“Contents,” New Era, Apr. 1995New EraApril 1995Volume 25, Number 4ContentsIn Memoriam: President Howard W. Hunter—Love One AnotherThe Message: Your Temple RecommendPresident Howard W. HunterA recommend opens the door to great blessings. This is how you qualify.In Tune: Come unto HimSam Cardon and Steven K. JonesThe World Doesn’t StopJon B. FishHere’s down-to-earth advice on coping with a death in the family.Not This CowboyThomas HancockWatching Dad say no to a drink has made it easier for me to keep the Word of Wisdom.Q&A: Questions and AnswersI’ve noticed that I’m always repenting for the same things. How do you know when you’re truly sorry and you won’t do it again?Mormonad: He Gives New LifeAlice Is WonderlandRichard M. RomneyIn the center of Australia, the gospel is central in the lives of these LDS youth.Pulled to SafetyJon ShakespearHaving a friend nearby averts disaster on a mountain snowfield.All in the FamilyLaury LivseyIn Hong Kong, a lot of Wongs make it right.FYI: For Your InfoFiction: Heart of StoneEugene E. WoodburySometimes a heart must melt before it can heal.I’m Not Hurting YouColleen WhitleyJohn thought he could do as he wished—until his sister’s life was on the line.MormonismsHow I Know: Created for MeBethany M. GalbraithThe whole world bore witness to me that God lives.FeedbackLetters to the editorsPoem: His LightGwen SkinnerPhoto of the MonthCharles BairdCover: Her name is Wong Yun Tai, she goes by “Belle,” and she’s brought great blessings to those she loves. See “All in the Family,” p. 28. Cover photography: Laury Livsey (front), and Maren Younce (back).