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Christian Science Activities for the Armed Services, which include arrangements for regular Christian Science services, treatment, and other assistance for men and women in the Armed Forces, extend throughout the United States, Canada, and many overseas areas. Information regarding these activities and lists of overseas Ministers and Representatives will be furnished upon request.
Service personnel or members of their families are asked to send names and addresses of Christian Scientists in the Armed Forces to Christian Science Activities for the Armed Services, 107 Falmouth Street, Boston 15, Massachusetts. To enable this department to be of the greatest service, changes of military address should be reported promptly.
Christian Scientists are encouraged to register as such, rather than under the general term "Protestant." In the Armed Forces of the United States, Great Britain, and Canada they may have the words "Christian Science" or a meaningful abbreviation thereof stamped on their identification tags or discs.
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"I am well"
JAMES HUMPHRY, JR.
"That which concerneth me"
GWEN M. CASTLE
No Progress in Easy-chair Contentment!
H. PHELPS GATES
LOUISE G. DE GROOT
Learning to Be Patient
Margery Todahl Blokhine
"Mind never becomes dust"
FREDERICK ALVIN HENDERSON
No Breath of Unkind Criticism
CLIFF WALTER KRUEGER
Helen Wood Bauman
Healing Sin as Well as Disease
Ralph E. Wagers
Christian Science came to me...
Marjorie Owens King
I felt the presence of the Christ,...
Albert C. Gilliland
Ever since I was a girl of eight,...
My family came into Christian Science...
I should like to express my gratitude...
Margaret B. Urmey
As each day unfolds I become...
Wilma Bell Spencer
When Christian Science was...
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