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[For young adults]
While browsing in the library of the officers' wardroom aboard his ship, a young Christian Scientist, who was serving as navigator, came across a Protestant hymnal. He was somewhat amused to find stamped inside the cover the words "Department of Navigation."
He was accustomed to thinking of navigation in terms of sextants, charts, and parallel rules. But now he saw how entirely appropriate the phrase was. Did not those who look for guidance and a sense of God's loving care frequently turn to songs and hymns of praise as a source of inspiration? The rich treasury of psalms proves that song has inspired and guided men from the earliest times.
The Remedy for Pollution
EDNA MAY EVANS WHITE
You Don't Have to Be Afraid
JOHN H. WILLIAMS
Gates of Pearl
FLORENCE E. MAY
ROBERT L. T. HOLCOMB
The Right Kind of Escape
MARY RETTA TITUS
Doing, Not Trying!
ELEANOR SHIPMAN MINER
At Camp Echo
LEILA BAILEY McLANE
How Love Governs Governments
Helen Wood Bauman
What's Your Problem?
William Milford Correll
If I have a favorite Bible story, I believe it is the one recorded in...
Nina S. Sellers with contributions from William C. Sellers, Jr.
I was introduced to Christian Science many years ago by a young...
Hayden R. Williams
I am very grateful to God for the protection and care my family...
Being often reminded that I had been an unwanted child, I grew...
Marjorie La Belle
The desire to know and understand God was my purpose in beginning...
Marian C. Rankin with contributions from Mann Rankin
RADIO PROGRAM NO. 354 - Holding On versus Dropping Out
Robert McKinnon with contributions from Harvey Wood