“Contents,” New Era, Oct. 1994New EraOctober 1994Volume 24, Number 10ContentsSpecial Issue: Awesome AustraliaThe Message: Like Sand and SurfElder Rulon G. CravenLDS youth play a major role in the Church’s growth in Australia.In Tune: The Armor of GodKate McSweeneyTo Do My BestAn interview with Colin Robert NilsenHere’s a look at missionary service through the eyes of a full-blooded aborigine.How I Know: The Perfect TruthStephanie McLeanConfused about school, the Church, and life in general, I turned to One who had the answers.Q&A: Questions and AnswersI try to keep Church standards, but my friends give me a hard time. They say I’m unrealistic and old-fashioned. How should I handle this?Mormonad: Get LostAwesome AussiesMeet some of the same terrific young Australian Latter-day Saints we met.Near to EternityThe most important building in Australia? It’s definitely the Sydney Temple.Fiction: Make Room for Me, Mate!Crystal SchneiderWere they playing dirty, or were they my friends? Or both?Swim between the FlagsSuzanne N. OwenTo avoid sharks—or sin—the only safe place is within the standards.FYI: For Your InfoEveryday Heroes: Pray for HerRichard M. RomneyWhen a gang beat her up, it was the bullies Ava was most concerned about.Bushfire!Alan WakeleyAmidst terrible destruction, these young Latter-day Saints found peace and safety.MormonismsFeedbackLetters to the editorsPoem: My HeroesJoanne BossePhoto of the MonthRichard M. RomneyCover: Alison Caballero, 15, St. Marys Ward, Sydney Hebersham Stake, poses with joey (a very common name among young kangaroos). Cover photography: Richard M. Romney (front), Jed Clark (back).