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[The above is substantially the text of the program released for broadcast the weekend of November 23-25 in the radio series, "The Bible Speaks to You," heard internationally over more than 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. 34 - Keeping Peace in the Family
HOST: There's nothing more heart warming than family whose members get along well together. But how often we hear of exactly the opposite situation! Talk to teenagers, and many say their parents don't understand them. Talk to parents, and many of them tell of troubles with their children and with their own parents and in-laws.
One writer, James Lee Ellen-wood, had this to say in his book, "One Generation After Another" [Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, 1953]: "One of the odd and inexplicable contradictions in family experience is that usually polite and genteel members assume the privilege of venting annoyance and anger on any or all of the family circle." He also says: "People laugh and cry and become angry with less incentive at home than in any other place."
Spiritual Identity versus Sin
EDGAR ISAAC NEWGASS
A Quiet Hour
ANN T. BEALS
BRYAN G. POPE
Christian Science and the Homemaker
LORRAINE STAPEL REICHARDT
Lillian V. Byrd
God Is Present Everywhere
A College Student Writes
CECIL E. PURIFOY, JR.
Take Time to Be Grateful
CARL J. WELZ
"And the man believed"
RALPH E. WAGERS
When a neighbor presented...
I was guided to Christian Science...
Immediately upon taking up...
Georgia T. Hale
As a child I had the blessed privilege...
Elizabeth Hand with contributions from Lauren C. Hand
I should like to share an experience...
Ruby K. Hensley
The power of Truth as taught...
Florence P. Hatch