“Contents,” New Era, May 1992New EraMay 1992Volume 22, Number 5ContentsThe Message: Priesthood PowerElder J. Richard ClarkeBearing the priesthood is a great honor—live to be worthy of it.Your Turn to TeachShane BarkerWhat to do when they hand you the manual and the chalk.How I Know: With All My HeartSeth H. BoyleI knew a mission was the right thing to do, but could I really testify?Following In His FootstepsRachel RackhamThe long hike in the dark would have been impossible without Dad leading the way.Q&A: Questions and AnswersI have a big mouth. I often say things I don’t mean and later regret. How can I get my mouth under control?Mormonad: Don’t Sell Yourself ShortThe Secret of His SuccessLisa A. JohnsonOlivio rose from poverty in Africa to pro basketball in Portugal. Then the Mormons recruited him.Jumpin’ in JuneauLarry A. HillerWhen they’re not splashing in glacial lakes, these kids make a splash on a jump-rope team.Fiction: First FlightJack WeylandHeaded for the MTC, he was leaving a lot behind. But he was taking at least a two-year supply of love.MormonismsEveryday Heroes: A Starring RoleDiane HoffmanBecki stood by her values and lost the lead in the school musical.FYI: For Your InfoToday in Dombo TomboEsinath MutumanjiFrom a small town in Zimbabwe, a simple story of honesty and example.ProfanityElder Robert K. DellenbachIs your language appropriate for a child of God? If not, here’s why—and how—to change.FeedbackLetters to the EditorPhoto of the MonthAllexis ZirklePoem: Weather PoemsTanya M. DraperCover: Carly Perkins of Juneau, Alaska, is just one of many LDS young people in that part of the world who jump at the chance to live life to the fullest. See p. 26. Cover photography: Jed Clark (front), John Luke (back).