“Contents,” Ensign, Dec. 2004, 1EnsignDecember 2004Volume 34, Number 12ContentsFirst Presidency Message: The Power of PeacePresident James E. FaustHe LivesThe Living Christ: The Testimony of the Apostles, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day SaintsBook of Mormon Principles: How Could I Testify?Elder Hans H. MattssonBook of Mormon Principles: Come unto ChristElder Robert R. SteuerThe Faith I Tried to AvoidRobert MarshI Knew JosephLet Us Ask of GodS. Michael WilcoxMaking Weak Things Become StrongAnne C. Pingree“Was I Always This Happy?”Aimee H. HansenStrong Hands and Loving HeartsVisiting Teaching Message: Feeling the Love of the Lord through ServiceQuestions and Answers: How can elderly parents and their adult children adjust to living with each other?Family Home Evening for TwoJanene Wolsey BaadsgaardStrengthening the Family: The Family Is Central to the Creator’s PlanA Christmas Cross-StitchDavid ToyChristmas Came AnywayLorraine F. DayMy Daughter’s ChoiceName WithheldLatter-day Saint VoicesRandom SamplerNews of the ChurchAnnual IndexMaking the Most of This IssueCover: Pondering Mary, by Jeffrey Hein, courtesy Williams Fine Art, Salt Lake City, may not be copiedInside front cover: Mary, by James C. Christensen. May not be copied.Inside back cover: Holiday Glow, by Rebecca W. Hartvigsen. From the snow-covered trees surrounding the Salt Lake Temple to the Christmas tree in the window of the Hotel Utah on the corner of South Temple and Main Streets, this winter holiday scene captures the seasonal feel of Christmas in Salt Lake City in the early 1900s. May not be copied.