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AMONG THE CHURCHES
Melbourne, Australia. —A correspondent who has recently returned to Melbourne, Australia, after a visit in Boston, writes us as follows: "We stopped off at Honolulu for a month and visited the Christian Science church, and were able to help them quite a good deal with our testimonies and experience in the work. We also visited the Christian Scientists in Auckland, New Zealand. They were very much pleased to hear of our visit to Boston and the great growth of the cause. Our own church in Melbourne is growing very rapidly; the attendance is increasing and we can see the growth of spiritual understanding. The hall is almost full on Wednesday nights, and since our return the proposal has been made that we take definite steps toward acquiring a church building. It was adopted unanimously, and it was decided to devote the collection on the first Sunday of the month to that purpose. The first Sunday there was a splendid response and members have taken quite a live interest in the matter. We had one donation of twenty-five hundred dollars."
Hot Springs, Ark.—The Christian Scientists of this city, having outgrown their former quarters at 127 Central avenue, have leased through their board of directors the church building standing on the corner of Quapaw and Prospect avenue, formerly known as the First Baptist church, and expect to establish permanent headquarters there. The building has been leased for a period of three years, with the option of extending the lease at the end of that time. The owners are making every improvement necessary to the comfort and convenience of the congregation. The Christian Scientists say that since the establishment of the organization here, three years ago, the interest and numbers have grown rapidly, and this growth has necessitated the finding of more spacious quarters.
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"LET GOD BE TRUE."
REV. WILLIAM G. SCHOPPE.
OPPONENTS ALIAS COWORKERS
LUCY HAYS EASTMAN.
"GREATER WORKS THAN THESE."
HELEN ANDREWS NIXON
How tenderly the dewdrop finds a place...
In a sermon on Christian Science, recently reported in...
It has been popularly held for ages that there was an...
The tenor of our critic's remarks would indicate that in...
George Shaw Cook
The religious practise of Christian Science, healing its...
Jno. H. Wheeler
It is a platitude of many critics, who think they know...
Await the issue
"WHITE UNTO THE HARVEST."
OPINION VS. DEMONSTRATION
Annie M. Knott
John B. Willis
ADMISSION TO MEMBERSHIP IN THE MOTHER CHURCH
John V. Dittemore
with contributions from F. C. Putcamp, H. F. T. Fisher
It is with deep gratitude to God, the giver of all good,...
W. L. Bennington
Christian Science found me in 1910 in a miserable condition
Edna M. Kanther
Nearly five years ago I was engaged as organist by First...
John T. Curlett
I am grateful that Christian Science came into my life
Six years ago my mother passed away, leaving myself...
I am glad to have the privilege of showing my gratitude...
My aim and desire in writing my testimony is that it may...
The following demonstration is forwarded to the Sentinel,...
Millard Henry Sheldon
BEYOND THE MISTS
CHARLES C. SANDELIN.
FROM OUR EXCHANGES
with contributions from W. E. Orchard, Frank M. Thomas, Canon E. S. Hughes, W. H. Geistweit