“Contents,” New Era, July 1992New EraJuly 1992Volume 22, Number 7ContentsThe Message: Not for the BodyElder Harold G. HillamThe Word of Wisdom’s lesson: “Just a little” of some things is too much.Everyday Heroes: In the SwimDiane HoffmanFree swimming lessons, with lots of love thrown in, give a big boost to a little girl’s self-esteem.Scripture Lifeline: A New ApproachShauna RobinsonInstead of expecting a testimony to be given to me, I needed to find it.SnakebitGreg PageA python and a rat teach a powerful lesson about temptation.Mormonad: Family PhotoQ&A: Questions and AnswersMy older brother’s always cutting me down and making me feel bad. How can I improve our relationship?MormonismsWhat It Means to Be GreenSpencer GarveyIn Corvallis, Oregon, a group of Laurels shows real leadership in protecting the environment.Things Are Getting NuttyHeidi Jo MillerThis family’s learned that cracking walnuts is more effective than cracking the whip.Real Western HeroesLarry A. HillerScouts in New Mexico find exciting history on the trail of the Mormon Battalion.FYI: For Your InfoHow I Know: I Wasn’t AloneKim GrahamWhen I prayed about my doubts, the reply was a calm assurance, rather than immediate answers to everything.Fiction: Unknown SoldiersBruce R. GelderCindee had been serving quietly all along, and he had accused her of shirking. Now he had to make it right.The Best of BarcelonaLisa A. JohnsonThere’s an Olympic-size pool of faith and dedication among the LDS youth of this Spanish city.FeedbackLetters to the EditorPhoto of the MonthKeith ProctorPoem: SunsetTammy OvertonCover: Sid Payne of Las Cruces, New Mexico, just learned that 150 years ago, a band of LDS heroes marched though what is practically his backyard. And one of them was his ancestor. See p. 28. Cover photography: Phil Shurtleff.