“Contents,” Ensign, June 2002, 1EnsignJune 2002Volume 32 Number 6ContentsFirst Presidency Message: A Little Child Shall Lead ThemPresident Thomas S. MonsonPutting Family FirstE. Jeffrey HillGospel Classics: Father, Consider Your WaysThe Quorum of the Twelve ApostlesLatter-day Prophets Speak: Righteous Fathers in the HomeEli and His SonsElder Paulo R. GrahlA King for IsraelPeggy Furniss LeeFinding Jesus Christ in the Old TestamentAndrew C. SkinnerLORD = JehovahKeith H. MeservyDo You Have a Song for Us?Randal ThatcherTo Acquire Knowledge and the Strength to Use It WiselyElder Richard G. ScottOn-Site: “No Place I Would Rather Be”Jason H. HaySingles in the Ward FamilyKathy GrantQuestions and Answers: Helping family members who are not interested in the Church come closer to GodSharing the Gospel with SensitivityElder R. Lloyd SmithA Priceless Pearl: Alma O. Taylor’s Mission to JapanReid L. NeilsonArizona Dirt, Pennsylvania SoilBarbara Murphy LikovichJoseph Smith: Prophet of the RestorationElder Tad R. CallisterVisiting Teaching Message: Strengthening Our Marriages, Families, and HomesLatter-day Saint VoicesHonoring My FatherSondra AnnisThe Faith of a ChildWilliam M. WachMy Search by PostcardBobi MorganTatting for the TempleCandace Bailey MunoaRandom SamplerSaints in Louisville, KentuckyNews of the ChurchMaking the Most of This IssueInside front cover: After the Martyrdom, by Gary Smith. This poetic representation of the Martyrdom captures the heavy sadness felt after the death of the Prophet Joseph Smith and his brother Hyrum in 1844. Somber colors veil the scene. A tomblike Carthage Jail, its height exaggerated, looms over the Saints standing with heads bowed low. “Joseph Smith … lived great, and he died great in the eyes of God and his people; and … sealed his mission and his works with his own blood; and so has his brother Hyrum” (D&C 135:3).Inside back cover: Old Testament Prophets, by Scott McGregor Snow. Anciently, as today, a prophet’s primary responsibility was to bear witness of Christ. This painting shows us what such a scene may have looked like during ancient times. A prophet is called by God and acts as His messenger. He teaches truth and makes known God’s will to mankind. He denounces sin and warns of its consequences (see Bible Dictionary, “Prophet,” 754).