“Contents,” New Era, June 1996New EraJune 1996Volume 26, Number 6ContentsThe Message: The Miraculous Translation of the Book of MormonElder Robert K. DellenbachThe coming forth of this book is clearly the work of God.Scripture Lifeline: The High Way to HappinessMelody McGrathI was searching for happiness, and Ammon had a valuable clue.In Tune: I Heard the Prophet SpeakJan Pinborough, Mabel Jones Gabbott, Michael F. Moody, and James C. KasenOut of the DepthsDavid ClarkAfter being lost beneath the murky water, I understood Lehi’s vision much better.How I Know: Time to PrayChristopher ChetwyndThe Lord had my answer, but first I needed to say I was sorry.Q&A: Questions and AnswersIs there anything wrong with having a tattoo?Mormonad: A Sure BetChicago’s HopeRichard M. RomneyRicks College students reach out to help and teach inner-city kids.Pink PenguinsAllison EnsignHow silly shoelaces helped change the course of my life.The Try AthletesLisa M. GroverFrom baking bread to playing chess to running races, learning to try brings out the best in Glendale, Arizona, youth.FYI: For Your InfoFiction: Camp StarAnn Edwards CannonAt camp, she was everyone’s favorite stake leader except mine. She was my mother.MormonismsKeep It SimpleGlen L. RuddThe gospel is simple when it is based on prayer, faith, and repentance.FeedbackLetters to the editorsPoem: SilenceMarci AndresenPhoto of the MonthR. KemptonCover: Chicago youth spend three weeks at summer programs with LDS students serving as counselors. Both end up learning about the best of the other. See “Chicago’s Hope,” page 20. Cover photography: Richard M. Romney (front), Maren Mecham (back).