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Two great reasons! In the June 4, 2018, Sentinel, Cheryl Ranson addresses the question “ Why should a person diagnosed as having an incurable disease read a Christian Science magazine? ” And in the July 2 Sentinel, Roger Gordon answers the question “ Why should anyone be interested in reading about metaphysical healing? ”  My grandmother often told me about how Christian Science was introduced to our family. Her mom suffered from what, today, might be known as migraines.

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Compassionate, nonjudgmental comments [Dialogue with the World, “ The realism that heals ,” Sentinel, October 15, 2018] I was so glad to read these helpful, compassionate, nonjudgmental comments by two members of the team of Committees on Publication. A real conversation with their fellow man! Joy Hinman via JSH-Online.

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Notice Share how you found Christian Science Do you have a story to tell about finding Christian Science? Our “How I Found Christian Science” column is an opportunity for our readers to share what led them to Christian Science. For submission information, visit jsh.

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Special insights Thank you so much to Robin Hoagland for an outstandingly inspiring editorial (“ The key of spiritual understanding ,” Sentinel, September 17, 2018) on our “key” to understanding the pastor of our Church, the Bible and the Christian Science textbook, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy. There were so many special insights in this editorial that helped me see and know the healing that comes when we unlock our understanding of Christian Science with this wonderful key.

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All worthy [Aaron Dyer, “ Healed of chronic headaches, sleep apnea, and panic attacks ,” Sentinel, September 17, 2018] What a beautiful testimony! So honest and extremely helpful—knowing we are all worthy. And I love where the author writes, “I had thought I was out of reach of divine Soul, God, but I now know that Soul is the source of my true identity.

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Opened my thought [Name Withheld, “ Are you struggling or striving? ” Sentinel, September 10, 2018] This article opened my thought to praying about relationship problems in a new and refreshing way. I love the author’s explanations of Jacob’s experience before his meeting with his brother.

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Notice Do you remember a turning point? Encourage and inspire your fellow Sentinel readers by sharing 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 your key spiritual milestones in the column “Turning points in spiritual growth.

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Correction In the September 24, 2018, issue of the Sentinel, the last page of the Bible Lens was incorrectly printed. A page duplicated from the testimony section appears where the reprinted article, “Citizenship in God’s kingdom” by Leslie Cavill Haslam from the July 2012 issue of The Christian Science Journal, should be.

From the readers

Notice Share how you found Christian Science Do you have a story to tell about finding Christian Science? Our “How I Found Christian Science” column is an opportunity for our readers to share what led them to Christian Science. For submission information, visit jsh.

From the readers

Expressing joy [Barbara Vining, “ The fulfillment of Jesus’ joy—a joy that never wanes ,” Sentinel, August 6, 2018] What a wonderful way to frame the importance and reward of living the joy that Jesus brought to us. We have countless reasons for continually expressing that joy.