“Contents,” New Era, July 1994New EraJuly 1994Volume 24, Number 7ContentsThe Message: Priceless IntegrityElder Joseph B. WirthlinIt’s essential to the life of a true Latter-day Saint.In Memoriam: A Man for All the WorldPresident Ezra Taft Benson will be remembered and loved as a man who gave himself completely in service to his country, to his church, and to people everywhere.Chairing TimeJanet GramboThese Scouts and friends work in harmony to help the Indianapolis Symphony.Q&A: Questions and AnswersMy parents were married in the temple, but now they’re divorced. Why should I even try for a temple marriage if that’s how it might end up?Mormonad: Do Your HomeworkQuest for HeavenLara Mayo BangerterAt a Georgia Young Women’s conference, LDS girls find new strength to uphold standards.What Is It?Laura GoughThe Washington Temple stood out, and so did I as my friends asked questions.World ClassLaury LivseyHow do you get to the ’96 Olympics? If you are Heath Edwards you swim.MormonismsFYI: For Your InfoThe SearchBishop Merrill J. BatemanLike the pioneer father seeking his son, we should search the scriptures with diligence.Fiction: In Her EyesSian Owen BesseyIn a small Welsh graveyard, a stranger tells Lisa the truth about her granny.Scripture Lifeline: Not Her!Shauna HunsakerI didn’t see how we could ever be friends. Then we ended up in the same tent at camp.Called to Testify: Opening the Church in EstoniaBarbara LewisJaanus Silla’s testimony reached some of the highest levels in government.FeedbackLetters to the editorsPoem: MoonriseCarrie Anne RhodesPhoto of the MonthLane V. EricksonCover: The Indianapolis Symphony needs its first-chair violinist, but it also depends on seven-chair helper Brian Herr and his friends. See “Chairing Time,” p. 12. Cover photography: Janet Grambo (front), John Luke (back).