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The needs of men who are returned from war duty—whether these needs are for healing, for comfort, for employment, or for readjustment of any nature—are of vital concern to all Christian Scientists.
At the present time many veterans' hospitals, as well as Army and Navy hospitals, are visited by Christian Science Wartime Ministers and volunteer Christian Science Wartime Workers, under the supervision of State Camp Welfare Committees and the Manager of Camp Welfare Activities.
"Rise and pray"
A Smiling Face
MARTHA J. BUCKNER
MARGARET WEYMOUTH JACKSON
LAURA H. RAYMOND
The Great Spiritual Fact
GILBERT R. SMITH
Neither Isolated, Nor Solitary
EDITH COONLEY HOWES
Demonstrating Unity in Our Churches
CORA CATHERINE MASON
Light through the Windowpane
EDNA B. WILLIAMS
Would You Be a Practitioner?
John Randall Dunn
"The great point of departure"
Paul Stark Seeley
The distorted account of Christian Science...
Lt. Col. Robert E. Key,
That We Be Born Again
LYDIA A. WILBER
A few years ago I attended a...
My introduction to Christian Science...
Louise Irene Oxenham
Christian Science came to me...
Nellie Q. Watters
I find I cannot let any more...
That God is a very present help...
Nellie Kearns Horn
I received my introduction to...
Thomas D. M. Latta
For many years my life has...
It is time that I expressed in...
Lilly G. Walter, Carl E. Walter
ALICE PERRIN BAKER
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Russell Kay, William James Robinson, A. C. Decker, Henry Geerlings, Malcolm W. Bingay, J. D. McCrae, Eric A. Johnston