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Camp Welfare Activities
The following experiences concerning service men and women have been sent to the Camp Welfare Activities department and are being shared with the Field:
Report from a Worker on an outpost in the Atlantic
At an overseas base in the Atlantic a serviceman was put in sick bay; but before he would accept any medical treatment he insisted that the words "Christian Scientist" be put on his chart. When the medical officer came through the ward and saw the note on the chart he said: "Son, we can't help you. You have something better than any doctor can give you." The Christian Science Camp Welfare Worker was sent for, treatment was given, and the young man was released shortly from the hospital.
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NEVER OUTSIDE OF GOD'S ONENESS
JESUS CALLED A LITTLE CHILD
Maud Alice Batchelor
THE POWER OF THE WORD
FLORENCE L. ANSTEY
"JEWELS OF LOVE"
WILLIAM E. MASTERSON
"WHAT IS THAT TO THEE?"
MAN'S HIGH DESTINY
MAUDE A. STEPHENSON
SARAH ELEANOR PAINE
Prudence Wood Coulter
THE DEMONSTRATION OF HAPPINESS
Richard J. Davis
MAN'S INHERENT PURITY
Helen Wood Bauman
Alice H. Coats
TO A NAVY CHAPLAIN
Through the study and application...
Ann McLin Paschen
The Comforter, Christian Science,...
Mary Nares Craig
After suffering for several years...
William W. Leon
For over thirty years of freedom...
George T. Newton
Christian Science came into our...
Ruth M. Mitchum
I wish to express my deepest gratitude...
Harriet M. Stark
I wish to express my gratitude...
Edith Billingham with contributions from Edmund Billingham
I have had some very beautiful...
Louise O. Barrett
I should like to express my sincere...
Maud H. Archer with contributions from Walter J. Archer.
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Rudolph S. Ressmeyer, Earl L. Holliday, Ernest Lloyd