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FROM ANNUAL REPORTS OF CHRISTIAN SCIENCE COMMITTEES ON PUBLICATION
Love of The Mother Church Shown in Flood Relief
Several days, of continuous heavy rainfall in the northeastern section of the state precipitated the highest flood ever recorded in the area, driving thousands from their homes and causing much loss and devastation. As in previous times of disaster, The Mother Church came to the rescue of Christian Scientists. At the height of the flood I received a telephone call from Mr. George Charming, Manager of Committees on Publication, informing me that The Christian Science Board of Directors desired that I take charge of relief operations and make certain that the emergency needs of our church members were promptly cared for.
The board of each branch church in affected areas appointed local flood relief committees to supply shelter, food, and clothing to those who had been driven from their homes. Depots were opened where food and clothing were assembled and supplied to those in need.
THE ALLNESS OF GOOD
PEARL G. ANDREWS
PRAYER FOR A SOLDIER
Ednah A. Parr
PAUL H. EAMES
MIRIAM BECKHOFF DAMSGAARD
"THE UNDERLYING REALITY OF REFLECTION"
WILLIAM E. MASTERSON
"OTHER FOUNDATIONS THERE ARE NONE"
Eva Leonora Norton
"FROM SENSE TO SOUL"
Helen Wood Bauman
A SCIENTIFIC REMEDY FOR PAIN
Robert Ellis Key
I am indeed very grateful to God...
Helen M. Elban
My first healing in Christian Science...
I am deeply grateful for the privilege...
Ruth B. Howlett with contributions from William Howlett
Sincere gratitude urges me to...
All students of Christian Science...
Barbara S. Reavis
I wish to submit my testimony in...
Vivian Stoner Hodge
During the past forty years the...
In Science and Health Mrs. Eddy...
Samuel H. Reynolds
The greatest blessing that has...
My introduction to Christian Science...
D. Elsa Harrison
In 1926 a testimony of my healing...
Kathryn Barclay McDougall
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Matthew B. Ridgway, Kyle Haselden