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During the 1972 Winter Olympics in Sapporo, Japan, Christian Science services will be held in English at the Sapporo Grand Hotel as follows: Sunday, February 6, and Sunday, February 13
—Morning service at 11
Wednesday, February 9
—Testimony meeting at 7.30 p.m.
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"Now is the time"
GEORGE W. LEDBETTER
Man Never Declines
OLIVE HALL SHADGETT
The Nature of Energy
ERNEST H. LYONS, JR.
"The labour we delight in"
ENID SAUNDERS CANDLIN
Man Is Never Deprived
ANEETA H. PETERSON
Can You Talk with God?
BARBARA EMILY PHILLIPS
The Sparrow in the Road
MELINDA J. WALLS
Althea Brooks Hollenbeck
Healing—A Matter of Law
Carl J. Welz
Assurance of God's Nearness
Alan A. Aylwin
When I read the testimonies in the Christian Science periodicals...
Frieda Stübe-Kindermann with contributions from Esther Glardon-Stübe
As I have had the privilege throughout some years to read and to. . .
Hilda H. de Unger
Through the study of Christian Science I have been blessed beyond...
Dorothy M. Manton with contributions from Laurence Backhouse
Several years ago I had an experience which graphically showed...
Lawrence T. Campbell with contributions from Gloria D. Campbell
FROM A HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT:
KATHY ELIZABETH GYGAX