“Contents,” New Era, Nov. 1998 New Era November 1998 Volume 28, Number 11 Contents The Message: Home Teaching—A Divine ServicePresident Thomas S. MonsonBeing a good home teacher also means being a good friend. Stand as a WitnessShannon D. JensenWhen does standing as a witness also mean standing and leaving? A Site to BeholdShanna GhaznaviIn preparing the Albuquerque temple site, the youth in New Mexico gave groundbreaking service. Q&A: Questions and AnswersMy parents worry about me too much—where I’m going, who I’m with, when I’ll be back. I know how to take care of myself. How can I get my parents to lighten up? Mormonad: Fast Food Turning Their Hearts to the FamilyJanet ThomasYoung Women in Manhattan spend a year learning more about their families. Cry in the NightBen AltopThis cry for help could be answered only by depending on the Lord. SoaringRichard M. RomneyThe Young Women of Ukraine have accepted the gospel and are flying to spread the good word in their communities. Do a Lot MooreJeanette Waite BennettBlake Moore of Ogden, Utah, was named as a High School Heisman winner, yet he finds more satisfaction in service. Mormonisms The Bulletin Board Fiction: The Answer in Section 6Kimberley Griffiths LittleKate felt cheated. Her brother and best friend was going on a mission, and she didn’t even have a testimony. Or did she? A Revelation for YouElder Richard D. AllredWhat should you do with your life? Let the Lord tell you. Idea List: Go the Extra Mile Lisa M. G. Crockett FeedbackLetters to the editors Poem: The SilenceLaird Roberts Photo of the MonthEric Jackson Newell Cover: The gospel is starting to bloom in Ukraine through the efforts of the young people like Anzhelika Kovalova. See “Soaring,” p. 28. Cover photography: Richard M. Romney (front), Craig Dimond (back).