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Christian Science Church Center
PROGRESS REPORT No. 28
Imagine for a moment that The Mother Church offices have already been moved to the new facilities in the Church Center. In the 26-story Administration Building, in the long Colonnade Building, and in the Publishing House some two thousand people are engaged in church work, the essence of which is communication of healing ideas to uplift and help mankind.
Of course, successful communication begins at home. The people at headquarters share information, advice, and recommendations. They consult with each other so that right decisions can be made and constructive actions taken. Items flow from office to office. Translated letters, layouts for ads and pamphlets, current magazine articles, legal briefs, and memorandums must move with dispatch.
Do You Live in a Ghetto?
KIMMIS HARTLEY HENDRICK
True Heredity Is from God
ANNA HARPER REID
Seeing God's Children
JOHN B. WEBB
Man's Place Is Already Established
LOUISE E. TAUBERT
Why Do We Not Covet?
MARJORY S. M. CERN
What Work Is Most Needed?
LOUISE B. WOODS
Mildred Kendall Snyder
Helen Wood Bauman
Unhampered by Crowds
Alan A. Aylwin
Christian Science came into my life when my husband and I...
Hattie M. Noga with contributions from Stanley B. Noga
It is with great joy that I bear witness to the healing power of...
David Haughton with contributions from Dorothy Mary Haughton
My grandmother proved that Christian Science heals when her...
Nancy Elisabeth Cooper with contributions from Elizabeth G. Hudspeth
How does one begin to express gratitude for the great blessing of...
Elizabeth G. Hudspeth
When I was a teen-ager, a friend of my mother introduced her...
Maxine H. Moore
Several years ago I had been having many painful earaches
Colette Ane Hyde with contributions from Amaryllis Hyde
RADIO PROGRAM NO. 359 - Communicating with the Younger Generation
Theodore Clapp with contributions from Jerome Franke
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Archibald W. Lyon