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There is a continuing need for Christian Scientists to serve in the Housekeeping and Stewards' Departments, including the dining rooms, of the Sanatoriums, and also for candidates for the Nurses' Training Course by Christian Scientists who intend to devote themselves to the profession of Christian Science nursing. There are opportunities for advancement for qualified workers.
Inquiries concerning this work should be addressed to Personnel Department, 107 Falmouth Street, Boston 15, Massachusetts.
A woman who had known of Christian Science for thirty-five years and had had many proofs of its blessings applied for membership in a Christian Science church. She was asked why she had waited so long before applying. Her reply was that she had never got around to it. Like others perhaps, she had allowed procrastination to govern her, thus depriving herself of the blessings of church membership.
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THE HEALING WORD OF TRUTH
NEIL H. BOWLES
"WE CANNOT AFFORD TO HAVE ENEMIES"
LOUISE M. BRATT
THE HIGHWAY TO HARMONY
MARGUERITE H. MARTZ
SPIRITUAL UNDERSTANDING REVERSES SENSE TESTIMONY
HARRIETTE MELDRIM LAKE
WORK FOR PEACE
"OUR GRATITUDE IS RICHES"
JEANETTE F. SUTTON
ELSIE E. EDWARDS
FROM FEAR TO FREEDOM
Robert Ellis Key
Helen Wood Bauman
I hereby wish to express my deep...
Louis E. Steinmann
Should I write of all the wonderful...
Helen L. Cooper
Many years ago I was ill, and no...
Phyllis Marjorie Lattimore
About fifteen years ago, during...
When I first learned of Christian Science,...
Margaret B. Evans
In the Bible we read (Isa. 54:5),...
E. Irene Ybema with contributions from Seret Ybema.
"I will extol thee, O Lord; for...
Robert Farquhar Osborn
I have experienced so many...
It is with deepest gratitude that...
Wilhelmina L. Sadher with contributions from William Henry Sadler
Signs of the Times
with contributions from John B. Walthour, Edward Woods, Ralph H. Richardson