“Contents,” New Era, Mar. 2002 New Era March 2002 Volume 32, Number 3 Contents The Message: Which Way Are You Facing?Elder Russell M. NelsonFacing upward provides a loftier perspective than facing right or facing left. In Tune: In That Holy PlaceSally DeFord The Beat of a Different DrumTimothy O’HaraBeing happy didn’t have anything to do with his music after all. Idea List: Tuning InIt’s time to listen to the words of our leaders. Here are some suggestions for making general conference even more interesting. Q&A: Questions and AnswersMy best friend is not a member of the Church, but recently she attended a few activities with me and really enjoyed herself. Lately I have been feeling that I should talk to her about the Church. How can I do this without jeopardizing our friendship or making her feel uncomfortable? New Era Poster: Pop to the Top Three Faces of FaithLaury LivseyThree young women in Denmark demonstrate how faith has helped them stand for truth and righteousness. Out of This WorldHolly K. SimmonsIn the crowded, noisy hall, just putting on headphones and hearing beautiful music speaking of Christ made my day. They’re Not Really HappyElder Glenn L. PaceHaving fun is great, but putting fun ahead of what is right leads to disaster. Scripture Lifeline: Thanks, CandaceCatherine LovelandHer words were hard to understand, but her child’s prayer was a powerful example to me. The Extra Smile Be GratefulCaroline H. BenzleyWhat happens when you follow the prophet’s advice to be grateful? These LDS teens know. Of All Things New Era Classic: “Will a Man Rob God?”President Spencer W. KimballSince the Lord gives us everything, we need to be willing to give some back to Him. Coming HomeJessica McAdamShe only knew one member of the Church, but that one person helped her find the way home. Reader’s Guide We’ve Got Mail Poem: I Eat the RainLauri Ferrin Smith Photo of the MonthLaird Roberts Cover: Two sisters, Christel and Annelise Nielsen, set good examples of faithful LDS teens in Denmark. See “Three Faces of Faith,” on p. 20. Cover photography: Laury Livsey (front), Jed Clark (back).