“Contents,” New Era, Nov. 1999New EraNovember 1999 Volume 29, Number 11ContentsThe Message: Do You Know How to Repent?Elder Jay E. JensenThe bishop’s question took me by surprise—and really made me think.Count on the ValuesDenise LindbergSeven YW values—seven days of the week.How I Know: I Have ItHilary WilsonA question while practicing Spanish brought an answer focused on Christ.Everyday Heroes: Good CheerJill B. AdairAmber Romney is deaf, but her positive attitude goes a long way toward helping her succeed in whatever she tries.Q&A: Questions and AnswersI know the Holy Ghost can guide me, but how can I tell the difference between my own thoughts and feelings and the inspiration of the Spirit?Mormonad: If Life Seems PointlessThe Choir BoysLisa M. G. CrockettThis teachers quorum in Sandy, Utah, is in sweet harmony.Using Brad LanguageBarbara Jean JonesA football player who swears? Not when the guy in pads is Brad Lau of Boise, Idaho.Too Popular?Anne BillingsWas she too popular or just shy? I didn’t find out until it was too late.Two of a KindLaury LivseyStorms of adversity come to all ages in all places. Two girls in Fiji cling to the gospel as a life preserver.What a BlessingVanessa MoodieStaying clean and beautiful means following the Lord’s protection plan.Idea List: Showing GratitudeDarrin LythgoeIt can start with a thank-you and work into a full-fledged appreciation day.The Bulletin Board: Worldwide ValuesFiction: Helping TysonMelanie MarksCall him? No way. But something kept urging her to make the call and be a listening ear.Staying CenteredAdrian Robert GostickOn the merry-go-round of life, staying centered on Christ keeps you safe.MormonismsLucky BreakChristy WilliamsShe found envy hurt only herself.FeedbackLetters to the editorsPoem: On Driving Me CrazyJennifer GreenPhoto of the MonthAnselm SpringCover: Giving service means learning to sing for one teachers quorum. See “The Choir Boys,” p. 20. Cover photography: Welden Andersen (front), Lana Leishman (back).