“Contents,” New Era, Mar. 1993 New Era March 1993 Volume 23, Number 3 Contents The Message: Anchor Your SoulElder M. Russell BallardAn Apostle tells how you can remain firm and steadfast in these troubled times. Hungary for the GospelChristopher J. H. JonesThe elders in Hungary had the converts, but no place to baptize. Then, faith took over. How I Know: A Father’s BlessingAmanda MeansDoes God really know me? The answer came in my patriarchal blessing. Everyday Heroes: In a HeartbeatDiane HoffmanHow 16-year-old Amy Gardner led her own crusade to help homeless babies. Bit by BitTeresa SpringThe computer opened my eyes to the depth and beauty of the gospel. Q&A: Questions and AnswersI know we shouldn’t lie, but what should we do when the truth will really hurt someone? MormonadDangerous Game Braided TogetherRichard M. RomneyThis English farm family finds unity in the gospel and rewards in hard work. Taking It PersonallyChristie GilesHere’s a youth conference that really brought the Book of Mormon to life. Ship of FriendsDarrin LythgoeLDS Sea Explorers in California share ocean adventure with the less privileged. Mormonisms Fiction: Make the Wind StopCharles E. DavisSometimes, the best way to deal with personal pain is to share someone else’s. FYI: For Your Info The Beer FactsLaury LivseyThey call it “the gateway drug” for good reason. Here’s the truth about beer and beer advertising. Sunday Is DifferentHartt WixomThe huge trout was the bait. Fishing on Sunday was the hook. Would he bite? Feedback:Letters to the Editors Poem: JournalMary Jo Westenhaver Photo of the MonthNed James Cover: Jenny Flinn and friend in Broadway—England, that is. Meet Jenny and her family on page 20. Cover photography: Richard M. Romney (front), Jay Drowns (back).