“Contents,” Tambuli, Nov. 1992TambuliNovember 1992Volume 16, Number 11ContentsFeaturesFirst Presidency Message: Salvation—A Family AffairPresident Ezra Taft Benson“She’s Lovely, But …”Dorothy Levie NielsenNo Place for PrideC. Richard ChidesterThe Little Golden BeanFélix Alberto Martínez DecuirInosi’s BookShirleen Meek SaundersSculpture: Second International Art CompetitionGlen M. LeonardGeneva—Unity and DiversityPetrea KellyEspecially for YouthLearning the RopesMark JacobsQuestions and AnswersDepartmentsCommentVisiting Teaching Message: Savoring the Seasons of LifeTambulilitHeber J. GrantKellene RicksFriend to FriendJanet Peterson and Elder Helvécio MartinsFun PageSharing Time: Reverence for Heavenly Father’s CreationsVirginia PearceDouble LessonShirley G. FinlinsonMaking Friends: Raúl Aquino Gonzales of Piquete Cué, ParaguayMarvin K. GardnerOn the cover: As the top college rodeo rider in the United States, Zane Davis was under pressure to become a professional rider. Instead, he became a missionary in Brazil. And, he says, he “wouldn’t trade this mission experience for anything.” See “Learning the Ropes,” page 10. Photography by Brian K. Kelly.Back cover: “I thought riding three times a day in rodeos all summer long was tough, but it wasn’t as tough as serving a mission,” says champion rodeo rider Zane Davis. See “Learning the Ropes,” page 10.Inside back cover: Lehi and His Family Arrive in the New World, by Clark Kelley Price, courtesy of Gloria Harris.