In this issue, Ronald Bartholomew explains how the wording of Doctrine and Covenants 130:22 developed. Then, J. Michael Pinegar tells how financial markets work, using certification and signaling. Scott Esplin explores Joseph F. Smith's role in reshaping the organization of Church education. Bill Hartley zeroes in on 1852 as the busiest year on the Mormon Trail. John Bennion shows how he teaches students to write about sacred, using expressive writing. Fred Woods presents his research of letters of missionaries of the London Missionary Society to shed light on the experience of Mormon missionaries in the South Pacific in the years 1844 to 1852. Elwin Robison and Randall Dixon present a chapter on the design and construction of the Salt Lake Tabernacle, from their forthcoming book. Finally, this issue presents nine reviews and notes of new books important to Mormonism.