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A Call for Volunteers
In many parts of the world today men are enlisting in some branch of service to their country. In some nations military service is compulsory, but whether one enlists or is drafted for service, one expects to receive orders, and is prepared to perform the duties assigned to him.
Free nations are defending the ideal of liberty. Men from all walks of life are coming forward to offer their services in this critical hour. And while this is as it should be under the present conditions, how many who are serving their governments in one way or another have learned that there is only one true way out of the confusion and strife which fill the world?
Some have learned about the way of salvation, but all mankind must learn it. The clear voice of Truth is calling now for volunteers, calling for men to follow the great Way-shower, Christ Jesus, whose teaching, when obeyed, makes for peace, and whose mission was to bring healing to the nations, to bring salvation to men from every phase of belief in evil.
Enjoy 1 free Sentinel article or audio program each month, including content from 1898 to today.
A Call for Volunteers
MARY H. OLIVER
Maintaining Our Spiritual Standard of Living
GLENN E. DOUGLAS
Man's Harmony Intact
Expressing Life's Beauty
LINDEN E. JONES
"Capable of more than we do"
MYRTLE BIRNBAUM MC COSKER
IVA B. LINEBARGER
"The perfect Friend"
Evelyn F. Heywood
with contributions from Mary Chapman
"Columbia West Coast Church of the Air" talk over Columbia Broadcasting System, by Charles V. Winn,
As a growing child I had the...
Marie Frederricka Nelson
It is with gratitude of the utmost...
Frederick J. Richmond
I have been a student of Christian Science...
Abbie F. James
For more than thirty years I...
Alma P. Blodgett
I wish to express my gratitude...
Mildred C. Fisher with contributions from Benjamin C. Fisher
I should like to tell of the healing...
Minnie E. Johnson with contributions from Thomas E. Johnson, Wilma Johnson
For over twenty-five years...
Charles W. Ertz
I feel that I want to tell of some...
Martha M. Hubbard
Love Never Fails
NORAH M. COSTERTON
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Henry Geerlings, James Reid, C. R. McBride