“Contents,” New Era, Apr. 1997New EraApril 1997 Volume 27, Number 4ContentsThe Message: Clean Again!Elder Neil L. AndersenThere is great joy in repentance, in becoming free from sin.Glad I DidDarrin LythgoeVisiting Grandpa was difficult, but it was the right thing to do.In Tune: Faith in Every FootstepK. Newell DayleyEveryday Heroes: Randy to the RescueLaury LivseyWhen a widow in the ward broke her leg, this deacon took on the tough chores—and hasn’t stopped.SuspectAnita F. BottSomeone was stealing from our employer, and we had some pretty good suspicions.Q&A: Questions and AnswersMy friend told me something in secret. I only told one other person, but now everybody seems to know. What can I do to make things right?Mormonad: Here’s a Small Tip’Tis Sweet to SingLisa M. GroverThe words of our hymns teach beautiful truths about Jesus Christ.My Maid ServiceDorathy HubbardWhen Mom died, housework quickly overwhelmed me. Then the doorbell rang.My Grandfather the ProphetJanet ThomasPresident Hinckley’s grandchildren talk about their grandfather.FYI: For Your InfoAre You His Friend?Michael GriffithThe question from an anonymous boy in Argentina haunted me.Fiction: Moonlight and MosquitoesGordon LymanMy father—and my Father—seemed so distant until that one night at the lake.Ready to Die?Mauro ProperziA young Italian policeman faces a possible gun battle and, perhaps, death.Trails and TrialsRebecca Marie ParsonsThere are young people today who are pioneers, living lives of faith and perseverance.MormonismsFeedbackLetters to the editorsPoem: A Small Realization of the Immense PainJosh JacksonPhoto of the MonthRichard M. RomneyCover: Jessica Dudley, 17, like all of President Hinckley’s grandchildren, loves spending time with this warm and caring man. See “My Grandfather the Prophet,” page 28.Cover photography: Richard M. Romney (front), Greg Frei (back).