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[Following is substantially the text of the program of the above title released for broadcast the week end of July 31—August 2 in the radio series, "How Christian Science Heals," heard internationally over approximately 800 stations. This is one of the weekly programs produced by the Christian Science Committee on Publication, 107 Falmouth Street, Boston 15, Massachusetts.]
RADIO PROGRAM No. 307 - Prayer Brings Healing to a Family
Speaker: We're going to talk about some family problems today, and how prayer can solve them. We feel this subject is such an important one that we've decided to devote our entire time to it today. Our guests are Mr. and Mrs. John H. Melton, of Stillwater, Oklahoma. They have three sons, and over the years they've had some fine healings while their boys were growing up.
Mr. and Mrs. Melton, we know that as Christian Scientists you people have relied on God in meeting your problems, but I'm sure our listeners would like to hear your basis for doing this.
Mr. Melton: Well, it all goes back to the first healing my wife had.
COMPLETENESS AND FULFILLMENT
THE IMPORTANCE OF TRUE HUMILITY
RAY D. KELSEY
HISTORY AND THE CHRISTIAN SCIENTIST
LAURA BERNICE BARKER
A SACRED DUTY
FORGIVE AND FORGET
ESTELLE B. CRANE MAC GREGOR
THE WAY TO ANSWERED PRAYER
JOHN COLLINS OWERS
GOD FILLS ALL SPACE
LUCY G. BUSSEY
MAN IS ALWAYS IN HIS RIGHT PLACE
LA VONA LINHARDT
"THE HARMONY AND IMMORTALITY OF MAN ARE INTACT"
THE OMNIACTION OF GOOD
Helen Wood Bauman
When I was mustered out of...
Robert E. Zoeller
I have had many proofs of the...
Agnes E. Styles
It is over thirty-five years since...
Evalena E. Cook
My first healing in Science came...
Pauline L. Girod
Recently I had three duties to...
George Lawrence Smith
I am long overdue in expressing...
Through my understanding of...
Charlo Anne Springer
My desire is that this testimony...
Velma L. Creamer
Signs of the times
with contributions from Jan J. Erteszek, Ray C. Dotson