“Contents,” New Era, June 1994New EraJune 1994Volume 24, Number 6ContentsThe Message: Joseph Smith, Truly a ProphetPresident Gordon B. HinckleyYou cannot accept the restored Church without accepting Joseph as a prophet.How I Know: View from Celestial RidgeMichelle BagleyI wanted a burning bush. Instead, I received what I needed.In Tune: To Those with Pure IntentDan CarterThrough Thick and ThinnerJefferson SmithWe couldn’t whitewash our differences. But we could work them out.Scripture Lifeline: No Laughing MatterCamille NugentThe mockery of classmates brought tears; the scriptures brought comfort.Q&A: Questions and AnswersA friend of mine says he can accept everything about the Church except Joseph Smith’s visions. What should I tell him?Mormonad: Something in CommonFull CircleJanet ThomasFrench Polynesia used to import missionaries. Now they are exporting.Hiking Diamond HeadMichelle CarterThe destination is as rewarding as the climb is difficult—it’s a lot like life.Walls Come Tumbling DownRichard M. RomneyIn strife-torn Northern Ireland, LDS youth are an example of the gospel’s peace.FYI: For Your InfoMormonismsCalled to ServeNew General Authorities calledThrough Teenage EyesRichard Neitzel HolzapfelYoung Latter-day Saints tell what they saw and how they felt when Joseph Smith was killed.Fiction: Just Call Me SusieLinda Ririe GundryIt’s not my name, but it’s better than being called “that young idiot.”Testimony PowerHilary HuntThe Spirit turned a testimony meeting into a powerful missionary tool.FeedbackLetters to the editorsPoem: Gold SeekersLou McLeanPhoto of the MonthAnselm SpringCover: Lianna Tarahu, 14, appreciates those who brought the gospel to French Polynesia and wants to become a missionary herself. See “Full Circle,” page 20. Cover photography: Janet Thomas (front), Matt Reier (back).