“Contents,” New Era, Oct. 1992 New Era October 1992 Volume 22, Number 10 Contents The Message: Hold On!Elder James M. ParamoreBoundaries set by the Lord are guidelines to eternal life. But I Was in LoveCourtney J. LassetterHe knew he should serve a mission, but there was this wonderful girl … How I Know: My Own PlaceGeorge DicksonI found my testimony in the solitude of our broken-down limousine. Behind the ScenesTimothy L. CarverEver wonder how they make those great videos you see in seminary? We’ll tell you. Q&A: Questions and AnswersHow can I repent of something dumb I did when there is no way of correcting it? Mormonad: You are what you watch. Search and RescueLarry A. HillerFor Tad Jessop, finding lost hikers is good practice for finding lost souls. A Dark and Fearful PlaceDouglas L. CobabeHis brother braved the most terrifying spot on earth to rescue their helpless dog. Home AgainRichard M. RomneyFrom South Dakota farm to college campus, Marcelle finds you carry home in your heart. Mormonisms Mormonad NightJanet ThomasOne stake combines road shows with Mormonads for a great new activity. FYI: For Your Info L. A. Lesson: We’re All SistersShellie M. FreyYoung LDS women find peace and sisterhood in a riot-torn city. Called to Serve Fiction: Family Relations 101Don SmurthwaiteHe took the class to meet girls and wound up sitting by his mother. FeedbackLetters to the Editor Poem: A New JournalTryn Peterson Photo of the Month:Morgan Murdock Cover: Marcelle Collins finds new ground to plow on the college campus. See p. 26. Cover photography: Richard M. Romney (front), John Luke (back).