“Contents,” New Era, July 1993 New Era July 1993 Volume 23, Number 7 Contents The Message: Earthquake WarningElder Eduardo AyalaSmall warnings can steer us away from great danger. MormonadPure Value You Know Me Better Than ThatPhil ReschkeThere was my big brother—my hero—holding a beer. Scripture Lifeline: Why Are You Sad?Lori PerrierYou’ll find comfort in the scriptures, but sometimes you must search. SunburnEileen Collard SorensonSome things that make us attractive to the world cause spiritual harm. Everyday Heroes: The Great “Bale-Out”Edgar E. EatonThe barn dance could wait. The farmer’s hay crop couldn’t. Q&A: Questions and AnswersAm I really expected to turn the other cheek? Is it really wrong to defend myself? Mormonisms Honeymoon TrailJanet ThomasLearn about modern dating from a bunch of old pioneers? Absolutely. Hymn and MeKasey RyanWhen I had to accompany the Young Women, playing was hard work. Riding the TideRichard M. RomneyLDS kids in Liverpool, England, find smooth sailing in the gospel. FYI: For Your Info Called to Serve Fiction: Mushbottom’s FamilyKathleen “Casey” NullUh-oh! Nice girl with weird family meets normal guy. Who’s in Control?Elder Kenneth JohnsonWhen you put your life in another’s hands, make sure they’re the Savior’s. Tahitian PearlsKathleen C. PerrinWhat a place for a youth conference! FeedbackLetters to the editor In This ImageJo Wakefield Photo of the MonthJoy Anne M. Moses Cover: On the old Honeymoon Trail through Moccasin, Arizona. See page 20. Cover photography: Janet Thomas (front), John Luke (back).