“Contents,” New Era, Nov. 1994New EraNovember 1994Volume 24, Number 11ContentsThe Message: CTRElder L. Tom PerryThree letters represent three simple words with profound meaning.Dying on the DunesBarry HochI was lost and seriously ill when the Spirit guided help to me just in time.The 20-Day ChallengeWendy FisherWant to keep a journal successfully? Here’s what I did.Kick That Fear AwayRyan NielsenFrom football field to mission field, preparation is the way to beat fear.Q&A: Questions and AnswersMy nonmember dad plans family activities on Sunday. I want to go to church and keep the Sabbath day holy, but I love my family and want to be with them. What should I do?Mormonad: Joy RideCool RunningLara Mayo BangerterBeing LDS helps members of a top cross-country team run their lives even better.Scripture Lifeline: Wai NotTina HannanOn my own in Thailand, I found real help and guidance in the scriptures.Girl’s Best FriendLisa A. JohnsonIdaho’s Tawnya Cazier has learned how to handle tough sledding.FYI: For Your InfoYoung Women—Then and NowJanet Thomas and Lisa A. JohnsonLook what’s happened to the Young Women in 125 years.Fiction: Foreign ExchangeCharles DavisWhen Stevo arrived, he completely disrupted my life—thank goodness!In Tune: Make a Joyful NoiseAnna MorganFeedbackLetters to the editorsMormonismsCover: Tawnya Cazier’s friends have a lot of pull with her. Together, they’ve become quite a team. See “Girl’s Best Friend,” p. 28. Cover photography: Lisa A. Johnson (front), John Luke (back).