“Contents,” New Era, Feb. 1996New EraFebruary 1996 Volume 26, Number 2ContentsThe Message: Around the TableElder LeGrand R. CurtisSpending time together as a family pays great dividends.Everyday Heroes: Close ShaveColleen SaxeyWhen Chris Saxey lost his hair because of cancer treatments, his friends lost theirs because of love.Then and NowJayne FarrellIn 40 years of early-morning seminary some things have changed—but not the Spirit.The Mango MiracleJana SeiterOur investigators may have let us down, but the Lord sure didn’t.Q&A: Questions and AnswersHow can some people be members of the Church all their lives and still not know it is true?Mormonad: The First Sign of RepentanceEngland in BloomAnne BradshawDance, politics, music, missionary work—talents bloom among English youth.Getting It RightPaula T. WeedWe discovered a real key to service—giving what is needed.Service of SortsJeanette Waite BennettHow you can help people all over the world, right in your own hometown.FYI: For Your InfoFiction: The Bull Rider and the Barrel ManAdrian Robert GostickOur “bull” was named Leonard. Our barrel was a garbage can. Then the game turned serious.MormonismsThe Night I Gave the Money AwayElizabeth MasonI learned lessons in Christlike living from an honest customer and a forgiving boss.Do You Mind?Lisa M. GroverIt was a scary moment in the air above an amusement park. Good thing I knew what to say.Easy AnswersDavid D. HarrisI knew the correct responses. The application was where I was lacking.FeedbackLetters to the editorsPoem: A Season’s WaitMiles TuasonPhoto of the MonthCover: Kathryn Broadribb is just one of many young British Latter-day Saints whose talents are flowering. See “England in Bloom,” p. 20. Cover photography: Anne Bradshaw (front), John Luke (back).