“Contents,” New Era, July 1996New EraJuly 1996 Volume 26, Number 7ContentsThe Message: Who Am I?Elder Monte J. BroughDiscovering your heritage can give you some great role models.How I Know: I’ll Be WaitingJennifer RosierGrandma’s final message helped me see my life’s goal clearly.A Hint from HeavenJeanette Waite BennettTime would heal my hands, but only the Savior can heal the wounded soul.Side by SideAdrian Robert GostickWe taught those tough construction workers a thing or two.Growth SpurtHannah DouglasThe seed I had planted was growing better than I thought.Q&A: Questions and AnswersSome almost seem to brag about their pioneer ancestors. I’m a convert. Does it really matter if you’re related to pioneers?Mormonad: Just Once Will HurtNoteworthy NorwegiansJanet ThomasThese young Scandinavian Saints are finding real harmony in their lives.Catch a Snapping TurtleRon WhippleFor the turtle, all it takes is the right bait. So, how vulnerable are you?Joseph’s JourneyLisa M. GroverThe kids in this Minnesota ward have put together a musical drama on the life of Joseph Smith.Over the MountainHartt WixomAfter walking away from the Scout troop, I got pretty hungry—until I learned to swallow my pride.FYI: For Your InfoWhat’s Cookin’?Marjorie Humphreys and Jeanette Waite BennettLife in the Cook Islands may be simple, but it sure isn’t boring.Fiction: Staying AfloatElder Dallas N. ArchibaldWhat does accepting a mission call have to do with a certain fisherman named Peter?MormonismsYour Good NameJanette C. Hales BeckhamHere’s great advice on how to feel good about yourself and who you are.FeedbackLetters to the editorsPoem: Nauvoo SunstonesJennie Lynn BrownPhoto of the MonthJordan LarsonCover: Spencer Bautista and other youth of the Plymouth First Ward in Minneapolis have strengthened their testimonies by performing their original musical drama on Joseph Smith and the Restoration. See “Joseph’s Journey,” p. 28. Cover photography: Galen Erickson (front), Maren Mecham (back).