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Inspiration, Unfoldment, and Demonstration Make Possible Their Growth and Progress
[Note: Extracts from a report prepared for the Reading Room Division by the executive board of a branch church]
Walla walla, Washington
In January, 1954, a committee was appointed to redecorate our Reading Room. In addition to the references which they used as a basis for their metaphysical work in Christian Science, the committee studied the booklet sent out by The Mother Church called "Branch Church Building," which includes recommendations for Christian Science Reading Rooms. We sincerely desired to comply with them as nearly as possible. In order to do this we felt we must do more than redecorate. We must find a new location since our present quarters definitely did not "measure up." One was soon found on the street level with ample space which we could divide as we desired. It also had two large display windows. The building was owned by the local college, which was happy to have us as tenants, and an offer was made to remodel and decorate to meet our needs.
THE INCENTIVE IN CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
CYRIL H. GOLDING
JEANNE ROE PRICE
"WHO TOUCHED ME?"
HENRY J. LODER
THE QUIET ROOM
"THE PURE LANGUAGE OF SPIRIT"
Sarah Margaret Glasspoole
WHY AM I HERE?
CELIA R. RINGHAM
ONLY ONE RADIATION
Emily M. Stephens
"LOOK UNTO ME"
A VULNERABLE POINT
Helen Wood Bauman
RADIO PROGRAM No. 98 - How Deafness Was Healed
George F. Glover
In 1928 I became ill, and I also...
David B. Bartelstone
I wish to express my gratitude for...
Very humbly and with the sincere...
When I first became interested...
Cassye Smith Davis
For the many healings I have...
Having been brought up in...
Helen M. Wolf
I should like to express my gratitude...
Wilkins M. Trick, Jr. with contributions from Ethel Gladys Morrison
After I had lived with my sister...
Lizzie Julia Bolton
It is with humble gratitude that...
Mary Junk Beale
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Alta I. Starnes, William E. Thompson, W. A. Cameron, C. A. Osborne