“Contents,” New Era, Nov. 1992New EraNovember 1992Volume 22, Number 11ContentsIntroduction: Welcome to the British Isles!The Message: New Frontiers for New PioneersElder Jeffrey R. HollandLDS youth in the British Isles continue a noble tradition as they blaze new trails.All I Said Was … Trevor CryerJust mentioning his membership made him a missionary.In Tune: Be It unto MeCarys Anne IrwinHow I Know: At the Last MomentBethan DavisHer struggle paid off when she stood at the pulpit.Scripture Lifeline: Cliff HangerDaniel JohnsonBecause he lived the Word of Wisdom, his friends were spared.Q&A: Questions and AnswersI know I should serve a mission, but what about school and employment? Can’t I serve the Lord better if I have a good job and a secure future?Mormonad: Eat your words.Kingdom by the SeaAdrian GostickHere’s your chance to meet dozens of great British LDS youth.The Long, Worthwhile WaitNikkie McCarthyWhat do you do when your parents say no to your baptism?Between Seasons: Growing at the MTCRichard M. RomneyThe England MTC trains eager missionaries from all over Europe.A Good ExcuseSian BesseyIn a pub, she discovered the commandments are a blessing, not a barrier.MormonismsFYI: For Your InfoFiction: Other FishAnne C. BradshawHe wanted her for now, but not for eternity. Trouble was, she loved him.FeedbackLetters to the EditorsPhoto of the MonthRichard M. RomneyPoem: OptimismLinda J. BradshawCover: Typical of the sports-loving youth in the British Isles is Dominic Crew, 14, of the Yeovil Branch, Bristol Stake. Dominic and others face interesting challenges and opportunities in this kingdom by the sea. Get to know them in this special issue. Cover photography: Richard M. Romney (front), John Luke (back).