Through the activities of the Boy and Girl Scouts, Youth Hostels, and similar outdoor organizations, hiking and climbing are familiar to many young people.
As time goes on, less and less misrepresentation of Christian Science is found in the press.
["Columbia West Coast Church of the Air" talk over Columbia Broadcasting System, by Floyd C.
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Security is not won as the result of ignoring or fleeing from the dangers which present themselves in human experience.
The branches of The Mother Church will be interested to learn that Mrs.
Our Silent Messengers Louise Knight Wheatley Cook
Over twenty years ago I was suffering from a fibrous tumor.
I should like to take this opportunity to express my sincere gratitude for Christian Science.
For more than thirty years Christian Science has been my only physician, and during that period I have experienced many healings, physically, financially, mentally, and morally; but at this time I should like to testify to two healings which further emphasized the truth of a statement given to us by our beloved Leader, Mary Baker Eddy, in her textbook, Science and Health.
Many blessings have come to me through Christian Science, which has given me an understanding of our loving Father-Mother God.
I first heard of Christian Science over twenty-five years ago, when its healing truth was brought into our home by the captain of the naval ship to which my husband was attached.
When I think of conditions as they seemed to me when I first found this wonderful Science, I want to sing and shout to all the world, and to share with all God's children what He, in His infinite love and mercy, has shown to me.
I attended a Christian Science Sunday School from early childhood, and joined a local branch church while I was a girl, but then for seven years drifted away from church attendance.
Our family first became interested in Christian Science in 1888, but I did not take up the study of it until 1914.
In Psalms we read: "He brought me up also out of an horrible pit, out of the miry clay, and set my feet upon a rock, and established my goings.
[From the Suffolk Times, Greenport, New York]
The printed Tenets of The Mother Church are in general use by branch churches and societies, either as a basis for their application forms for admission to membership or for binding into their by-law booklets.