“Contents,” New Era, Feb. 1993 New Era February 1993 Volume 23, Number 2 Contents The Message: Good FriendsElder L. Tom PerryThose we associate with can have great influence in the formation of our character. Scripture Lifeline: We Did ItKen GourdinI thought cerebral palsy would stop me. But with help, I was able to serve. In Tune: I Feel at Peace Carolyn J. Rasmus and Dan Carter Where’s José Luis?Lisa A. JohnsonThis young man from Spain is found wherever there is gospel work to be done. How I Know: No More FearOkoro OnyebuchiAfraid to share the gospel? So was I until I trusted God and tried. Q&A: Questions and AnswersSometimes I’m sitting in church and the speaker says, “The Spirit is so strong here today,” and I haven’t felt a thing. Are they just imagining things, or is there something wrong with me? MormonadWholehearted? My Story: How I Tackled LifeJason Buck and Laury LivseyA football star tells how he overcame problems more menacing than an opposing lineman. The Shirt I Was Afraid to WearJeaNette Goates SmithI was sure everyone would judge me—and the Church—because of what I wore. Sharing the Gospel: It’s the Grice Thing to DoAnne BradshawThese English sisters have helped bring many of their friends into the Church. FYI: For Your Info Eating Disorders: A Deadly State of MindJanet ThomasAnorexia and bulimia are serious trouble. Get help before they kill you. You Go FirstGlen L. RuddThe first step into the unknown is often a leap of faith. Fiction: Angie’s GrayLisa DahlgrenCould anyone understand her agony? A child’s book held the answer. Mormonisms Split-Second DecisionDwight PhilipoomDecide now what you’ll do in a crisis. I did and it saved my life. FeedbackLetters to the editor Poem: Missionary WorkLinda Campbell Staheli Photo of the MonthJohannes A. Boogaard Cover: Sally Millerchip of Sutton Coldfield, England, is glad her neighbors were willing to share the gospel. See p. 28. Cover photography: Anne Bradshaw (front), Jay Drowns (back).