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[The above is substantially the text of the program released for broadcast the weekend of March 3—5 in the radio series, "How Christian Science Heals" heard internationally over approximately 700 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. 390 - The Best Help for Our Children
SPEAKER: Probably there's nothing more heartwarming to see or more commendable than the care, thought, and attention that go into making a child's life the happiest, the most wholesome, and the most progressive that can be achieved. Great effort is made to provide children with wholesome living conditions and adequate schooling. After all, what is more natural than for parents to want the very best for their children, not only in terms of home, environment, and education, but in terms of protecting their health and physical well-being.
On the other hand, what is a parent to do if a child has an illness that seems to defy all attempts to remedy it? Or if the child is faced with a handicap that threatens to afflict him for the rest of his life? Just what is a parent to do in such cases?
"As one having authority"
HAROLD E. MARIETTA
"God setteth the solitary in families"
VERA D. BOTTING
Understanding, Not Time, Brings Healing
MABEL MAIZE KELSEY
Man Is Always Complete
JEAN B. CREMIDAS
How to Begin
RICHARD D. MACCANN
Putting Spirituality First
John J. Selover
"God is All-in-all"
Ralph E. Wagers
My early days were spent in a...
Enid M. Linford with contributions from Joan Longman
After the Second World War, I...
M. Birgitta Öun
This testimony is submitted as...
Daniel Riggs Huntington, Sr.
One often hears the lament, "If...
Many times I have voiced my...
Edward F. Kryter, Sr.
About a year ago my right eye...
Norma M. Brown
Signs of the Times