Among the Churches

The regular visits of the Sentinel furnish a perpetual means of education and enjoyment to the multitude of its readers far and near. The mutual interchange of thoughts, plans, and experiences constantly passing through its columns, reach us and meet our needs with blessings manifold. Surely the best expression of our gratitude for these helps may be embodied in similar testimonies. With this thought we offer the following account of the general work recently done by our association, and trust it may prove not only interesting but useful.

Our association is specially interested in the distribution of Christian Science literature, believing it to be a most effectual means through which Truth may generally and mightily speak to the people. We have a literature committee in special charge of this branch of our work, whose duty it is to seek opportunities for placing our literature, to offer it, and to get some assurance that it will be received and properly used. Of course in this the committee is assisted by the members generally. We never intrude the literature upon any one, nor do we give it until we are assured that it will be rightly received.

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