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Inquiries are frequently received from executive boards of branches of The Mother Church as to the procedure followed in interviewing local applicants for membership in The Mother Church.
Each interview is conducted in an atmosphere of love and understanding, and every effort is made to have the applicant feel at ease. Due care is exercised by the local membership committee to determine the sincerity and undivided allegiance to Christian Science of each applicant and his readiness for church membership in accordance with the simple requirements of Article IV of the Manual of The Mother Church by Mary Baker Eddy. The interview affords an opportunity to call the applicant's attention to certain aspects of Christian Science and its church organization with which each individual seeking this progressive step should be familiar. Such interviews are designed to encourage those who are regular church attendants and who have been healed or otherwise benefited by Christian Science to become active church members—never to deter them.
A CROWN ON EVERY CROSS
W. STUART BOOTH
"THE EVIDENCE OF THINGS NOT SEEN"
LOY ELIZABETH ANDERSON
PROTECTION FOR OUR CHILDREN
MARGARET F. DUNAWAY
THE STRAIGHT AND NARROW WAY
HUBERTA F. RANDALL
"I SEE CHRIST WALK"
VIOLETTE M. LEE
TAKING THE RIGHT CUE
RICHARD L. GERSON
ELIZABETH G. GLAZIER
A RIGHT BEGINNING
ANNE L. GARRETT
THINGS IMPOSSIBLE IN SCIENCE
THE POWER OF THOUGHT
Helen Wood Bauman
RADIO PROGRAM No. 160 - God Does Not Send Affliction
Christian Science came into my...
Vinnie Royer Bennett
I have had many healings in...
Joseph Edward Clark
While suffering from chronic...
We have had many proofs of the...
Lorraine Gasser with contributions from Walter Gasser
Christian Science has been my...
Lorena B. Ingles
My introduction to Christian Science...
Lula M. Harrison
For more than twenty years...
Melvin C. Thomas with contributions from Lucy Whitaker Thomas
I am grateful that I had the...
Ruth Kiser Truesdale
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Lyall Dixon