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Of Good Report
Church activities are the means of bringing healing, harmony, and progress to the individuals served and to those serving. Our Leader, Mary Baker Eddy, says in "Miscellaneous Writings" (p. 113), "The systematized centres of Christian Science are life-giving fountains of truth." This can be seen from the fruitage which is described in the following reports from branches of The Mother Church.
A church in Nebraska writes:
"Prayerful work on the part of the members resulted in a muchimproved spiritual understanding of what Church really is. Growth has been steady and gratifying in every phase of our work. Members who have not before entered into church activities are now taking part, demonstrating their capacity to serve very commendably. Spontaneous and positive testimonies of healing are being given by those who have never before seemed able to express their gratitude publicly. Testimonies given at the Wednesday evening meetings indicate that good healing work is going on in the community.
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THOUGHTS AND THEIR INFLUENCE
ONLY ONE CAUSE
W. BURTON WEBSTER
"O LORD, CORRECT ME"
EDNA SANFORD LOCEY
WHERE POWER REALLY LIES
RUBY W. EAST
UNIVERSAL LOVE, THE DIVINE WAY
FREDERICK J. GUNSTON
Pearl Strachan Hurd
Helen Wood Bauman
RADIO PROGRAM No. 235 - Accidents Are Contrary to God's Law
with contributions from Eldredge M. Murray
"Ye cannot serve God and mammon"...
Floralee Agnes Randall
I became acquainted with Christian Science...
While enjoying a short period of...
Effie M. Boswell
It was my privilege to attend the...
Rosemary G. Flynn
Although I did not become interested...
Marie E. Scott
In "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures"...
Mary H. Cummings
I should like to express my sincere...
Minnie V. Poelle
Words are inadequate to express...
It is with a heart full of joy that...
Kendall C. Poulsen
Signs of the Times
Roy L. Smith