“Contents,” New Era, Feb. 1994 New Era February 1994 Volume 24, Number 2 Contents The Message: You PromisedElder M. Russell BallardIf you have the courage to keep your covenants, you will have the desire and strength to live a worthy life. That Day in MantiShirlyn Andersen JonesHow could I be with my family forever if I wasn’t worthy to be with them now? In Tune: Zion Must Go Forth Douglas L. Ipson Everyday Heroes: Gus German, Home TeacherLaury LivseyThere’s something Gus loves to do. And he doesn’t wait until the end of the month to do it. Mormonad: Which Side Are You On? Q&A: Questions and AnswersMy friend and I really like watching this one soap opera every day. Is there really anything wrong with it? Mormonisms Making Waves in ArgentinaLarry A. HillerSeminary graduation in Buenos Aires is an answer to a prayer. KlondikeAaron Tolson“Let’s get them!” John said. But Doug knew there’s no such thing as sweet revenge. Names and FacesJanet ThomasThese young women in Idaho made really close friends with people who have been dead for a century. FYI: For Your Info Fiction: The Different OneAlma J. YatesAll keeping standards did was make his friends laugh at him. So why not just give in? Race for Last PlaceMary Ann SpencerI came in next to last. But the man behind me really won. Look Both WaysJanet G. LeeAs you cross the street of life, be sure to watch out for oncoming traffic. FeedbackLetters to the editors Poem: Symphonies of GrayClaris Aright Photo of the MonthChris Talbot Cover: Holly Erickson (top) and Cori Christensen locate the graves in Silver City, Idaho, of some of the people they researched before the names were submitted to the Boise Temple. See p. 28. Cover photography: Janet Thomas (front), Matt Reier (back).