“Contents,” New Era, Sept. 1995New EraSeptember 1995Volume 25, Number 9ContentsThe Message: Put Your Faith to WorkElder Stephen D. NadauldTurn your faith in Christ into action and reap the blessings.Bee PreparedPhil ReschkePutting on the whole armor had a whole new meaning after this experience.In Tune: Plant a Seed in Your HeartSteven Kapp PerryJust JoeAdrian Robert GostickJoe Frazier of Oakley, Utah, literally owes his life to the generosity of friends.Q&A: Questions and AnswersI’ve been taught that if we see someone who is alone, we should invite them into our group. But I am too shy. What do I say?Mormonad: Be a Positive InfluenceLight Out of DarknessMarvin K. GardnerIn Hungary, the gospel is opening up young lives to a bright new world.Blind SightLaurie W. ThorntonEven before blindness struck, she learned not to judge by appearence.Fiction: Same NameAnya BatemanAt first it bugged me. Then I realized we needed even one more name in common.FYI: For Your InfoFocus On: Integrity—Finding FriendsLisa M. GroverFor Justine, it was friends versus standards. Here’s how she handled it.Hooked!Janet ThomasSmokeless tobacco—some things you should know about this deadly product.MormonismsCall for Entries: SoaringAnnouncing the 1996 New Era contest.Remember This PlaceCrystal ThomasI learned a heart-warming lesson in a cold, dark cave.FeedbackLetters to the editorsPoem: BrothersStephen A. NowlonPhoto of the MonthRichard M. RomneyCover: Bozó Lazió is one of a growing number of Hungarian youth attracted to the gospel message. See “Light Out of Darkness,” page 20. Cover photography: Brian K. Kelly (front), Maren Mecham (back).