John, known as the disciple "whom Jesus loved," has left us writings of such pure spirituality, and withal so practical as a guide for our conduct in daily living, that there seems little or no excuse for lack of genial intercourse among students and earnest workers in Christian Science.
J. Latimer Davis, Committee on Publication for the State of Iowa,
Complaint was made in the Iowegian of May 18 that a letter from this office printed in your paper some three months ago did not satisfy the clergyman whose criticism of certain Christian Science teachings occasioned its writing.
Churches and societies in the United States and the Dominion of Canada which wish to give lectures during the first two months of the next lecture year, namely July and August, 1931, are requested to inform the Board of Lectureship before May 25.
To express one's gratitude either in writing or verbally is not always easy, but those who have had a glimpse of the wonderful truth which Christian Science teaches realize the reason for such expressions of gratitude.
During the past twelve months I have found constant comfort in applying the simple scientific rules of Christian Science, as I understand them, to the general depressed condition of business; and I have at least learned that business depressions are mental, and that stock debacles and general unemployment are but manifestations of wrong thinking.