“Contents,” New Era, Aug. 1992 New Era August 1992 Volume 22, Number 8 Contents The Message: Changing ChannelsElder Marion D. HanksHow the great principles of love and agency work together to bless our lives. Contest Winners: Sharing Their InsightsIntroducing the 1992 New Era contest winners. My Father’s CareKevin R. OlsonFirst-Place Song The Best ChristmasNancy FairchildFirst-Place Article: When she took Christmas to others, it returned to her own heart. O Savior, Thou Who Healed the SickKaimi WengerFirst-Place Hymn Q&A: Questions and AnswersMy journal is really boring. Why should I even keep one? Mormonisms Inspirational InsightsSelected winning photography, art, and poetry entries. SculptureAmy Jo JacksonA simple, hand-carved wooden knife symbolized the love she felt from her father. Something You Really LoveMelissa Engle and Lisa A. JohnsonShe proves you play the violin with your heart, not just your fingers. Prayer on StageEdgar E. EatonThe nonreligious cast prompted him to ask for behind-the-scenes help. FYI: For Your InfoPutting together the perfect dance? Here are some ideas for doing it right. How I Know: I Had to TryDavid HersamKneeling in the forest, he discovered that his testimony had been growing quietly for years. Slightly Larger than LifeJanet ThomasHe may be a cartoonist, but David Gallagher takes the gospel seriously. Scripture Lifeline: Who Needs to Change?Teresa HunsakerMy friends had made me angry. Now I needed to love them even more. Beginning with JoshuaKatharine RogersFirst-Place Fiction: Joshua wouldn’t let a friend drop out, starting a chain reaction of fellowshipping and conversion. FeedbackLetters to the Editor Mormonad: Blow Your Own Horn Cover: Work, understanding, inspiration—it’s all part of the process best exemplified by the Master Creator. Throughout this issue, enjoy the insights offered by winners of our annual contest. Cover photography: Craig Dimond.