Honor true manhood [“ The mothering qualities of true fatherhood ,” Kevin Graunke, June 12, 2017, Sentinel ] Thank you for this wonderful article. I think it presents some of the most needed ideas of this time.
Appreciation for poem and past photographs [“ God’s photograph of you ,” Steve Ryf, June 12, 2017, Sentinel ] I loved this fresh and charming poem by Steve Ryf. I have often thought about sending appreciation for his photos in the Sentinel.
Thank you [“ My angel ,” Jill Ferrie, May 29, 2017, Sentinel ] What a dear poem! My thanks to Jill Ferrie for it. And it meant even more when I looked up the reference to angels in Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures that was noted (see Mary Baker Eddy, p.
What I needed [“ Strengthening the affections needed for healing ,” Curtis Wahlberg, June 5, 2017, Sentinel ] Thanks to the author for his oh-so-uplifting article. It was exactly the reminder I needed tonight! Jo Scoville via JSH-Online.
Powerful article [“ Spiritual innocence brings freedom ,” H. M.
Speaks to me [TeenConnect, “ Turn off the noise ,” Mark Catlin, April 11, 2017, JSH-Online. com] I am a new student of Christian Science, and the use of an analogy to illustrate a point always speaks to me.
Well written [“ Education, graduations, and lifetime milestones ,” Barbara Vining, May 15, 2017, Sentinel ] This is a well-written article for everyone/anyone reaching the time in life known as retirement, because we can find ourselves judged by what we have or have not done in our lives. Thomas Bellus via JSH-Online.
Notice Do you remember a turning point? We would love to hear about the experiences that have made you grow in your understanding and practice of Christian Science—experiences in which the truth became clearer and the pathway ahead felt more certain. Share with other Sentinel readers the inspiration that brought spiritual growth in your life in the column “Turning points in spiritual growth.
Importance of seeing man correctly [“ Blacks … Whites … Overcoming prejudice ,” Daniel Mfumu Mawonzi, April 17, 2017, Sentinel ] As I was praying about politics before the first round of elections in France and working to address the political unrest that seems to be a dominant issue around the world, I came across Daniel Mfumu Mawonzi’s beautiful article. Thank you so much to Daniel for reminding us of the importance of seeing man—ourselves and our neighbor—correctly.
Praying for world issues The news announced that Vice President Pence had visited the demilitarized zone in Korea and said that “all options are on the table” to decide how to remove nuclear threats posed by North Korea. My eyes landed on the words in Suzanne Riedel’s May 1, 2017, article, “ Turning ‘what if’ thinking around ,” “… if God is infinite Mind and omnipotent good, there could be no place for hidden evil to exist.