“Contents,” New Era, Mar. 1992New EraMarch 1992Volume 22, Number 3ContentsThe Message: Right for the ClimateElder John H. GrobergHow you dress does show your status—spiritually.The Enemy in the GutterJohn BythewayThe magazine belonged with the rest of the dirt. Could I leave it there?In Tune: I Am a Daughter of GodBrent N. JorgensenIs Relief Society for Me?Yes! It has a lot to offer the young woman who gives it a chance.Q&A: Questions and AnswersMy parents and friends are encouraging me to get my patriarchal blessing. But I’m not sure I want to yet. What should I do?Turning Their HeartsJanet ThomasA Tennessee youth conference puts enjoyment and meaning in personal and family history.Flunked?Gideon BurtonHe failed the simplest test there was. How he reacted would be an even bigger test.Mormon CornerLarry A. HillerFor these LDS kids in Fairbanks, fun and friendship are always around the corner.MormonismsHow I Know: Convert’s ShoesChris CroweMy friend seemed so sure. Now I wanted to follow in his footsteps.Mormonad: Make your appeal more than skin-deepFiction: The TwinkieAnya BatemanTormenting his sister was half the fun, but would his personal hero approve?Hidden AgonyLisa A. JohnsonAbuse: whether it’s you or someone you know, there are things you should understand and things you can do.FYI: For Your InformationFeedbackLetters to the EditorPhoto of the MonthChad L. MosherPoem: Open WindowsLani BerryCover: Adam, Amanda, and Adriane Talley of Knoxville, Tennessee, have been learning that family history includes present blessings as well as past. See p. 20. Cover photography: Peggy Jellinghausen (front), Phil Shurtleff (back).