“Contents,” New Era, Jan. 2001 New Era January 2001 Volume 31, Number 1 Contents The Message: A Prophet’s Counsel and Prayer for YouthPresident Gordon B. HinckleyA latter-day prophet gives guidance to LDS teens. Q&A: Questions and AnswersI have a lot of friends who are not members of the Church. How can I do what is right and still be accepted by my friends? New Era Poster: Shelter from the Storm All for OneJanet ThomasPriests in the Anchorage Alaska Sixth Ward know how to help each other stay on the right track. The Art of JugglingChris CroweKeeping all the good things in your life in balance takes timing and figuring out priorities. Idea List: Meaningful PrayerSomeone to talk to, someone to ask for guidance, someone to give comfort—go to the Lord in prayer. Aarika’s CourageLaury LivseyFor one California girl, sharing the gospel takes the courage to include her friends in Church activities. Junior CompanionJohn L. HaueterDoing your duty is something even a 14-year-old can do as a good example. The Extra Smile Of All Things Fiction: No More -ItesPamela J. ReidIs racial harmony even possible? One young man finds the answer. A Promise KeptJana Bouck RemyHow can a young girl’s promised blessing to be healed be fulfilled when she loses her leg to cancer? Reader’s Guide We’ve Got Mail Poem: Motherhood through 14-Year-Old EyesAnnette Woodruff Reil Photo of the MonthBrittney Meyers Cover: President Hinckley reaffirms the standards that bring peace and happiness. See the Message on page 4. Front cover photography: Jed Clark.