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Information for American Servicemen and Servicewomen Overseas
Relatives and friends are asked to co-operate in having the following information reach Americans in the service overseas:
In Great Britain, Northern Ireland, and in the Middle East, where Christian Science Officiating Ministers are attached to the British forces, any American serviceman may, through his own regimental chaplain, ask for and obtain the free services of one of these British Ministers if one is available. The Minister may not be able to call unsolicited on Americans, although he desires to aid them, and for this reason they should be encouraged to seek the help which they need.
JEAN M. SNYDER
EDWIN V. GREENLEAF
On Giving a Christian Science Lecture
There Is No Death
CARL J. WELZ
"You possess sovereign power"
LEAFY M. LAYFIELD
"His earthly all"
WALLACE GREENE ARNOLD
AMELIA D. GOODWIN
Does Our Faith Waver?
John Randall Dunn
How We Esteem Ourselves
Evelyn F. Heywood
My attention has been drawn to...
Robert E. Key
An article in your recent issue...
D. F. J. Harricks
Christian Scientists consider it...
Sarah Ethel Parkes with contributions from Godfrey Matthews
Each day unfolds more of the...
I should like to express gratitude...
W. Bernard Hirst
It is a joy for me to express the...
Elsie M. Russell
It was my privilege to attend...
Molly J. Scott
In 1910 a dearly beloved sister...
Margaretha von Lanken
That Christian Science heals...
In the year 1906 we asked a...
William David Johnston
Our son has had many healings
Inda K. Taylor with contributions from Lloyd F. Taylor
GWEN M. CASTLE
Signs of the Times
with contributions from J. D. McCrae, Phillips Endecott Osgood, Sinclair Hertell