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Christian Science Activities for the Armed Services, which include arrangements for regular Christian Science services, treatment, and other assistance for men and women in the armed forces, extend throughout the United States, Canada, and many overseas areas. Information regarding these activities and lists of overseas Ministers and Representatives will be furnished upon request.
Service personnel or members of their families are asked to send names and addresses of Christian Scientists in the armed forces to Christian Science Activities for the Armed Services, 107 Falmouth Street, Boston 15, Massachusetts. To enable this department to be of the greatest service, changes of military address should be reported promptly.
Christian Scientists are encouraged to register as such, rather than under the general term "Protestant," although the identification tags issued to them by the Government are usually marked P.
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LOVE MORE SIMPLE
KATE HOLLAND PATTON
THE WAY TO FREEDOM
ARTHUR W. WERNER
"LORD, SAVE ME"
Doris A. Lewis
GRACE R. WHITE
OVERCOMING EVIL SUGGESTIONS
LAWRENCE M. FARRELL
TRUTH ALWAYS HEALS
HILDA MARGARET STEELE
CONSIDERING THE LILIES
Pearl Strachan Hurd
"TO FULFIL ALL RIGHTEOUSNESS"
Robert Ellis Key
SPRINGTIDE OF TRUTH
Helen Wood Bauman
RADIO PROGRAM No. 79 - Reliance on God Brings Healing
George D. Moffett
THE OPPOSITE OF SOMETHINGNESS IS NOTHINGNESS
It has been many years since the...
Frank L. Grimes
When I was a very young child...
Ruby Paschal Gaver
I shall always be grateful to the...
Many years ago I was healed by...
Elizabeth Cary Harrison
Today, some twenty years after...
Donald George Rhodes
A question that often comes to...
Helen E. Opp
Christian Science is the religion...
If I were to waste time regretting,...
Margery L. Schuler
In deep gratitude to our Father-Mother God,...
Emma B. Cooper
The Signs of the Times
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