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Activities for the Armed Services
[The following accounts of service personnel have been received by the Armed Services Department and are now shared with the Field.]
While stationed overseas a naval officer, who described himself as a "sometime student of Christian Science," neglected his study of the Bible, the writings of Mary Baker Eddy, and the Christian Science periodicals. His thinking drifted into materialistic ways, and in consequence, he said, his experience became filled with "pride, ambition, social drinking, smoking, resentment."
One evening the officer and his wife listened to a Protestant radio program which caught their attention. The speaker expressed strong faith in God. His voice, clear and strong, evidenced such joyous conviction, intelligence, and kindness that the officer and his wife listened intently throughout the program.
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PROOFS OF LOVE
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"WHAT WE MOST NEED"
PETER JAMES ALBERY
THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE NURSE
ROSEMARY C. COBHAM
ESSENTIALS IN HUMAN RELATIONS
W. BURTON WEBSTER
THE CHALLENGE OF CONSISTENCY
MIRIAM BECKHOFF DAMSGAARD
KNOW WHAT YOU POSSESS
WILLIAM M. SELLMAN
LOVE IS ALL-INCLUSIVE
HELEN C. HERRING
"I DON'T BELIEVE IT!"
DOROTHY E. KLEIN
THE MORNING WATCH
Anna M. Moore
"THINGS NEW AND OLD"
Robert Ellis Key
A PROVABLE THEOLOGY
Helen Wood Bauman
RADIO PROGRAM No. 55 - The True Knowledge That Heals
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David Hampton Ross
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Evelyn Groom Cordes
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Julia S. Geffen
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Lucy Virginia Stout
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Sietske L. Curry
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