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The Fund opened in January, 1942, known as "The Mother Church Wartime Fund," is now designated "The Mother Church Fund for Armed Services Activities and Postwar Emergencies." As heretofore, this Fund will be drawn upon to meet the needs of Christian Scientists in the armed services; to aid those willing to rely wholly on Christian Science for healing in veterans hospitals; to conduct Christian Science services, give treatments, and help young Christian Scientists to become adjusted to their military experience.
Large quantities of authorized literature continue to be distributed to service personnel and veterans and placed in chaplains" offices, libraries, hospitals, and on board ship. Service Editions of the Bible and "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy are also supplied free of charge. Aid is also extended from this Fund to civilians needing material assistance because of emergencies resulting from war.
This Fund meets the salaries and expenses of Christian Science Ministers and other workers. The number of these workers is increasing; they serve in the United States, Canada, Alaska, Australia, Hawaii, Korea, and the Pacific islands, as well as in England, Germany, and France.
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THE PILGRIM'S JOURNEY
JOYCE CHANDLER PARKS
"A GLEAM OF GRATITUDE"
DOUGLAS LANE MATHEWS
PERFECTION, THE STANDARD IN CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
MARIE C. CHENEY
THE CONTINUITY OF GOOD
ELAINE R. MOSELEY
LET US NOT ENVY
FRANKIE L. THOMAS
TALKING THINGS OVER WITH GOD
THE UNSPEAKABLE GIFT OF GOD
John J. Selover
ENERGIZING THE FACULTIES
Helen Wood Bauman
RADIO PROGRAM No. 165 - A Sound Basis for Friendship
Dolly Jane Stefanson
"Bless the Lord, O my soul, and...
Charlie A. Whitman
"Who is so great a God as our...
Muriel A. Maclachlan
My first experience in Christian Science...
Willine Blunt Miller
I am so glad to be able to express...
While serving in the Army during...
George James Hurt
One evening our baby daughter...
Dorothy N. Shields
I wish to express my joy and...
Myrtle Adelaide Pilz
Looking back over a long life, I...
Louise M. Brunette
For the blessed privilege of being...
Helen J. Karr with contributions from Effie T. Snodgrass
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Bennie Bengston, Eizo Sakamoto