“Contents,” Ensign, Aug. 1995, 1EnsignAugust 1995Volume 25 Number 8ContentsFirst Presidency Message: The Prayer of FaithPresident Thomas S. MonsonService Where It CountsAnn Woodbury Moore“Good and Evil Spoken Of”Edwin O. HaroldsenPresident James E. Faust: “Pure Gold”Elder Neal A. MaxwellIntegrity of HeartElder Russell M. NelsonNursing Our FellowmenTodd F. CopeBook of Mormon SummerMark KillgoreSinging in the RainLillian ThatcherTonga: A Heritage of FaithEric B. ShumwayLearning to Live for Eternal LifeElder Carlos H. AmadoTutors for DiscipleshipRobert W. Telford, as told to Terry Lynne Telford JonesBrief Mission, Constant HarvestLois Decker BrownThe Visiting Teacher: “More Sorrow for Sin”A Special Kind of MotherAlane StarkoBlessed by the HymnsAngelina HarderPortraitsRandom SamplerFamily History You Can DoChuck NewhouseMormon JournalMy Last Letter to Dad Shirley E. Niemann“Turn These Men Loose!” Joel G. HancockI Prayed for Food Juana Campos MolinaThe Sugar Beet Farm F. W. “Bill” RoskelleySunbeam Love Sharon Montgomery MeyersI Have a QuestionHonoring dishonorable parents David S. RicksInformation included in Ancestral File™ Stephen K. KendallNews of the ChurchOn the cover: “Fishers of Men,” by Clark Kelley Price, oil on canvas, 24″ x 36″, 1974. Courtesy of Elder John H. Groberg.Inside front cover: Fishing along the [Utah] Jordan, by Lorus Pratt, oil on canvas, 15″ x 30″, 1916. Courtesy of the Springville Museum of Art. Lorus Pratt, the son of Orson Pratt, was one of five “art missionaries” who were sent to Europe in the early 1890s to study. The training they received honed their native talent and gave them the skill to paint the murals in the Salt Lake Temple. This 1916 painting is of a scene along the Jordan River west of Salt Lake City.Inside back cover: Los Angeles Temple, photo by David Ricketts, 1994. Its construction begun in 1951, the Los Angeles Temple was dedicated by President David O. McKay on 11–14 March 1956.