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[Extracts from the Annual Report of the Christian Science Committee for Work in the Prisons in the City of New York]
The Committee is happy to report continuous progress...
The Committee is happy to report continuous progress during the current year, and also to advise that both the city and the federal officials have voluntarily co-operated with us upon many occasions. The authorities at the United States Disciplinary Barracks, located on Governors Island, have invited us to send in workers during the week so that the men will have more opportunities of being helped through Christian Science than at present. Services are held there every Sunday. In addition, we have been asked by them to point out ways in which they can co-operate with us in broadening and increasing our activities. They express their thanks for what we are doing for the inmates.
The reports received from the various workers serving in different institutions inform us that the Christian Science Thanksgiving Day services were happy and inspiring for both inmates and workers, as many testimonies of healing were given.
One of the prison wardens informed us that when the daily copy of The Christian Science Monitor is received, he takes it to read. At his request, another copy of the Monitor is being sent each day to the prison library. He expressed the wish that only papers of the type of the Monitor were sent into the prison.
Christian Science: the Gift of God
LARUE M. MURRAY
Fruitful Church Activity
SAMUEL H. ROGERS
Stilling the Storm
GERTRUDE NOBLE SEELY
God's Good Will
CLARA B. STRICKLAND
DOROTHY MARY HUTCHINGS
The "louder song"
JAMES A. VINCENT
The Safe Highway
As I Study the Lesson
VERNE TAYLOR BENEDICT
There appeared in a recent issue an article under the...
William H. Owen, Committee on Publication for the State of Wisconsin,
In an article in a recent issue of the Telegraph, the writer,...
Miss Constance M. Frost, Committee on Publication for Queensland, Australia,
The attitude of thinking men and women towards religion...
Lt.-Col. Robert E. Key, District Manager of Committees on Publication for Great Britain and Ireland,
In an address reported in a recent issue, the Free Church...
John Lingard, Committee on Publication for Midlothian, Scotland,
"Where is your faith?"
AMY G. VIAU
A Timely Message
The Christian Science Board of Directors
Overcoming Personal Sense
George Shaw Cook
Evelyn F. Heywood
I wish to express my gratitude for Christian Science, and I...
John Arthur Thomas with contributions from Rosina Thomas
Christian Science means all to me
Grace P. Henderson
After pondering for a year Christ Jesus' words, "Blessed...
Elizabeth G. Pierce
I am grateful for Mrs. Eddy's spirituality and consecration...
Esther M. Bond with contributions from Laura M. Bond
It is eleven years since Christian Science was brought into...
Jean Schmitt with contributions from Charles T. Schmitt
The Apostle Paul says in Galatians, "The fruit of the...
Maxine C. Rickman with contributions from Olive S. Crain
About thirty-six years ago I spent three months in the...
Claudia C. Sample
I am grateful with all my heart that our little family has,...
"Learn to forget"
VIAHNETT S. MARTIN
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Wesley C. Oldt, Delmar L. Dyreson, James Reid, John Bentley, Roy W. Berg, W. Fay Butler, Henry Taylor, William E. Park