“Contents,” New Era, July 1993New EraJuly 1993Volume 23, Number 7ContentsThe Message: Earthquake WarningElder Eduardo AyalaSmall warnings can steer us away from great danger.MormonadPure ValueYou 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?MormonismsHoneymoon 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 InfoCalled to ServeFiction: 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 editorIn This ImageJo WakefieldPhoto of the MonthJoy Anne M. MosesCover: On the old Honeymoon Trail through Moccasin, Arizona. See page 20. Cover photography: Janet Thomas (front), John Luke (back).