“Contents,” New Era, Aug. 2003 New Era August 2003 Volume 33, Number 8 Contents The Message: Recognizing Answers to PrayerElder Richard G. ScottJust talk to your Father. He hears every prayer and answers in His way. Web of FriendshipElder Richard H. WinkelReaching out in friendship helps us all grow taller, straighter, and stronger. A Day on the BattlefieldBuckley CondieTeens in the Wilmington Delaware Stake learned how a long-ago war prepared us for the restored gospel. Q&A: Questions and AnswersWhy doesn’t the Church make a list telling me exactly what I can and can’t do? New Era Poster: Clean Up Your Act It’s Just HairJuli HousholderLosing my hair was my biggest trial. Talk All You WantDon Carlos VidalJust talking led to believing. Branching OutShanna GhaznaviIn the Dauphin Manitoba Branch, being spread out doesn’t mean these teens aren’t close. Open the CircleJan PinboroughPull in those who need a friend. Of All Things Soaking Up SeminaryKatie BlissEvery day for four years? How much was there for me to learn? The Extra Smile Gospel Classics: The 10-Cent SolutionElder Sterling W. SillHonesty, even in small things like the price of a soda, builds character. Home Sick for CampLara EllertsonI turned to my father for a blessing when I was too sick to go to camp. From the Field: Keep on PedalingScott CreerWe felt we should pedal even faster. It put us in the right place at the right time. What’s in It for You We’ve Got Mail Poem: PerfectionHeather Ohern Hemsley Photo of the MonthEmily Lim Cover: Even though miles separate Tyson Ulrich from his friends, he feels united with the youth of the branch in Dauphin, Manitoba. See “Branching Out” on p. 26. Cover photography: Shanna Ghaznavi (front) and Kelly Larsen (back).