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DELLA M. WHITNEY
F. COLBURN PINKHAM
GRACE E. ADAMSON
Faith, Understanding, Works
Our Good Turn
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Factors of Progress
Clifford P. Smith
"Let the earth open"
Violet Ker Seymer
with contributions from Ralph F. McVay, A. Wilbur Baylis
Christian Science came to me at a time when I was in...
Mildred Parker Falk
I desire to give an expression of gratitude for the many...
Bertha Ella Hubner
In the spring of 1905, while I was under the care of a...
Eugenie Leonie Sisk
Words cannot express my gratitude for Christian Science
Helen Lawrence Cornell
As a girl I began to wonder why the church I belonged...
Kenau De Burgh-Whyte
For many years I was in bondage to the liquor habit,...
Horace C. Shank
As I think of all the joy which has come into my life...
Margaret Scott Finn
Love Leadeth Me
ELENORA E. PIKE
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Ralph Guy, Hoover, Correspondent, Philip Snowden, William Warren Sweet