Contents
    Footnotes

    “Contents,” Ensign, May 2001, 2–3

    Ensign

    May 2001

    Volume 31 Number 5

    Conference Cassettes and CDs Available

    Cassette tape and compact disc recordings of conference sessions are available at all English-language distribution centers, generally within two months following conference. Recordings for individuals who are deaf (videocassettes with a signing inset) and for those with visual impairment (slow-speed audiocassette tapes) are available from Special Curriculum, 50 East North Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Utah 84150-3200, United States of America.

    Conference Talks on Internet

    To access general conference talks on the Internet, visit www.lds.org.

    Visiting Teaching

    There are no designated visiting teaching messages printed in the May and November general conference issues of the Ensign. After prayerfully considering the needs of the sisters they visit, visiting teachers are to choose as the message for those months a general conference address that would meet the needs of the sisters.

    General Conference Music

    Saturday Morning, 31 March 2001, General Session
    Music by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, directed by Craig Jessop and Barlow Bradford, with organist Clay Christiansen: “Come, Ye Children of the Lord” (Hymns, no. 58); “For the Beauty of the Earth” (Hymns, no. 92); “We Are Sowing” (arr. Wilberg, unpublished; Hymns, no. 216); “Come, Come, Ye Saints” (Hymns, no. 30); “Come unto Jesus” (Hymns, no. 117); “I Know That My Redeemer Lives” (arr. Bradford, unpublished; Hymns, no. 136).

    Saturday Afternoon, 31 March 2001, General Session
    Music by a combined choir from Ricks College, directed by Eda Ashby and Randy Kempton, with organist Bonnie Goodliffe: “Come, Rejoice” (Hymns, no. 9); “Let Zion in Her Beauty Rise” (Hymns, no. 41); “We Thank Thee, O God, for a Prophet” (Hymns, no. 19); “Come, Follow Me” (Hymns, no. 116); “Jesus, the Very Thought of Thee” (arr. Staheli, published by Jackman Music Corp.; Hymns, no. 141).

    Saturday Evening, 31 March 2001, Priesthood Session
    Music by a Melchizedek Priesthood choir from stakes in Salt Lake City, directed by Paul Broomhead, with organist John Longhurst: “Come, O Thou King of Kings” (arr. Ipson, unpublished; Hymns, no. 59); “I Need Thee Every Hour” (Hymns, no. 334); “Praise to the Man” (Hymns, no. 27); “As the Dew from Heaven Distilling” (arr. Dalton, published by Plum Publishing, Inc.; Hymns, no. 149).

    Sunday Morning, 1 April 2001, General Session
    Music by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, directed by Craig Jessop, with organist Richard Elliott: “Praise the Lord with Heart and Voice” (Hymns, no. 73); “Oh, May My Soul Commune with Thee” (© Wheelwright; Hymns, no. 123); “Joseph Smith’s First Prayer” (Hymns, no. 26); “Redeemer of Israel” (Hymns, no. 6); “O My Father” (arr. Gates, published by Jackman Music Corp.; Hymns, no. 292); “High on the Mountain Top,” (arr. Wilberg, unpublished; Hymns, no. 5).

    Sunday Afternoon, 1 April 2001, General Session
    Music by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, directed by Craig Jessop and Mack Wilberg, with organist Linda Margetts: “Arise, O God, and Shine” (arr. Wilberg, unpublished; Hymns, no. 265); “The Lord Is My Shepherd” (arr. Wilberg, unpublished; Hymns, no. 108); “Guide Us, O Thou Great Jehovah” (Hymns, no. 83); “Abide with Me; ’Tis Eventide” (Hymns, no. 165).

    On the covers: Front: Photo by John Luke. Back: Photo by Craig Dimond.

    Inside front: Susquehanna River, by Linda Curley Christensen, oil on canvas, 24″ x 48″, 1999. The wilderness along the Susquehanna River in rural Pennsylvania and New York was the scene of some of the most significant events of the Restoration. These included the appearances of John the Baptist to restore the Aaronic Priesthood, and of Peter, James, and John to restore the Melchizedek Priesthood, “declaring themselves as possessing the keys of the kingdom, and of the dispensation of the fulness of times!” (D&C 128:20).

    Inside back: State Street Panorama, by Al Rounds, watercolor, 32″ x 48″, 1994. The scene from old Salt Lake City depicted in this wide view is, in effect, a panorama of history. On the right, the intersection of South Temple and State Streets is seen as it looked in the late 1850s, with the first Eagle Gate arching over State Street. The Beehive House on the corner, originally built by President Brigham Young in the 1850s, is seen as it appeared in the 1890s with the neighboring Lion House. The Salt Lake Temple, one block west, was dedicated in 1893.

    Photos of conference were taken by Craig Dimond, Jed Clark, Welden Andersen, John Luke, Matt Reier, Derek Israelsen, Lana Leishman, Kelly Larsen, Tamra Ratieta, Joy Gough.