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Activities for the Armed Services
Through this column, "Activities for the Armed Services," many Christian Scientists learn that Christian Science Activities for the Armed Services is world-wide in scope. An interesting by-product of this fact occurred after the publishing of our column in the Christian Science Sentinel of July 13, 1957. This column described the healing of an Force officer, stationed in Newfoundland, who had a telegram sent to The Mother Church for help. The assistance that he received was prompt and effective.
After our description of this incident, a series of interesting events has taken place. First, we received several letters from parents who has sons in the United States Armed Forces in Newfoundland. Because these letters included the names and military addresses of their sons, we were able to forward this information to the Christian Scientist who has healed and who shortly thereafter became a Christian Science Representative in the Armed Services.
HOLDING THOUGHT ARIGHT
W. STUART BOOTH
THE LORD'S PRAYER AND THE HUMAN NEED
MARJORIE LYLE CRANDALL
SEEING AND LOVING MAN
KIMMIS HARTLEY HENDRICK
"HEIRS OF GOD"
MARJORIE BOWER ESPEN
THE FRUITS OF CONVICTION
JOHN F. ANDERSON
FREEDOM, THE HERITAGE OF MAN
Mary H. Oliver
FREDERIC E. EARLE
LOOK FOR THE REAL MAN
MARGUERITE NEWHALL PHALEN
THE NEXT STEP
SPIRITUAL WEAPONS AND PRAYER
NO STRUGGLE IN REAL BEING
John J. Selover
RADIO PROGRAM No. 233 - Overcoming Anxiety About Our Children
A girlhood friend first interested...
Mabel Warrick Moore
At birth, I had a dark, ugly...
Rollyn E. Mayer
It is with deep and sincere gratitude...
Ethel Mary Gascoyne
My father was healed in Christian Science...
Helen A. Hammerly
It is with gratitude that I submit...
During the period of my captivity...
Through Christian Science, I was...
Grace Marguerite Ternandt
Mrs. Eddy writes in Science and Health...
Grace M. Cummings
I regard Christian Science with...
Mary A. Thompson
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Daniel Poling, C. A. Coulson