From the Directors

The credit of every Christian Science church should be above question. Our Leader raised a standard for us all when she ordained that our church buildings should be dedicated only after they were paid for (Christian Science Sentinel, October 14, 1905), and, by a provision in her will for the promotion and extension of the religion of Christian Science, she made it possible for her Trustees to assist from her estate all Christian Science organizations in making their final payments before dedication of their church homes.

The ideals thus presented by Mrs. Eddy should be upheld by us today. Every church in our movement will do well to make a careful survey of its financial condition, its resources, and its methods of administering them. If it has fallen behind in meeting its ordinary obligations, such as rental, repairs, salaries, supplies, and the like, this condition needs to be corrected by right metaphysical activity supplemented by more bountiful giving, both of which are essential to breaking down the claim of limitation that would impose apathy and impede progress.

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