“Contents,” New Era, Feb. 1995New EraFebruary 1995Volume 25, Number 2ContentsThe Message: An Eternal VisionElder Carlos H. AmadoHow you can learn to see the divine within you and the bright future ahead.Mormonad: When You Can’t Stand It, KneelOne on OneTracy BarrandHere’s a program that really helps improve family relationships.In Tune: Father, We Worship TheeJoel H. Johnson and Margo FaraoniEveryday Heroes: Temple TendersLaury LivseyYouth in Taiwan are making it easier for parents to attend the temple.Liver and SpinachAngie M. SullivanDiscover that the scriptures are delicious—not just “good for you.”Q&A: Questions and AnswersI hear swearing every day. I find myself thinking these swear words even though I don’t say them. How can I stop from swearing in my mind?MormonismsNever AloneSandy HowlettThese teens in the Alaska bush may be isolated, but they have what really matters.Man in the StandsElder Rex D. PinegarWrestling with life? Look to Heavenly Father. He’s working to help you.Preston PioneersAnne BradshawIn this old English town, great things happened—and are still happening.FYI: For Your InfoFocus On: Missionary Work—Hold On Tight!Lisa M. GroverThree basketball players triple-team their coach right into the Church.Fiction: Taking LicenseEugene WoodburyThe morning after the night before, being “interesting” suddenly doesn’t look so interesting.In His ImagePam TaylorA case of mistaken identity? Maybe, but it sure turned out well.Lightening the LoadMelanie ParkerOne stuck truck leads to another—and the chance to do a real good turn.FeedbackLetters to the editorsPoem: The SeedNancy Ruth ChristensenPhoto of the MonthAaron Earle VinckCover: Kimber Gabryszak, 14, of Yentna River Station, is just one of many Alaska bush teens who thrive despite isolation. See “Never Alone,” p. 20. Cover photography: Lynn Howlett (front), Maren Younce (back).