June 2004

Volume 34, Number 6

Ensign, June 2004
[photos] Back cover: Photograph by John Luke, posed by model; front cover: Photograph by Jerry Garns, may not be copied

[illustration] Inside front cover: Going as a Lamb, by Liz Lemon Swindle. May not be copied. In June 1844 "when Joseph went to Carthage to deliver himself up ... two or three days previous to his assassination, he said: 'I am going like a lamb to the slaughter; but I am calm as a summer's morning; I have a conscience void of offense towards God, and towards all men' " (D&C 135:4). Here he bids farewell to his family.

[illustration] Inside back cover: Waters of Mormon, by Linda Curley Christensen


First Presidency Message: Inspirational Thoughts
President Gordon B. Hinckley

Teaching from the Heart
Elder Richard G. Scott and Elder Charles Didier

The Red Starfish
Troy L. Love

Book of Mormon Principles: He Knows Our Suffering
Elder Flávio A. Cooper

Book of Mormon Principles: A Change of Heart
Elder Gerald A. Mead

From Me to We
Randal Thatcher

Bringing Church Home
Judy Kay W. Frome

Our Son's Battle with Drugs
Name Withheld

Julia and Emily: Sisters in Zion
Debbie J. Christensen

Seeing beyond Single
Chris Brough

Teaching Our Children to Accept Differences
Gayle M. Clegg

Questions and Answers: How can I overcome feelings of inadequacy as a new member?

The Neighbors No One Wanted
Marilynn Barnes

Book of Mormon Principles: Obeying the Lord's Spirit
Elder Ross H. McEachran

Be Ye One
Elder H. Aldridge Gillespie

Visiting Teaching Message: Feeling the Love of the Lord through Exercising Charity

Building a Lesson from Teachings of Presidents of the Church
Jan Pinborough

Latter-day Saint Voices

Random Sampler

News of the Church

Making the Most of This Issue

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