judged her dad. But was she judging the judges?Fiction: Knee JerkMike MillerBecome a sports hero? Sure, unless it meant exposing his scrawny white legs and knobby knees on the basketball court.FYI: For Your InfoMormonismsThere Is a TomorrowBruce C. HafenBecause you have a future, your yesterdays have meaning, today really counts, and eternal joy is possible.FeedbackLetters to the EditorPhoto of the MonthJohn LukePoem: Winter DanceErinn VandenhazelCover: For Säde Metsätähti of Turku, Finland, there’s more to music than melody alone. Listen to her talk about the songs of life, starting on page 20. Cover photography: Richard M. Romney (front), Phil Shurtleff (back).