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To those who are interested in becoming members of The Mother Church a friendly hand is extended. Men and women, and children above twelve years of age, may apply for membership if they believe in the doctrines of Christian Science presented in its platform and teaching found in the textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy.
Twice each year applicants are admitted to membership by The Christian Science Board of Directors (see Manual, Art. XIII, Sect. 2). Applications to be considered for the next admission must reach the Clerk not later than May 5, 1947. The admission date is May 30, 1947. If those who wish to take this step will forward their applications as early as possible rather than wait until near the closing date, it will greatly facilitate the work in the Clerk's office. Approvers are responsible for the accuracy of the applications and for securing the necessary countersignatures. An Instruction Folder which explains simply and thoroughly all that is required in applying for membership accompanies each application. Please give special attention to the paragraph on page 2 entitled "Form 2."
MABEL S. THOMSON
Ceasing from Idolatry
FRED C. FISHER
Subscribing for the Christian Science Periodicals
R. LOUISE EMERY
OLGA B. MARTIN
The Spiritual Sense of Good
Rigidity and Elasticity
Preparing for the Lecture
HERBERT H. NORSWORTHY
CONSTANCE DAVIS GUNDELFINGER
A Rule of Conduct
EUNICE W. HEDLER
Happiness and Selfishness Never Mix
Paul Stark Seeley
What Is the Power That Heals?
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Each day I have cause to be...
Lillian L. Koropp
Recalling the experiences that...
Harvey Douglas Grant
For more than twenty-five years...
Emma D. Godfrey
I wish to confirm the testimony...
Lewis E. Godfrey
Christian Science came into my...
Elizabeth Shaw Mitchell
Only twenty-four hours after...
I gratefully acknowledge the...
William M. Crooks
DOROTHY DAVIS ARMSTRONG
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Hugh Redwood, Helen L. Toner, David E. Seaboldt