An opportunity has been offered to Christian Scientists to aid in the building of a new and larger Publishing House; and, eager to see God's reign established upon earth, they will prayerfully seek to find ways in which to help in this undertaking.
W. Archibald Wallace, Committee on Publication for the State of West Virginia,
While reading the article on "The International Sunday School Lesson" for August 2, which appeared in the Herald-Dispatch, I was particularly impressed with the following statements: "There is no merit in simply scanning the words of the Bible, without knowledge of their meaning.
To insure that complete lecture notices be printed in the Sentinel, detailed information should reach the Editorial Department regarding lectures in the United States and Canada, at least four weeks before the date of the lecture; in Great Britain and Ireland, at least five weeks before; in other European countries, at least eight weeks before.
Anna M. Hahn
with contributions from Ferdinand Wm. Hahn
Having been brought up in an orthodox church and in a home where, due to lack of understanding, antagonistic feeling toward Christian Science existed, I too opposed this religion, of which I knew nothing, accepting only the detrimetnal statements which had come to my hearing.
While my thoughts have many times gone out in praise and thanksgiving to God for the wonderful gift to this age of Christian Science, I want to tell through the periodicals something of what I have received through putting into practice the truths given to us again by the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science, Mary Baker Eddy.
Previous to taking up the study of Christian Science I had been in very poor health for many years, and had been obliged to give up my profession as a teacher on account of a physical and nervous breakdown.
Having received so much benefit and encouragement from the testimonies appearing in The Christian Science Journal and Christian Science Sentinel, I wish to take this means of expressing my gratitude for the many blessings received from the study of Christian Science.