“Contents,” Ensign, Jan. 1980, 1EnsignJanuary 1980Volume 10 Number 1ContentsSpecial FeaturesFirst Presidency Message: Guidance of the Holy SpiritPresident Marion G. RomneyWestward the Saints: The Nineteenth-Century Mormon MigrationGlen M. LeonardFrom Denmark to Manti: One Man’s ExperienceRichard L. JensenMemories of the Way WestLavina Fielding AndersonThey Served: The Richards Legacy in the ChurchD. Michael QuinnEastern Ends of the Trail WestStanley B. KimballThe Way It Looks Today: Sites on the Trail WestJourney toward RighteousnessA. Lynn ScoresbyHow We Started Family Scripture Study (And Stopped Feeling Guilty)Brent D. CooperMaking Home a Holy PlaceDale C. and Marta C. MouritsenThree-Thousand Mile LadyE. Dale LeBaronRegular FeaturesI Have a QuestionNancy CoxLindsay R. CurtisMirthrightRandom SamplerMormon JournalThe Message Was Clear: “Now Is the Time” Linda Reeder ThatcherShe Prayed Our Father Home Deanne P. SmithRandy Patricia H. RupperKeeping PaceThe Best Thing We’ve DoneInsightsNews of the ChurchOn the cover: Along the Mormon Trail in Wyoming, an “S” curve stretches into infinity, reaching across forbidding land towards the new Zion.Insert: Bridger Butte west of Fort Bridger, the Saints’ first landmark after they left the Oregon Trail. During the “Utah War” of 1856–57, Brigham Young kept scouts on top of this formation to monitor the Federal troops wintering near Fort Bridger. Photography by Eldon K. Linschoten.Inside front cover: Snowfall on Temple Square, 1891, by Gary Smith, 1979, 24″ x 30″, oil on panel. Courtesy Promised Land Publications, Provo, Utah.Inside back cover: C. C. A. Christensen’s Panorama #16 and #17.C. C. A. Christensen’s Panorama #16, The Nauvoo Temple.C. C. A. Christensen’s Panorama #17, The Burning of the Nauvoo Temple, 1848.