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What About the Absent Pupil?
Not long ago a Sunday School with an enrollment of two hundred and eighty-nine pupils recorded an attendance on a certain Sunday of two hundred and eighty-two. One can readily imagine that the pupils in this Sunday School are gaining a practical understanding of the lessons, and this proves to them that Christian Science is the one pearl of great price and that they cannot afford to be without it.
It has been found that until they learn the value of regular attendance and systematic attention to the lessons pupils sometimes need occasional reminders of their Sunday School privileges. In addition to unnecessary absences, there may be at times permissible reasons for a pupil's not being in Sunday School. But experience has shown that much is to be gained by keeping in touch with absent pupils.
"YESTERDAY, AND TO-DAY, AND FOREVER"
HENRY N. ROBERTS
FOR THE GLORY OF GOD
H. VICTORIA BURNESS
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SYDNEY HERBERT HASSELL
MALCOLM H. EDDY
TEACHING IN THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SUNDAY SCHOOL
DORIS M. SHABUSHNIG
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