By Example and Precept: Chaplain Milton Hess tells a story of two young LDS servicemen who learned to live their religion without being afraid of what other people would think of them.
A Convert on Saipan: Chaplain George Woolley tells of a young man who was baptized while in the service and who allowed the gospel of Jesus Christ to make him a better man and a better soldier through living a good life and giving the ultimate sacrifice.
The People of Europe are Starving For the Word of God: A letter from Chaplain Eguene Campbell commenting on the softening of people’s hearts toward The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints after the ravages of war had taken their own church leaders away from them.
Ezra Taft Benson Goes to Europe: Chaplain Howard Badger relates his experiences accompanying Ezra Taft Benson around post-WWII, war-torn Europe. Chaplain Badger talks of the miraculous ways Elder Benson was enabled to serve the people.