Are you sure?
This bookmark will be removed from all folders and any saved notes will be permanently removed.
Among the Churches
Knoxville, Tenn. (First Church).—Its attractive new edifice at Laurel Avenue and Ninth Street completed, members of the Knoxville Church of Christ, Scientist, are now holding their services in its auditorium. The church building is an attractive structure of red tapestry brick, with white stone and concrete trimmings. Its physical features include an auditorium with a seating capacity of approximately three hundred, and special rooms which will be used for Sunday school purposes. The interior is finished in gray wood with gray-toned walls. A direct lighting system, in which natural light will play a prominent part is also incorporated in the building. The Christian Science church was organized in Knoxville in 1900, and it has had a steady growth ever since. It has maintained also a reading room and library, where all Christian Science literature has been presented.—Knoxville Sentinel.
Milwaukee, Wis.—Third Church of Christ, Scientist, will erect a new edifice at Sherman Boulevard and Locust Street, estimated to cost one hundred and sixty thousand dollars. The church proper will have a seating capacity of twelve hundred, and the Sunday school room will seat three hundred. The building will be fireproof, and built of brick.—Milwaukee Journal.
"Remember Lot's wife"
W. K. PRIMROSE
Giving God the Glory
EDITH M. SHANK
GEORGE L. HODGSON
Right Thinking in Business
JOSEPH M. PRICKETT
"Sound in sentiment"
JANE P. ELLIS
A recent issue of your paper contained a report of an...
William C. Brookes, Committee on Publication for the County of Midlothian,
Christian Scientists concede to physicians the right to...
W. Truman Green, Committee on Publication for the State of Florida,
Evil, from the Christian Science point of view, is the...
Brigman C. Odom, Committee on Publication for the State of Texas,
In this day of enlightenment and progress the allusion to...
Pearl E. Reames, Committee on Publication for the State of Arkansas,
Will the Advertiser, so fair on all questions, allow me a...
Eugene J. Harris, Committee on Publication for the State of Alabama,
Although some statements adverse to Christian Science...
Excerpt from an article entitled "Problems of Life," Written by a clergyman,
CAROLINE MOORE SULLIVAN
Editor with contributions from The Christian Science Board of Directors, E. Cecile Biesenthal, Tenth Church of Christ, Scientist
Albert F. Gilmore
"Diligence, promptness, and perseverance"
Ella W. Hoag
The "still small voice"
with contributions from Cornelia Moore, Thomas B. Garst, Elizabeth A. Ross, George E. Tolman, Gertrude B. Mansell
In the year 1898, when I decided to take class instruction...
Charles B. Weeks
Gratitude for blessings received through Christian Science...
Clara E. Reed Webster
The year previous to coming into Christian Science I was...
Adeline T. Davis
Christian Science came into my life when I was a frail...
Sallie Poole Lange with contributions from Henry Lange, Cleon Lange
I should like to express my gratitude for the many blessings...
Cora E. Lovelace
When I was about two years old, one of my eyes showed...
I am sending my testimony in the hope that it will benefit...
Nannie A. Fletcher
In January, 1910, I contracted what is known to the...
Hugh R. Pecker
During many years' experience I have had irrefutable...
Lilian Aldrich Thayer
My advent into Christian Science dates from attending...
Eleanor K. Eager
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Harlan P. Beach, W. S. Clark, Carleton E. Preston