“Contents,” New Era, Mar. 1997New EraMarch 1997Volume 27, Number 3ContentsThe Message: The Temple: The Place for YouPresident Carlos E. AsayWhat better way to come to know your Heavenly Father than to spend time in his house?In Tune: Within These WallsWeston Cann and Orson F. WhitneyYou Can Always TellKimberly SabinSomething about me told these guys I was a Mormon.Scripture Lifeline: Hungry for MoreLaChere BodineMy friend’s example led me to study—and to love—the Book of Mormon.Unexpected BaptismBart L. AndersenI thought cerebral palsy would keep me out of the temple. My bishop knew better.Q&A: Questions and AnswersThere are times when I don’t feel worthy to take the sacrament, but I do it anyway because I’m afraid of what others may think. What should I do?Mormonad: Heaven’s GateAt Home in His HouseJanet ThomasHelping to get a new temple ready gave these LDS youth a wonderful new perspective.Fitting InJennifer ParryWhen teammates tried to lead her astray, she found support in her home team.Turning HeartsMarissa D. ThompsonBy getting to know their ancestors, these Coeur d‘Alene, Idaho, youth are getting to know themselves better, too.FYI: For Your InfoFiction: At the CrossroadsJack WeylandThis was a family reunion, but Kim nearly left her family—and their values—behind.MormonismsDangerous QuestionBrad WilcoxWhy not sin just a little? Here are some major reasons.FeedbackLetters to the editorsPoem: TemplesAnnette Woodruff ReilPhoto of the MonthJennifer SowbyCover photography: Welden Andersen (front), John Luke (back).