“Contents,” New Era, June 1997New EraJune 1997 Volume 27, Number 6ContentsThe Message: Climb HighPresident James E. FaustHonesty is a moral compass to guide us in our lives.A Batch of LoveWendi MontagueSister Cobabe didn’t need the cookies as much as the feeling of love that went with them.Cool-AidMarc Porter and Brad WilcoxService to others is as refreshing as a cold drink on a hot day.My Own Emergency TeamT. Sean WightBadly injured, far from home, he received comfort from local Church members.Q&A: Questions and AnswersI know we shouldn’t read bad books or magazines, but what about bad words in songs? I really like the music, so how do I stop listening to it?Mormonad: Family TiesTrail of FaithLisa M. GroverYoung Latter-day Saints in the Mexican colonies find strength in their heritage.BreakthroughAnn Michelle NielsenMom and daughter were at odds until Mom hit the ceiling—from the attic side.Friendly LightDon O. and Catherine ThorpeThe beam of a flashlight on the Book of Mormon turned into a guiding light.FYI: For Your InfoFiction: It’s Not Just AlexJack WeylandJamie’s brother was threatening to tear the family apart. How could she save it, and herself?MormonismsThe Power of OneElder Wm. Rolfe KerrEach individual has great potential; each is worth reaching out to.How I Know: What I Was Searching ForMichelle GlenetskeI had read the Book of Mormon. Now the witness I needed came from an unexpected place.FeedbackLetters to the editorsPoem: Calico TrailHeather GreenPhoto of the MonthEric SwensonCover: Max Spilsbury, of Colonia Juarez, Mexico, finds his hometown as much a refuge as his ancestors did in the late 1880s. See “Trail of Faith,” p. 20.Cover photography: Janet Thomas (front), Greg Frei (back).