“Contents,” New Era, Apr. 1998 New Era April 1998 Volume 28, Number 4 Contents The Message: Washed CleanPresident Boyd K. PackerThe Atonement can bless your life day by day when you begin to understand it. In Tune: One by One Steven K. Jones and Sam Cardon Everyday Heroes: Where in History Is Josh Taylor?Don SparhawkThis young sleuth uses his expertise to bring whole generations together. Q&A: Questions and AnswersI do everything I’m supposed to do, but it seems like the less-active kids get all the attention. How do I get over the resentment I feel? Mormonad: Follow the Leader Standing OutLaury LivseyLDS youth in Paterson, New Jersey, give their town and each other a real boost. WarningPeter HubbardI learned my lesson about speaking up after my boss fell off the roof. The TurnaroundJanna NielsenBrian was headed for serious trouble. Now he’s on a mission. What happened? The Bulletin Board The Temple-Going TypeTamara Leatham BaileyAt age 11, I made a decision that shaped my whole life. You can do it, too. Idea List: Make General Conference More MeaningfulLisa M. GroverWant to get more from general conference? Here’s how. Fiction: Please Sing Again, PapaCharles DavisWhen Mama died, something died in Papa, too. Would he listen to the elders before it was too late? Mormonisms Divine DirectionElder L. Aldin PorterHere’s a powerful testimony of living prophets—and instructions for gaining your own witness. FeedbackLetters to the editors Poem: Love the EarthKristine Anne Keele Photo of the MonthErin Holmberg Cover: Michayne Campbell, of Paterson, New Jersey, like other youth in her branch, has found the gospel gives her reason to smile. See “Standing Out,” p. 20. Cover photography: Laury Livsey (front), Welden Andersen (back).