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Of Good Report
In the Sentinel of April 26, 1952, attention was drawn to the opportunity afforded to Christian Scientists who travel on ocean-going liners to bring healing and comfort to others through a Christian Science church service held on board ship.
Application for this privilege should be made to the purser of the ship either immediately before or during the voyage. One usually finds that the purser is pleased to allot a time and place for the service and to place a notice on the bulletin boards.
Christian Scientists who take the initiative in this matter should be familiar with the Order of Sunday Services as given in the Manual of The Mother Church by Mary Baker Eddy. The current Lesson-Sermon from the Christian Science Quarterly should be read. If it is not possible, however, to arrange for the singing of the solo, Item No. 6 of the service would have to be omitted.
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"GO FORTH, AND STAND UPON THE MOUNT"
HELEN H. SPANGLER
TURN TO THE LIGHT
ARVA M. KNOWLES
LOVE IS ALWAYS THE WAY
RICHARD P. PALMER
"DEITY WAS SATISFIED"
ELLA H. HAY
THE NEED OF INDIVIDUAL DEMONSTRATION
AFTER THE LECTURE
CONCERNING OUR CHILDREN
Richard J. Davis
PROGRESS IS SPIRITWARD
Robert Ellis Key
Mary M. Hitchcock
When Christian Science found...
Laura J. Truax
While I was visiting at my sister's...
Annie L. Alford
Several years ago a leading orthopedic...
Mary Tompkins Freeman with contributions from Charles B. Tompkins
I am very grateful to God for...
Nancy M. Orchard with contributions from Ronald S. Orchard
My introduction to Christian Science...
Bess N. Kohn
I wish to express my heartfelt...
Many years ago the textbook,...
Elsie E. Edwards
Human words seem inadequate...
With a heart full of gratitude for...
Harriet L. Hand
The testimonies in our periodicals...
Signs of the Times
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