“Contents,” New Era, June 1999New EraJune 1999 Volume 29, Number 6ContentsThe Message: Measuring UpElder Rex D. PinegarGrowth isn’t always measured by a mark on the wall. The true measures of our success or growth come from within.The Fruits of My LaborsAaron J. TolsonHis grandfather gave him something more than money; he taught him how to work.Idea List: Summer Testimony Shape-upTamara Leatham BaileyNo seminary for the summer? Here are some ways to keep in tip-top spiritual shape.The Ultimate Road TripLaury LivseyNick Robinson had to choose: a prestigious high school basketball camp or youth conference.Q&A: Questions and AnswersDuring the school year I have seminary every day to help me keep my testimony strong. During the summer, what can I do on my own to stay spiritually fit?Mormonad: Refresh YourselfSummer Here, Summer ThereGet the most out of your summer—in service, in good works, and in spirituality.Setting Up CampLisa M. G. CrockettYoung Women from the Fort Apache Reservation branches get together for a great girls’ camp.Scripture Lifeline: Making Friends with MoroniJeanette Waite BennettThe more she read, the more real he became.MormonismsThe Bulletin BoardFiction: The Fun HouseGayle Lee OlsenHaving fun was all he wanted, until he discovered that serving his ward’s children brought real happiness.Long-Distance ServiceJulie DuVallPacking up supplies in Salt Lake City helped teens reach out to the people of Urubamba, Peru.FeedbackLetters to the editorsPoem: VisitorMarin Forbis BarneyPhoto of the MonthDarin RobertsCover: Summer is a great time to relax, but don’t dream away the days. Spend some time in activities that are good for you and good for others. See “Summer Here, Summer There,” p. 20. Cover photography: Steve Bunderson (front), Jed Clark (back).