“Contents,” New Era, June 1991New EraJune 1991Volume 21, Number 6ContentsSpecial Issue: Loving Your FamilyThe Message: Fitting into Your FamilyElder Marion D. HanksWhatever your situation, you are part of a family, with great potential.In Tune: To Kneel in Family PrayerDan CarterMy Remarkable Brother EricRoch S. V. PlayerI learned to see past his handicaps and found a great friend.Mormonad: Safe at HomeQ&A: Questions and AnswersOur house doesn’t seem like a home at all. What can I do to bring us together?Scripture Lifeline: From One of the Best FamiliesKay HagoCould I have eternal family blessings without LDS parents?The Truth about ParentsLarry A. HillerAn honest look at the person hiding inside every parent.MormonismsPrickly PrayerColeen C. HeatonI resented Mom’s calling me back for prayer. But later I was grateful.A Family Is … Meet six families, all different, each doing some good things in its own way.Game: A Most Excellent Adventure in Family LandHere’s a chance to have fun together and maybe learn something new about each other.When All Is Not Well at HomeJan PinboroughThere is hope. Peace is possible. Take it from someone who knows.Fiction: Rosa and SonDon SmurthwaiteGrow up to be like Dad? Sounds like a good idea.Two-part HarmonyRebecca CluffMy older sister’s kindness made us true friends.FYI: For Your InformationMore Smiles per Gallon: Ten Ways to Make Family Vacations More FunAdrian GostickTraveling together can bring you closer instead of driving you apart.Everyday Heroes: We’re All BuildersLillian WoodlandChris literally put a roof over his family’s head.Poem: Customer of the DayLouise HurdCover photography: Welden Andersen (front), John Luke (back).