“Contents,” New Era, Sept. 1996 New Era September 1996 Volume 26, Number 9 Contents The Message: I BelievePresident Gordon B. HinckleyTen articles of belief that can change our lives for the better. Top PriorityDar Parke and Marissa ThompsonHis son’s death was made a little easier because of what was number one in his life. Everyday Heroes: Goal KeepersDon and Catherine ThorpeMaking a goal to keep the Sabbath day holy sets these Cypress, California, athletes apart. Pressure ReliefTeresa HunsakerLife was a pain, but the cure was as close as my scriptures. Q&A: Questions and AnswersA friend asked me why we don’t wear crosses or have crosses on our buildings. Why don’t we? Mormonad: Life Is an Open Book Test Warm at HeartJanet ThomasThe warmth of the gospel keeps Iceland’s young people focused on making wise decisions. Tuned InJulie DuVallThe woman’s singing didn’t seem like worship until I changed my attitude. Sister SistersMarvin K. GardnerThese Hungarian missionaries are thrilled to be teaching the gospel in their own country. Royal HomecomingJeanette Waite BennettI wanted to be crowned queen, but then I found something better. FYI: For Your Info Fiction: Anchor to the RockShaun B. RoundyIt took a misplaced handhold and a fall to understand the value of a safe anchor. Mormonisms Last WordsSherry Lynn EverettI never imagined those unkind words would be the last he would hear from me. Call for Entries: Creating New HorizonsAnnouncing the 1997 New Era contest Poem: Anticipation of AutumnRobert M. Thompson Photo of the MonthAnselm Spring Cover: Hanna Karitas Bardardottir from Iceland stands in the main park in Reykjavik. See “Warm at Heart,” p. 20. Cover photography: Janet Thomas (front), Welden Andersen (back).