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The addresses given in the Extension of The Mother Church at the meeting on June 4, 1958, in the Interest of Our Sunday School will be printed in the Christian Science Sentinel in five consecutive issues beginning October 4, 1958. One address will appear in each issue of the Sentinel.
From the Treasurer of The Mother Church
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THE FIVE W'S OF CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
LA VERNE TAYLOR
RELIANCE ON DIVINE POWER
LOVE DESTROYS FEAR OF ATOMIC THREATS
GEORGE PERRY DIXON
DISCOVERING THE VIEW
HELEN H. DOW
Anne H. Currie
WHAT IS AN EPIDEMIC?
RUBY B. THURNHERR
THE RIGHT TO TRUE FREEDOM
MARY SENCEBAUGH HODGE
NOT TWO POWERS
JEANNE P. OGLESBY
"I AM NOT OF THIS WORLD"
John J. Selover
"NO ROOM FOR COMPLACENCY"
Helen Wood Bauman
It is with a heart overflowing...
Albert J. Slater
In the Bible we read (Ps. 105: 1 ),...
Juanita Pickard Layman
More than forty-five years ago a...
Hattie M. Parnkopf
I am earnestly and sincerely...
Anne S. Creed
For the many blessings which...
Elaine R. Follis
It was through witnessing the...
Alan D. Roughton
It is with a deep sense...
I should like to tell of the joy...
Signs of the Times
with contributions from J. Claude Evans, Brian E. Heawood